Sustainable and responsible leisure and tourism space development in post-industrial cities: the case of OdaibaWaterfront City

Murayama, M. 2007. Sustainable and responsible leisure and tourism space development in post-industrial cities: the case of OdaibaWaterfront City. in: Smith, M.K. (ed.) Tourism, culture, and regeneration Wallingford ; Cambridge, MA, USA CABI Publishing. pp. 69-84

Chapter titleSustainable and responsible leisure and tourism space development in post-industrial cities: the case of OdaibaWaterfront City
AuthorsMurayama, M.
EditorsSmith, M.K.
Book titleTourism, culture, and regeneration
Page range69-84
Year2007
PublisherCABI Publishing
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationWallingford ; Cambridge, MA, USA
ISBN9781845931308

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