旅行者って英語でなんて言うの?

日本に来る旅行者は年々増加している、と意見を述べたい。
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sakiさん
2019/06/11 00:38
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  • Tourist

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  • The number of tourists who visit Japan is increasing year by year.

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(1)Tourist
「旅行者(単数形)」
実際の文章ではTourists(複数形)で使われることが多いです。

(2)The number of tourists who visit Japan is increasing year by year.
「日本を訪れる旅行者は年々増加している。」

The number of ~「~の数」、
The number of tourists who visit Japan「日本を訪れる旅行者」、
increasing「増加している」(反対に、「減少している」はdecreasingといいます)、
year by year「年々」という意味です。
Kanako A DMM英会話講師
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  • An increasing number of holidaymakers from abroad have been visiting Japan recently.

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  • Japan has become a popular hotspot for international vacationers.

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An increasing number of holidaymakers have been visiting Japan
recently. This means that Japan has become a popular sightseeing
choice for visitors from abroad. Holidaymaker is also
a synonym for a tourist.

Japan has become a hotspot for international vacationers.
A hotspot is a popular place for enjoyment and entertainment.
More and more international travelers are choosing Japan
as their holiday destination.
An increasing number of holidaymakers have been visiting Japan recently.
(増加している旅行者は、最近日本を訪れている。)

これは、日本が海外旅行の人気の場所になってきているということです。

Holidaymakerは、touristの類義語です。
 
Japan has become a hotspot for international vacationers.
(日本は、世界中の旅行者に人気の場所になった。)

A hotspot は、娯楽などを楽しむ人気のある場所のことです。さらに多くの外国人観光客が日本に旅行にやってきています。
as their holiday destination.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • Tourists

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  • Travelers

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  • Visitors

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People that usually visit a place for a short period are usually called "tourists", "travelers" or "visitors". To explain that there has been an increase in tourists in Japan each year, you may use the terms in the following ways:
-There has been an increase each year in the number of tourists in Japan
-The number of travelers coming to Japan has been increasing every year
-There has been a steady increase with each year in the number of foreign visitors in Japan
旅行者のことを "tourists", "travelers" や"visitors"と言います。以下は、日本の観光客が毎年増えていることを伝えるフレーズです。

-There has been an increase each year in the number of tourists in Japan
(日本の観光客の数は毎年増えている。)

-The number of travelers coming to Japan has been increasing every year
(日本に来る観光客の数は、年々増えている。)

-There has been a steady increase with each year in the number of foreign visitors in Japan
(日本の外国人旅行者の数は毎年確実に増えている。)
Aiden J DMM英会話講師
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  • "Tourist"

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  • "Traveller"

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  • "Foreign visitor"

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People who are travelling (I.e sightseeing in a foreign country) are most commonly referred to as tourists, travellers or foreign visitors. To explain that every year the number of people travelling to Japan has been increasing, you could simply state the number of tourists to Japan has been increasing every year.
外国に旅行など、旅行する人のことを tourists, travellers や foreign visitorsと言います。

日本に来る観光客の数が年々増えていることを伝えるには、 the number of tourists to Japan has been increasing every year.と言います。
Emmi B DMM英会話講師
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  • Every year, Japan has an increasing amount of visitors from all the world.

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  • Many backpackers have been making their way to Japan every year.

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  • Every year, more and more travelers make their way to Japan.

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Some countries are very popular travel destinations for different reasons.
Some countries have special animals, scenery or natural resources that can't be found anywhere else.
Japan is a very popular destination, Mt Fuji is very popular, it is the highest volcano in Japan.

"Many people love to holiday in Japan, there are many beautiful places there to see."
"Japan has many visitors every year."
様々な理由で、とても人気のある観光地がある国があります。他では見つけることのできない独特の動物だったり、景色、自然だったりします。

日本は、とても人気のある場所です。富士山はとても人気があり、日本で最も高い火山です。
 
"Many people love to holiday in Japan, there are many beautiful places there to see."
(多くの人が日本に旅行に来るのが大好きです。たくさんの美しい場所があるからです。)

"Japan has many visitors every year."
(日本には毎年多くの観光客が来ます。)
Tiyani DMM英会話講師
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  • The number of sightseers in Japan has increased year on year.

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  • The foreign tourists in Japan increases every year.

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  • The number of foreign visitors coming to Japan for a holiday has increased every year.

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You can say this in quite a few different ways.
You can describe the individuals (the people) as tourists, sightseers, travellers, foreign visitors, holidaymakers, traveller, globetrotter, backpacker etc.

You can change the structure of the sentence to start with the tourists or to start with Japan e.g.
Japan sees an increase in sightseers year on year.
The number of sightseers in Japan has increased year on year.

When we use the phrase 'year on year' we mean we are comparing the figures it to previous years.

e.g. the number of visitors is larger this year compared to last year - it is easier to say year on year

:)
これはいろいろな言い方ができます。
「旅行者」は、
"tourists"(観光客)
"sightseers"(観光客)
"travellers"(旅行者)
"foreign visitors"(外国人観光客)
"holidaymakers"(行楽客)
"globetrotter"(世界を旅する人)
"backpacker"(バックパッカー)
などと表すことができます。


文は「旅行者」から始めることも「日本」から始めることもできます。
例:
Japan sees an increase in sightseers year on year.(日本を訪れる観光客は年々増加している)
The number of sightseers in Japan has increased year on year.(日本を訪れる観光客は年々増加している)

"year on year" は「前年に比べて」という意味です。

例えば、
The number of visitors is larger this year compared to last year(今年は観光客の数が去年よりも多い)
"year on year" と言う方が簡単ですね。
Jane G DMM英会話講師
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  • tourism in Japan has increased yearly.

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  • The tourism industry is booming in Japan.

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  • Tourists continually visit Japan and the number of yearly visitors is increasing.

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When referring to tourists in general, especially tourists visiting a country, we generally refer to the tourism industry.This way it is a little more formal.
観光客、特に外国人観光客を漠然と指す場合、「観光産業」が引き合いに出されることが多いです。この言い方は少しフォーマルです。
Parker DMM英会話講師
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