Hakuba Skiing News, Articles & Travel Tips

Japanese Culture and Travel Tips
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    Japan is an epic ski destination, but it’s also a chance for you to immerse yourself in the wonderfully interesting Japanese culture! That’s why it’s important that you know some customs so you can respect the local culture.   Bowing Bowing in Japan may be used as a greeting, introduction, show of respect read more…

Why skiing in Hakuba is the best Japanese snow experience
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Already shredded the slopes in Niseko and looking for another ski holiday in Japan? You should try skiing in Hakuba, which is known as the mountain for locals. This is a traditional Japanese area where green tea flows from a tap at your restaurant table and onsens (hot springs) are the best way to recover read more…

Why skiing in March is way better than you think!
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After a great winter in Australia, NZ and South America; Southern hemisphere snow season is slowly coming to an end and it’s now time to get ready for Northern hemisphere winter season that will start in 2 months. While most famous destinations such as Niseko, Hakuba, Whistler, Banff, Park City or Steamboat are almost fully read more…

Ski resorts’ season dates and snow reports – Japan and Europe

Snow is still falling in the northern hemisphere and the forecasts are looking good! Here are the opening dates for 2013-2014 winter season and current snow conditions for the Japanese and European ski resorts. Depending on future snowfalls, weather and magic snowmaking, some opening dates may vary. However, Europe has already received a layer of read more…

15 snowiest ski resorts to enjoy waist deep powder during your next ski holidays.

Have you ever asked yourself which place in the world receives the most snow? Or maybe you were just looking for a snow guaranteed destination for you next ski holidays? Look no further, we have put up a list of the 15 snowiest ski resorts in the world for you. This list is based on read more…