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  • So here I am at this beautiful hotel, eating so much good food, relaxing and enjoying my own private onset.

  • And I got old distance to Japanese taxes.

  • Hey, guys, is May and I'm here to talk to you about taxes, that it sounds really daunting.

  • Don't be daunted.

  • It's actually.

  • When I was first told us about Japanese Texas, I was kind of excited.

  • I don't think that anywhere else in the world does taxes like this, so I'll give you a basic rundown.

  • When you file your taxes in Japan, they usually go towards the city that you're in, like and say, mate, with your country, I'm sure they usually go to the city that you are currently in.

  • In Japan, you can actually choose to donate or contribute your Texas to another city or premature or place, and you can actually decide what you want to donate them to, like whether it's education or environment.

  • If you really want to support another place in Japan, and rather than see that you're currently living in, it's a perfect way to do it.

  • The best part about it is you actually get a gift from the place that you donate your taxes to this Could be anything from, like the local fruit specialty.

  • Like the box pairs or or a slab of meet.

  • If it's famous for its beef or something, anything to a hotel stay.

  • So right now I'm in Fukushima, and I'm staying in a hotel with your own private onset.

  • And this is one of the rewards for donating your taxes to this, uh, this area.

  • So I'm gonna talk you guys through the process.

  • Uh, this is the people who live and work in Japan and actually do Texas stuff here.

  • If you don't, it's an interesting process of feel free to come along.

  • But if not, you can skip to the end of the video and just check out this amazing hotel, which is just I complete with places beautiful.

  • Let me talk you through the process so you can actually go through this whole process in English, which is really for May cause the deafening system could be a bit confusing sometimes.

  • So you go through this site called Food and Muddy.

  • So they're actually instructions on the side if you ever get lost with this whole thing, but you go to the site and you go to that calculator, you put in the estimated amount that you in the year and then use the calculated to see what your text deduction is gonna be.

  • And with that amount, you can go and see what gets your eligible for what gets.

  • You can afford that amount when you know how much you can afford to gift.

  • You can go in search on the Web site for different gifts by by searching by the type of gift by searching the area, searching by the course that you want to donate to.

  • And then you could just spend your time browsing through the different kinds of gifts and see what kind of things you're interested in.

  • If you can't quite afford the gift that you want, it's OK.

  • You can make up the rest of money yourselves.

  • You could do half something.

  • So after you've chosen the gift that you want and the place that you want to send it to you, just go ahead and you pay by credit card.

  • You originally had to pay for it yourself.

  • This is this is just how the system works.

  • You'd pay for it yourself, but then when you received the gift, you will actually get a receipt.

  • You keep the receipt and then you declare it is not use taxes.

  • It's just positive that use Texas.

  • And so then the next year, the cost of that gift will be deducted from your Texas.

  • So if you work as a freelance that you just get the receipt and send it in with your taxes.

  • If you work with a company, you'll be sent a form with your gift.

  • So if you live and work in Japan, I really recommend Check it out and just seeing how the system works, because I don't know if anywhere else in the world please other people in the world.

  • If there's a system like this in your country, please let me know, because I think this is so cool and interesting, like Texas for me, always such this thing of like, I don't know what I'm doing.

  • This is that it's such a stressful thing.

  • But if you include like a gift with it and you get to donate to like a good cause in a good area and you you know what it's going to, what it's like, it just makes the whole system so much more fun and interesting and high.

  • If you actually get to say a place like this, it's like Thanks Japan.

  • I don't know.

  • It's just such a cool system.

  • I was ahead about else.

  • Important thing.

  • Almond put us up the nose.

  • A site.

  • They actually show you exactly how to fill out the form, even though the forms of Japanese they'll put all English instructions in.

  • So it's all in English.

  • It's also be easy.

  • Just go and check it out.

  • I'll be doing that this year.

  • I'm super excited.

  • For those of you who live in like in Japan, I heard that you could get this ago and just yeah, enjoy some local Japanese.

  • Gibson and yeah, have fun doing taxes, but once.

  • Okay, so that's all the taxes stuff out right now.

  • I want to show you this amazing hotel because, oh, like I can't believe you could get a night's stay here as like over a reward.

  • The field taxes, like donating your taxes.

  • It's just it's amazing.

  • It's such a beautiful place.

