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Have Some Winter Fun at the Newest Ski Resort in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan!

Enjoy the snow and the great outdoors by skiing at the newest ski resort in Japan this winter! There are currently 16 ski resorts in Hyogo Prefecture. After 14 years, the newest ski resort opened in December 2017 in the town of Kamikawa in the Kanzaki District – the Mineyama Kogen Resort White Peak! Check…

10 Things to Do in Niigata: Nature and Gourmet!

Niigata is a beautiful prefecture located at the center of the main island and facing the Nihon sea. It’s the prefecture which is the longest, lengthwise, in Japan. Niigata isn’t so popular as a tourist place for foreigners, and most people who visit the country won’t consider coming here. However, it has a lot of…

Take a Look at These 30 Charming Hotels in Hokkaido for a Relaxing Trip in 2018!

Hokkaido is the most northern of Japan’s four main islands and is a stunning place boasting natural beauty and unique experiences. With excellent ski and snowboard resorts such as in Niseko, Rusutsu, and Asahidake, impressive mountainous areas all over the island, and charming traditional towns such as Biei and Tsurui, this area of Japan is…

Here Are 7 Reasons Why Nagano Prefecture is a Great Place to Visit and Live!

Japan is a country that mixes tradition with futuristic innovation. Its rich culture, unique food, tourist hotspots, shrines, temples, and quirks make it a great choice for travelers. It is only a small country, but has many different kinds of landscapes such as mountains, beaches, forests, and even sand dunes, meaning that you’ll get a…

Passion for Adventure? Join these 3 Thrilling Activity Tours in Japan

Are you an outgoing person full of energy and passion for action? If so, then Outdoor Japan Adventures is offering several exciting tours that are sure to be right up your street. Whether your adventure level is beginner, moderate or advanced, you can choose from a variety of sporty activities to get you going. Many…

The Way to Enjoy Japan’s Winter on a Budget That Many Travelers Do Not Know Of

Japan is among travelers’ top choices of destination whether their main purpose is to sightsee, go shopping, or just simply relax and take a break. Aside from these reasons, many people also choose to go to the country to experience the cold temperatures of winter and to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. This…

Going for Snow Sports In Japan? Look no Further Than Niseko United!

Niseko is an Internationally recognized ski resort located in Hokkaido that is famous for the dry powder snow that falls here each winter. Mt. Niseko Annupuri (1308m) has 4 resorts that are in a collective called ‘Niseko United’. The collaboration between these resorts means that you can easily access all 4 resorts in one day…

Start Planning the Ultimate Snow Adventure at Niseko’s Award-Winning Ski Resort!

Nestled in the shadow of Mt. Yotei – Hokkaido’s answer to Mt. Fuji – lies a sleepy town called Niseko. Despite a modest population of 5,000, when winter hits, this unassuming agricultural paradise bursts into life, with ski and snowboard enthusiasts descending upon the shimmering landscape from all around the globe. Austria recently hosted the…

Skiing In Niseko: How to Choose the Right Lift Ticket for Your Holiday

Niseko Ski Resort is famous around the world for the light, dry and fluffy powder that falls each winter. It is now considered to be Japan’s only International Ski Resort with easy access to English speaking staff in almost every business and this has made it a very attractive ski holiday destination with International visitors.…

Snow Report for Japan’s Best Ski Resorts: 2015-2016 Season

Avid skiers and snowboarders may have been discouraged from taking their winter trips in Japan’s popular ski areas this season. The 2015-2016 season did not get off to a great start, as December 2015 looked to be the start of a record warm winter. The snow levels were not up to their usual heights and…
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