Japanese island tells tourists to stop ‘farting’ while visiting

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JAPAN -- It draws over 5 million tourists a year, Hokkaido, Japan.

It's the northernmost island of Japan and is known for its beautiful seasons, hot springs and ski resorts. It's also known for its manners.  In fact, it's telling tourists to stop "farting" or as i like to call it "foofing" in public! The tourism board "ripped" into visitors in a  brochure.

And that's not all it covers etiquette wise.

Maggie's serving it up in today's helping of the Online Dish.