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Hotel taxes spread across Japan, as towns tap foreign visitors

Coastal and ski resort areas use revenue for infrastructure and tourism

Ski resort towns in Japan's Hokkaido Prefecture are among those considering a hotel accommodation tax.

TOKYO -- More Japanese municipalities look to introduce a tax on visitor stays at hotels and traditional ryokan inns, seeking to tap the growing number of foreign tourists.

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