Abucha 2, gets ready for the winter
One of Niseko's favorite places to be, Abucha 2, will start accepting 2020-21 winter season online reservations from 6pm, August 1st, instead of September 1st as they used to annually.
Online reservation applicable period: December 1st 2020~March 31st 2021
To make a reservation please click HERE.
Abucha Beer Garden & BBQ
Also starting from next week, they will be holding a beer garden and a BBQ!
Period: July 21st~August 16th (Monday to be their closed day)
Venue: Parking lot of Suiboku (map HERE)
Do not forget to enjoy their take out service either!
Enjoy the underwater world of Hokkaido!
Among the seven towns and villages around Mt. Yotei under the jurisdiction of the Shiribeshi branch office, only Rankoshi-cho has a beautiful coastline (about 4 Km).
The town aims to promote the region by making the most out of the sea. "Shellfish Museum of Rankoshi" was built as one of the "Seaside Park Minato Concept" that promotes a new relationship with the sea and marine ecosystem.
Opened in 1991, this is a shellfish museum that displays fossil shells such as marine and land snails living worldwide and ammonites in Hokkaido.
The museum is open everyday in July and August. Please check HERE for more details and further schedules of the museum.
Shellfish Museum of Rankoshi *WEBSITE AVAILABLE IN JAPANESE ONLY
Welcome Back Tomo!
Tomo is happy to announce that they have begun their summer operation hours from this past Sunday.
Open hours: Lunch 12pm-2pm | Dinner 4pm-8pm
Items on the lunch/dinner menu are available for takeaway (some exclusions) and they also have a takeaway drink menu, both available for the whole day.
July operation hours are a bit shorter as they have reduced working days so they are open from:
Sunday-Wednesday (closed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday)
Here is the LINK to their full summer menu!
Email: [email protected]
At Niseko International Clinic (NIC), COVID-19 Antibody has become available on July 3rd.
Please check the details on the link HERE.
Niseko International Clinic
E-mail: [email protected]
While the globalization does not seem to cease, the number of foreign residents here in Hokkaido has been increasing each year and their population has been widely spread throughout the area.
Moreover, last April after the Enforcement of the Revised Immigration Control Act was released, we are expecting even more foreign residents.
With this in sight, in order to realize a multicultural society here in Hokkaido, it is imperative that we understand each our's cultures and our different life styles.
That being all said, Hokkaido Foreign Resident Support Center will hold 2 free consultations to welcome foreign residents with an open arm while providing them with the assistance they need in their everyday life in Japan.
For the PDF version of the flyer click HERE.
Hokkaido Foreign Resident Support Center
Email: [email protected]/ [email protected]
Do not forget, Hokkaido Foreign Resident Support Center also has a Facebook page too.