The graphs compare the proportion of Japanese who travelled the oversea and allotment of Australia in tourist market of Japan during a period of 10 years, from 1995 to 1995.
Overall, while the number of tourists experienced a dramatic increase throughout the period, the percentage of people who visited Australia also climbed slightly over the 10 years as well.
In 1985, the number of Japanese who travelled abroad were less than 5 million. However, there had been a noticeable rise to more than 10 million in the proportion of Japanese tourists by 1990. Likewise, after travelers saw a bit decline, the number of travelers started to go on and reached a peak of more than 15 million at the end of the period.
Regarding the percentage of people who visited Australia increase rapidly from just 2% in 1985 to approximately 5% in 1989. Nonetheless, the figure dropped to almost 4% during a year, and it had jumped to 6% by 1995. (161)