Monday, September 16, 2019

Winter Sports

Gear tips, recommended ski resorts and must-go slopes throughout Japan.

Skiing on the slopes of Mt. Fuji

The ultimate Japanese winter experience It's hard to imagine a better way to experience the Japanese winter than to slide down the slopes of Japan's most iconic and sacred mountain, Mt. Fuji. Located at an...

Winter Activities in Tohoku : Snow Activities

Gliding over or schussing through high-quality powder is the ultimate delight for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Tohoku, just a few hours away from Tokyo by shinkansen (bullet train), is the perfect...

Overnight trip from Tokyo- (1) Countryside Gunma and Snow Country Niigata

Countryside Gunma & Snow country Niigata If you've been to Japan many times, chances are you've explored almost every corner of Tokyo and wondering where else can you go. In fact, there are many attractive sightseeing...

Ski in Japan: Resorts Near Tokyo

  Here are our picks for slopes near Tokyo that will give you a satisfyingly ski-filled day trip and still leave you time to head back to Tokyo in the evening in time to watch the city light up. Snowtown Yeti (Shizuoka...

Furano Ski Area

Blessed with the lightest and driest snow in Hokkaido, as well as great view of the Daisetsuzan Mountains, the Furano Ski Area attracts all levels of skiers in winter. Situated in the center of Hokkaido,...

7 Great Winter Activities in Northern Tohoku

1. Get sporty Winter in Northern Tohoku is a paradise for those who enjoy winter sports. Majestic mountain ranges carpeted in fresh powder snow provide a number of great ski hills all over the region....

Ski in Japan: Top 5 Central Japan Resorts

Within just 3 hours of Central Japan, you can find slopes to suit any ski level, not to mention a great selection of spas. Our top four picks take you high, where trees freeze into "ice...

Niseko Ski Resorts

Being called as the "St. Moritz of the Orient", Niseko has about 100 years of history as a ski town. The perfect powder snow and its long ski season which lasts until early May have...

Ski in Japan: Top 3 Hokkaido Resorts

While crisp gold and red leaves are still falling across Tokyo, it won't be long until Japan's peaks are powdered with fluffy white snow. And with the ski season starting as early as mid-November in...