  • Anyway, I did it to a last night just as we came into the hotel in the evening s Oh, I'll show you that and then also into cut some some of the daytime kind of stuff because I had to do two loads of filming.

  • But yet also, the hotel's name is safe with They also leave a link for that in the description.

  • Doubly.

  • Because if they're not sponsoring this anything but they're amazing that give you guys come to figure she might should totally say All right, you made it.

  • Syria the tax talk.

  • He made it.

  • Welcome to the other side.

  • And now I'm going to show you the best hotel estate.

  • It's amazing.

  • I can actually wrap my head around it.

  • I'm just in the entrance way, which is much bigger than my old apartment.

  • Let me show you.

  • This colossal space was staying in.

  • Okay, so we're just gonna have stuff over here, but his eye You, me and ivy.

  • Hello, But we're just about to eat dinner on this massive table.

  • I cannot wait.

  • I'm so hungry.

  • But here we have our private massage.

  • Normally it on.

  • Send himself, even at airports you have to pay and another like 200 yen to uses.

  • But you can just We could just use it.

  • I've never had that luxury in my life.

  • I used to go in the onset.

  • Yeah, So over here we have our own little kitchenette.

  • And you know how they normally give you instant coffee?

  • What?

  • You can actually grind your own beans at this place to get your little grinder out.

  • And this fridge is fully stocked with drinks, and B is a KKK.

  • Gail Shea, the onset area.

  • We have beginning really area.

  • After you finished your on set your hair dries.

  • Hi, this is me.

  • Oh, I got a stop eating so much, Raymond.

  • Yet Take it.

  • Because women that put in the labeling is totally fine.

  • And here there's my socks, by the way, actually, let's see if we can zoom in on them and see the pattern.

  • If you can tell they autumn themed, you got leaves and ginkgo leaves and sweet potatoes.

  • Okay, so you've got your own little private area to wash.

  • Usually a nonsense you need to fully scrappy Abad.

  • So you've been given its different soaps, and you just it's not like a full shower like Western as we like to just turn on the shower and just leave it going.

  • But you put a bit of water on scrub scrub, scrub Coming somewhat against us on this.

  • And so after you all scrubbed.

  • Oh, never see this.

  • It's so cold outside, but way got a Oh, she mojo.

  • You are cold place.

  • Here is your in private unsent steam is just fully coming off this.

  • Look at that.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • It's actually beautifully highlighting the autumn leaves.

  • Now, something very interesting is that little water area done.

  • That is a mart filled with beautiful koi fish.

  • And the UN send runs directly into that river.

  • Also, it snowed before so the snow next to the uncertain, which is something I've always dreamed of doing.

  • Look at that.

  • You aren't personal, Private, insane with snow.

  • It's just so beautiful.

  • And I can't wait to get a night light.

  • I'm so excited who?

  • Okay, I think I'm gonna head back inside.

  • Okay, so in here is where we're sleeping tonight.

  • Look A that's so fluffy that, like three giant marshmallows lined up, ready to accept the human.

  • What, that kind of bizarre wedding getting in there or in the having decided which one I'm sleeping in yet, But yet we have beautiful food dawns on beautiful to tummy and it's just Oh, fruity, fruity, fruity, fruity.

  • What?

  • This is It's so beautiful.

  • We've been given this bottle of me, Hans.

  • You this whole but ALS I don't know if we could way might die tonight.

  • I'm sure happy.

  • Okay, I've eaten, I think pretty much old as much as I can handle.

  • That was so delicious.

  • And now we're getting so we have chestnut ice cream and a freights.

  • We've got melon apple on a little piece of cake.

  • Okay, I have to sleep.

  • I'll see you guys in the morning by Yeah, is out on set.

  • And the view from it.

  • We got koi fish down there.

  • Displays its orbit.

  • Your ask.

  • I can't believe it.

  • Thanks.

  • Japanese taxes.

  • I'm not naked guys.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • If you enjoyed this video, please give it thumbs that Leave it confidently.

  • Hit this guy.

  • You want to see more videos like this?

  • Not like this because, uh, last very different sometimes staying in amazing places sometimes.

  • Just do my homework.

  • You never know.

  • Anyway, thanks to watching.

So here I am at this beautiful hotel, eating so much good food, relaxing and enjoying my own private onset.

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