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Furano Ski Resort: Getting the Ultimate Powder Experience at Hokkaido's Famous Slopes!

Furano / Biei / Sounkyo Ski & Luncur Papan Salji

Furano Ski Resort is one of the premier pistes in Hokkaido. Thanks to the cold, dry winter air in Hokkaido, this area sees exceptional powder. Furano is especially cold in winter, with average temperatures even lower than in Sapporo, and you can enjoy it in a variety of ways! Here you will find useful information on ways to have fun when you go to the Furano Ski Resort.

From Nigiri to Oshizushi! 11 Types of Succulent Salmon Sushi in Japan

Sapporo / Chitose Sushi

Salmon sushi is a popular sushi which has found fans around the world, it is absolutely delicious with a flavor and fattiness which is most pleasing and is packed with omega-3 acids without being too rich or oily. It might seem like a kind of sushi which has been eaten in Japan since forever; after all it is such a taste explosion why wouldn’t it be?

Etika dan undang-undang trafik

Sapporo / Chitose Lawatan Lain-lain

Untuk menikmati pelancongan yang selamat dan seronok, undang-undang trafik perlulah diambil tahu.

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
  • Hakodate
  • Noboribetsu / Tasik Toya
  • Otaru
  • Sapporo / Chitose

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Anda boleh menikmati lebih banyak kandungan dengan menggunakan telefon pintar. Mari akses gunakan telefon pintar anda.https://livejapan.com/ms/in-hokkaido/