U.S., March 16 -- Japan is continuing its interest and involvement in the Indian tourism field and expects to fund more projects to boost the infrastructure, especially in the Buddhist circuit.

In the past, the country did a lot in the popular Bodhgaya region, and later in Ajanta Ellora where the caves and art are a major draw.

Katsuo Matsumoto, chief representative of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), told this correspondent in New Delhi on March 15 that Jharkhand state may be the next area where Japan could help in development. He said details were being waited on from the State.

The JICA chief spoke at the seminar on "India-Japan Partnership for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals," organized by the Indian Counc...