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We like to see Australians enjoying all that Japan has to offer. We're passionate about supporting exchange with Japan not only through travel, but also by welcoming Japanese culture into our lifestyles at here at home in Australia, which is what G'Day Japan! is all about.

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TAKUMI in Asahikawa

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A peek into the craftsmanship found in the city of Asahikawa, Hokkaido. Hokkaido is well known for its abundance in nature, and in the context of tourism, it is most famous for its snow destinations and its delicious produce. But there is another layer to Hokkaido that Australians are yet to … Read More

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Furano Natulux Hotel

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Furano Natulux Hotel is the perfect stay to relax and recuperate on your holiday. The hotel has designed their resort to balance nature with relaxation – it’s the getaway that every family and traveller needs – to unwind, take a step back and to ponder in the quiet, calm lifestyle this hotel has to… Read More

Kodamaya Sobadokoro

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If you’re looking for the best soba restaurant in Furano, Kodomaya Sobadokoro is the place to go. The restaurant is large, seating over one hundred people, and guests can choose between Western or Japanese style dining. The soba is made from two kinds of specially selected buckwheat flour, and t… Read More

Tsuru Apartments

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Tsuru Apartments is an affordable, non-smoking hotel located 300 metres from Furano Ski Resort, equipped with every facility one needs: a spacious room with a kitchen, free wi-fi, free on-site parking, plus ski passes and ski lesson services, so you can brush up on your skills before hitting the sl… Read More

Ryokan Sensyoen

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Ryokan Sensyoen is a modernised ryokan (Japanese style inn) that has been operating since the late 1930’s in Asahikawa, Hokkaido. There are two buildings that make up this lovely accommodation; the main building and the annex, which is a four-storey building. The whole property is design… Read More

Hotel Highland Furano

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Hotel Highland Furano is an incredible destination for all travellers and has an extensive range of services. The hotel caters to all, with Western and Japanese style rooms available, as well as accessibility rooms. Guests can dine at the restaurant with an amazing view of the surrounding land. … Read More

Kumagera

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Feast your appetite on Furano’s local Japanese cuisine from Kumagera restaurant – the perfect eatery catering to every tourist. Founded in 1980, Kumagera is famous for portraying the town of Furano through the ages. The name ‘Kumagera’, is also known as a black woodpecker, which is Furano’s native … Read More

Sapporo Ramen Daishin

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Founded in 1985, Sapporo Ramen Daishin celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2016, and has since opened in Kutchan! This restaurant has a lovely rustic interior like a cosy mountain cabin. Since its founding, the business has been passed on through the generations, recipes taught, adapted and beauti… Read More

Madarao Mountain Resort

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Owing to its enviously diverse slopes of icing sugar “Madapow”, Madarao Mountain Resort is a true treasure. Madarao is within 2.5 hours’ reach from Tokyo, with a comfortable bullet train ride to Iiyama Station followed by a short shuttle bus. It’s here skiers and boarders find 31 unique courses wit… Read More

Chalet Burlap Furanui

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Chalet Burlap Furanui is a friendly and charming hotel and a great choice for travelers looking for a ski holiday or a journey through nature on summer holidays! The hotel is located at Kitanomine, the north base of Mt. Furano-Nishi. It’s just 5-minute walk away from the nearest Kitanomine ski z… Read More

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TOKYO TOWER VS TOKYO SKYTREE

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Tokyo city is full of towering buildings, but did you know there are two rivalling towers there? Image via Klook Both Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree are free standing broadcasting towers. They are both quite tall and visitors can take a long elevat…Read More

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