Graduate School of Business Administration,Department of Business Administration
KAMATA Hiromi
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  • Research Results
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Paper

1.Tourist destination residents' attitudes towards tourism during and after the COVID-19 pandemic
Current Issues in Tourism 2021 Academic journal
ISSN 1368-3500doi
2.The Meaning of Spa Tourism for Japanese
Asian Cultures and Contemporary Tourism pp.123-143 2018 Book
ISBN 978-981-10-7979-5doiLink
3.Characteristics of Tourist Segments -Their Motivation and the Lifestyle
4th World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitaity 2017 International conference proceedings
4.Tourists' Motivations and Repeater Segments in Japanese Spa Destinations
Driving Tourism through Creative Destinations and Activities pp.20-44 2017 Book
ISBN 9781522520160doi
5.What is the meaning of " Relaxation " for Japanese Spa Tourists?
Proceedings of Euro-CHRIE Conference 2016 International conference proceedings
6.Differentiating Between Okinawa and Hawaii Tourists -The Motivations of Japanese Tourists
Proceedings of The 2016 International Social Sciences Humanities and Education Research Conference in Zurich 2016 International conference proceedings
7.A Segmentation Analysis of Japanese Spa Tourists
Journal of Tourism & Services Vol.7,No.12,pp.20-37 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1804-5650Link
8.The Relationship between Motivation, Overall Satisfaction, and the Intention to Repeat in Segmented Tourist Groups: The Case of Japanese Spa Tourists(jointly worked)
Proceedings of 3rd World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality 2015 International conference proceedings
9.The Possibility of Creating a Support System for a Disaster-affected Tourist Destination
Proceedings of 4th Travel and Tourism Research Association, Asia-Pacific Chapter 2015 International conference proceedings
10.Japanese Wellbeing Tourists: Motivation Factors and Segments
Proceedings of 6th Advances in Tourism Marketing Conference pp.209-214 2015 International conference proceedings
11.Why Do They Choose A Spa Destination?: The Case of Japanese Tourists(jointly worked)
Tourism Economics Vol.21,No.2,pp.283-305 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 13548166doi
12.The Difference of Japanese Spa Tourists Motivation in Weekends and Weekdays(jointly worked)
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Vol.175,pp.210-218 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1877-0428doi
13.Why Do They Choose Spa Destination?: A Case of Japanese Spa Tourists(jointly worked)
Proceedings of Quantitative Approaches in Tourism Economics and Management 2014 International conference proceedings
14.A Comparison of Japanese Tourists Segmentation by Push Motivation at "Peak" and "Around the Peak"(jointly worked)
Proceedings of 2nd World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality 2013 International conference proceedings
15.Where do Spa tourists come from?: An Application of Huff Model to Japanese Spa Destination(jointly worked)
Proceedings of 44th Travel and Tourism Research Association 2013 International conference proceedings
16.Tourist Segmentation by the Motivation: A Case of Japanese Tourists(jointly worked)
Proceedings of 44th Travel and Tourism Research Association 2013 International conference proceedings
17.Evaluation of Japan as a Tourist Destination: Case of East Asian People Who Have Been to Japan(jointly worked)
The International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Vol.2,No.1,pp.80-95 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 2249-5037Link
18.How to Attract More Tourists?(jointly worked)
Tourism Review Vol.65,No.2,pp.28-40 2010 Academic journal
1660-5373doi

Other

1.The Role of Airport and Aviation Service in Tourism
THE JOURNAL OF AVIATION ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH Vol.21,pp.15-19 2017 Other
ISSN 1342-744XLink

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Residents' attitude toward tourism development --A case of Toyooka city
2020.12
2.The motivations of Taiwanese repeat visitors to Japan(International Tourism Conference Dubrovnik (ITCD))
2019.11Dubrovnik, Croatia
3.Characteristics of Tourist Segments -Their Motivation and the Lifestyle(4th World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality )
HERMES-IR
2017.12Rosen College of Hospitality Management, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, U.S.A.
4.What is the meaning of " Relaxation " for Japanese Spa Tourists?(Euro-CHRIE)
2016.10Budapest, Hungary
5.Differentiating Between Okinawa and Hawaii Tourists -The Motivations of Japanese Tourists(The 2016 International Social Sciences Humanities and Education Research Conference in Zurich)
2016.08Zurich, Switerland
6.The Relationship between Motivation, Overall Satisfaction, and the Intention to Repeat in Segmented Tourist Groups: The Case of Japanese Spa Tourists(3rd World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality)
2015.12Orlando, FL, U.S.A.
7.The Possibility of Creating a Support System for a Disaster-affected Tourist Destination(4th Travel and Tourism Research Association, Asia-Pacific Chapter)
2015.12Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
8.Japanese Wellbeing Tourists: Motivation Factors and Segments(6th Advances in Tourism Marketing Conference)
2015.09Joensuu, Finland
9.Why Do They Choose Spa Destination?―A Case of Japanese Spa Tourists(Quantitative Approaches in Tourism Economics and Management)
2014.05Narita, Chiba, Japan
10.A Comparison of Japanese Tourists Segmentation by Push Motivation at “Peak” and “Around the Peak”(2nd World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality)
2013.12Orlando, FL, U.S.A.

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.Inducing pro-environmental behavior in tourists for the sustainable development of Japan's tourism and hospitality industries
Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research, Fostering Joint International Research (B)2020-2024
2.
HERMES-IR
Scientific Research (C)2020-2022
3.
HERMES-IR
Young Scientists (B)2016-2018
4.
HERMES-IR
Young Scientists (B)2014-2015
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