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Ski Holidays In Japan

Japan offers one of the most amazing skiing experiences in the world. Renowned for waist-deep, dry and light powder snow; peaceful slopes offer fresh untracked runs throughout the day. Night skiing enables the adventure to continue until 9pm every evening on floodlit slopes. With high quality ski-in ski-out accommodation, excellent food and an interesting and lively nightlife, Japan is an exhilarating alternative to the 'normal' ski destination.


Ski Resorts In Japan

Hakuba | Niseko
With high quality ski in/out accommodation in Japan, excellent food and an interesting and lively nightlife to add to one of the best skiing experiences in the world; Japan is a superb alternative to your 'normal' ski destination. Skitracer features holidays to Japan’s main three ski resorts, Hakuba, Niseko and Rusutsu which all have a unique experience to offer.


Skiing In Hakuba

Hakuba is quite simply the skiing mecca of Japan. With 10 resorts and 200 runs (of which several have been used in the 1998 Winter Olympics) it is hard not to be impressed. Skiing Hakuba is not for the faint hearted with some of the most challenging terrain in the world. The local town offers an excellent mix of both Western and Japanese restaurants and bars to cater for everyone.


Skiing In Niseko

The Niseko mountain has four ski areas and three villages; Annupuri, Higashiyama and Grand Hirafu, connected at base level by a free shuttle bus. The Niseko and Rusutsu resorts benefit from consistent temperatures allowing them to retain excellent snow conditions and offer plenty of powder skiing. Apres-ski in Niseko is a fantastic and lively experience, with a huge variety of bars and restaurants.

Skiing In Rusutsu

Rusutsu is an exotic skiing destination off the beaten track with legendary snowfall. Massive quantities fall regularly in all three Hokkaido resorts, though Rusutsu lies further inland where temperatures are usually a little colder and the snow quality is often finer. Niseko and Rusutsu resorts both benefits from consistent temperatures, allowing them to retain excellent snow conditions and offer plenty of powder skiing for all abilities.


...amazing food! 
With delicious food like sushi, noodles and yakitori and excellent service, you can eat like a king and enjoy good value for money too. 

Our favourite ski-in ski-out hotel is the Green Leaf Hotel in Niseko which has just had an award-winning recent refurbishment. 


The Holiday Heroes' Top 3 Japanese properties are: 
- Hilton Niseko Village Hotel
- Hakuba Century Hotel
- Mominoki Hotel in Hakuba



...ski destination for the amazing powder, amazing food and totally different culture that we're not used to from a European ski holiday. Plus it's cheaper than ever to go there at the moment due to the exchange rate!

Best Selling Resorts In Japan!

Rusutsu, Japan

Combine phenomenal snow conditions with high hotel standards, renowned Japanese efficiency, service, excellent lift and transport systems, and Rusutsu becomes a 'must visit' ski resort. Skitracer's Holiday Heroes are on hand to help you plan your Japanese ski holiday today. [Read More]

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Niseko, Japan

The traditional Japanese resort of Niseko is an excellent choice for families and groups of friends looking for excellent value and bit of culture. Skitracer's Holiday Heroes are on hand to help you plan your next ski holiday to Japan. [Read More]

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Hakuba, Japan

The Hakuba ski area consists of 10 separate ski resorts and is otherwise known as the Japanese Alps. It is situated on the southern island of Honshu, just 1 hour and half from Tokyo. Speak to Skitracer today for their expert advice on planning Japanese ski holidays. [Read More]

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