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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.…

Spa Safro: A Comfortable Capsule Hotel and Onsen in Sapporo’s Susukino District!

Capsule hotels are a uniquely Japanese accommodation that everyone visiting Japan should experience at some point. The problem with being female is we, unfortunately, don’t have as many options as most are for men only. Sapporo’s Spa Safro was my choice for my first Capsule Hotel experience and it didn’t disappoint. Checking In As with…

Experience the Scenic Onsen at the Niseko Grand Hotel!

The Onsen experience is one not to missed by any tourist on a trip to Japan as it is a truly relaxing experience. Onsens are mainly segregated into Men’s and Women’s so it can be difficult to share this wonderful experience with your partner without hiring out a private onsen. But luckily there are a…

The Stay Sapporo: Convenient and Fun Accommodation on a Tight Budget!

Sapporo is increasingly becoming a popular destination for Japanese and international tourists and as a result, there are more and more budget accommodation options opening up across the city. The Stay Sapporo is considered Hokkaido’s largest guest house and is fairly new as it only opened in mid-2015 in a building that was converted from…

Noboribetsu Onsen: the Gateway to Hell in Hokkaido

Noboribetsu Onsen is one of Hokkaido’s most popular hot spring towns, less than 2 hours away from Sapporo. You can come just for the day, or, to get the full relaxing experience I would recommend at least a one-night stay. If you want to stay the night then there is a range of options for…