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Local authorities in Japan have drawn a line in the sand amid anger over a rise in graffiti by foreign tourists disfiguring its pristine coastal dunes. The prefectural government said it would erect more foreign-language signs urging visitors looking for the perfect Instagram memento not to vandalise the dunes, which cover a 16km stretch along the coast. Other graffiti have been erased by local officials and volunteers, the newspaper added.
The undulating dunes, which constantly change shape and reach heights of up to 50m, were formed over thousands of years by sand from a nearby river that was washed out into the sea and then deposited back along the coastline by ocean currents, according to japan-guide.
But the measure appears to have had little effect. The Mainichi said local officials would increase the number of warning signs in English, Chinese and Korean. Last year the number of visitors exceeded 30 million for the first time, with the government targeting 40 million in , when Tokyo hosts the summer Olympics, and 60 million a decade later.
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