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Japanese campsites draw crowds as people look to escape pandemic

By Takuya Okamoto

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Great thing to do - go camping. It's a great way to have fun while staying away from others.

But they need to remember to wear masks when they go into local stores and restaurants. Have seen a lot of no maskers here, many from nearby campsites.

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Campsite toilets and showers are the worst.

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We go camping almost on a weekly basis. There are some really nice spots, with clean facilities, and the "crowds" are civilised and spread across many hectares. Just don't go during long weekends, because all the badly behaved "camping first time in my life" bad mannered punks will come and run your holiday.

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really happy to see camping becoming more popular in Japan

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