A Memorable Travel around My Adopted Home Prefecture, Hokkaido

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    • lonesome_cowboy

    That’s wonderful!

  1. Touche. Solid arguments. Keep up the amazing spirit.

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      • lonesome_cowboy

      Thanks, Georgianna san. You have a good day, please!!

        • lonesome_cowboy

        You have a good day, too!

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    Thanks

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    • lonesome_cowboy

    Thanks for your comment.
    Yes, KOHOKU region in Japan is not so famous even in our country, still less for people in foreign countries.
    (Is that the reason why you said “Particular Topic”?)

    As you may think so, the current stagnancy of tourism due to COVID-19 may end soon, so guests from abroad must
    come back again to Japan and your country, and some of them may expect to visit somewhere other than before,
    such a “hidden spot” like KOHOKU.

    I have never been to your country up to now, but I hope to visit there, especially to Halong Bay.

    Thank you, and you have a good day,

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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    • lonesome_cowboy

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