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Skiing in Rusutsu: Top 10 Ski Courses at Hokkaido's Iconic Resort

Niseko / Rusutsu Ski & Snowboarding

Skiing in Rusutsu offers you access to Rusutsu Resort, one of Japan's most famous and awarded ski areas. With three huge skiing areas across three mountains (West Mt., East Mt., and Mt. Isola), they have 37 courses with a total running distance of 42km - without a doubt, the largest in Hokkaido! Another unique feature about skiing in Rusutsu is the incredible powder snow - with 5% water content, it'll take your experience to another level. Plus, every night, skilled snow compaction professionals get to work to maintain the best ski slope conditions. Read on to see why skiing in Rusutsu is so exciting and unlike anywhere else you've experienced!

5 Places for Sapporo Ramen in Hiragishi, as Recommended by Local Ramen Connoisseurs

Sapporo / Chitose Ramen

The birthplace of Sapporo Ramen trends is not just in the central area of Sapporo City. In this article, we’ll be checking out the regular haunts of lovers of Sapporo ramen, with the spotlight on the fierce battleground that is the Hiragishi area. We’ll be finding out more about the shops you should visit from local ramen experts. The stores we will be introducing have measures against Covid-19 in place,

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Sapporo / Chitose Kunjungan Lainnya

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All You Need to Know About Japan's New Departure Tax that Started in 2019!

Sapporo / Chitose

Even though visitor numbers to Japan continue to grow year by year, we find that supporting infrastructure such as foreign language signage in hotels or commercial establishments leaves much to be desired. Very little is being done in the area of foreign language communication despite glaring inadequacies, and this is a major issue the country is trying to tackle. With the goal of turning Japan into a major tourist destination, and in order to be able to create a more comfortable environment for foreign visitors in view of current needs, the Japanese government has introduced an "international tourist tax" of 1,000 yen (about US$9) per departing person - also known as the departure tax. The tax will be levied from January 7, 2019 and applies to everyone leaving Japan - whether native Japanese or foreign visitor. However, this gives rise to some questions: Who exactly does this new tax apply to? How do I pay? What is the purpose of this new system? What will the tax be used for? If you're wondering about them yourself, wonder no more, because we have all the answers for you right in this article!

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  • Asahikawa
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  • Noboribetsu / Danau Toya
  • Otaru
  • Sapporo / Chitose

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