Is Australia a boring country?
“Australia is boring” and “there’s nothing to do every day” – these are the words of a man from Japan I have heard many times from people. Some people got so fed up with it that they would say it at every turn, and I would say, “If it’s not fun, it’s not going to be fun. I’ve even said the harsh words, “Go back to Japan.
Even though there are many things I find inconvenient in this country, I honestly don’t think it’s particularly boring Mm. Australia is blessed with a warm climate all year round, and there is always a dazzling blue sky. You can see it. If you drive for about 30 minutes, you can see the beautiful White Sand Beach that you can only see in Okinawa in Japan. It stretches inexhaustibly below us. It’s not bad enough to just watch this all day long by myself, but on my day off, beer in hand, with friends. A barbecue, for example, would be enough for me to be content with that.
Still, if you compare it to Japan…
Here’s a thought. The words “no entertainment” and “boring” are not always said in a similar way to “inconvenient. ? I’ve always said that Australia is an inconvenience, but the word “inconvenience” has slipped to “boring” and I am based in Australia, and it is a good thing that I don’t have to Maybe it’s because we’re pressed, and we’re working and struggling every day to improve the inconvenience.
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Now, the theme of this issue, the entertainment business. A decade ago, life in Australia was quite simple, and the need for the entertainment business It didn’t happen. Because entertainment is something we only think about when we have some level of comfort in our lives, and the unemployment rate is 20%. I’m proud of the close numbers (?). In the 1990s, entertainment was unthinkable in Australia.
In recent years, however, Australia, unlike other countries, has enjoyed solid economic growth in the midst of the global economic downturn. I am. Thanks to economic growth, Australians have richer pockets and a taste for things like fish and chips. The trend has gone from bare bones to seeking better food, even if it’s a little more expensive. Australia, with a population of just 20 million, has a population of just 20 million, and according to one study, its people are in the food service industry. It’s also surprisingly the sixth largest amount of money dropped in the world.
However, while Australians, who originally had few entertainment options, were content with a good meal, this is not enough for the wealthy, mainly Asian, who have recently immigrated to Australia in large numbers.
Although not limited to the Japanese, Asians tend to prefer more artificial entertainment. Westerners spend all day laying out in the warm sunshine, reading and relaxing in the luxury of a holiday However, Asians are a bit impatient and are always willing to spend more time sightseeing than staying in one place. We prefer to cover all the famous places. Whether it’s the beautiful beaches, the majestic nature, or the new animals, such as the koala, you’ll be able to see it all again and again. That excitement seems to fade.
A friend of mine who works for the Australian Tourism Association said, “We’re seeing a lot of tourists from China right now. I’m visiting Australia, but in the not-too-distant future, I’ll be as bored with Australia as the Japanese are I was worried that the day would come when I’d be able to get rid of the problem in one fell swoop, and I thought I’d be able to get rid of the Japanese tourists. I gave her an earful, “I have a secret way to get it back. I’m surprised. “What is that? I replied to my friend who asked me. ‘Build Disneyland or Las Vegas and the problem is solved. It can attract tourists and promote employment. You’re killing two birds with one stone.” — My friend looked sullen. He too knows how much of an economic effect the measure has had. But it takes an eye-popping amount of money to get the rights and build a city, and unfortunately There doesn’t seem to be a budget for that much in Australia.
If you are a reader of this column, and you are a reader of this column, you have a fund and a big amusement. Are you planning to build a park or a casino city in Australia? It will cost you a huge amount of money, but I can assure you that you will get the benefits that are worth it.
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Aside from the entertainment business as much as the national project, let’s talk about something a little closer to home.
SEGA, which is famous for its game related business, has established something called “SEGA World” in Australia. It is an amusement park that is a bit bigger than a game center. However, Sega World ended up not being profitable and pulled out. I think the concept of this amusement park was a very good idea. The problem, however, was the equipment. I don’t care if you have an attractive array of equipment that can be found in Odaiba, Japan, or in the city. The equipment is not much different from a video arcade, and the prices are ridiculously high. This is not a good way to attract customers. Probably the same amusement park with all the latest attractions in Japan. If you recreate it here, you’ll have long lines of people waiting in line, something you rarely see in Australia. Ugh.
In addition to this, if you’re in a restaurant, there are places in Australia where the last order is until 9pm. There are many, but just extend it to about 2 a.m. or so and you’ll see your customers come in. Of course, it doesn’t make sense if it’s not in a residential area or something like that, but it has to be in the city or other downtown areas.
Also, the karaoke bars are not the tattered and crumbling walls in Japan. Turn it into a shop in a modern building like. It is always extremely difficult to create new entertainment from scratch, but we Japanese have been able to do it for years. We’re coming from a country that has more entertainment options than Australia does. I understand that this is a pastime that we don’t have in Australia and that we take for granted in Japan. Because we are Japanese, we have the advantage of being able to convert entertainment situations that we know because we are Japanese into business ideas.
The Chinese, Koreans and others have been quick to take what is popular in Japan and make a profit in Australia. The Japanese, who are the original Japanese, are behind. It’s about time we Japanese made a profit from our own culture instead of letting someone else take it away. We believe that it is time to indulge.