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Niseko

Japan’s most famous ski resort is known for its incredible powder snow, spectacular back country skiing and the large number of foreign skiers who come to the resort town each winter, especially Australians. This influx of foreign skiers has made Niseko very accessible to English speakers and – compared with other ski resorts in Japan…

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Niseko Hilton Village

This luxury resort has something for everyone, from families seeking adventure to those dreaming of a rejuvenating retreat. Slip into the open hot springs beneath bright blue skies and verdant Mount Yotei, or slip off to the spa for some indulgent pampering. With the hotel’s own ski slopes right on the doorstep, the Hilton is…

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Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort

Located about 90 minutes from Shin-Chitose Airport, the Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort has 140 guest rooms designed to evoke regional architectural styles and offers upscale amenities and refined service. With ski-in, ski-out capability the Sheraton Hokkiado Kiroro Resort is ideal to enjoy a skiing holiday to the fullest.

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Skiing & Snowboarding in Honshu

Not far from Tokyo and Kyoto on Japan’s main island of Honshu, the steep slopes of the Japan Alps are blessed with heavy snow falls due to the wet air moving off the Sea of Japan. Although Hokkaido’s ski slopes are more famous for powder snow, there is plenty to be had without leaving Honshu….

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Skiing in Hokkaido

Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost major island, has both climate and mountains to rival Canada’s more famous ski slopes. Nestled in the very center of Hokkaido, the town of Furano is surrounded by mountains and has a six-month season lasting from late November to early May. Long time host to ski and snowboard world cups, Furano is…

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