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Japan’s southernmost ski resort plans to operate for another winter despite the continuing downtrend in guests.

Gokase Highland Ski & Snowboard in Miyazaki Prefecture managed to improve business performance by cutting costs last season, which ended March 5, but customers fell to an all-time low of around 32,000.

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