17 Oct 02:00 AM
Question about English (US)
Is "overtourism" English or Japanglish?
"overtourism" is used to mean that since too many tourists visit a single sightseeing spot as Kyoto in Japan, the whole city is incapable of dealing with them properly,causing many problems such as transportation and accomodations.
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