Casinos in Japan
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Casinos in Japan

Japan is one of the oldest countries in existence and many traditions and amusements date back to the Middle Ages or even several centuries before our era. For example, the samurai loved to play all kinds of games of chance and lotteries were very popular a few centuries ago. It was then that the first casinos appeared, and lists of debtors began to be kept. Many were even subsequently forced to sell themselves into slavery to pay off debts.

Now, of course, the situation has changed, and the old customs are long forgotten, but gambling itself continues to excite the minds of both locals and tourists. Japan itself is quite attractive for foreigners and casinos also enjoy considerable popularity.

Incidentally, until a few decades ago all gambling was strictly forbidden in the country. No, the nightlife did not stop because of this, but all the gambling establishments were forced to go underground. Now the authorities have realized that such business helps to attract tourists and thereby solidly replenishes the state budget. In addition, the experience of the United States and neighboring countries has not been in vain, now the online casino Japan are officially legalized.

Everyone can easily play blackjack, poker and other gambling in Japanese casinos. By the way, many recommended casinos operate on the Internet, so that European roulette online also available for a long time. Generally, Japan, among other things also one of the leaders in the field of technology, even the first slot machines appeared here, although at that time, and all this was under a strict ban. Best rated online casinos also bring income from players from all over the world, and the audience is increasing significantly, since computers, tablets and smartphones are almost everyone.

The Land of the Rising Sun on gambling, on the one hand has very strict rules and on the other hand lets it be, turning a blind eye. According to current law, the only games allowed to the Japanese are lotteries and betting on horse, bicycle and boat races.

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