Ski Holidays in Japan



Japan is a very exotic ski holiday destination for UK skiers and snowboarders. Although the journey here is longer than to anywhere in Europe or North America, the overall experience is simply breathtaking. Japan is famed for its incredible snowfall and season-long perfect powder skiing. Ski holidays to Japan will suit adventurous travellers, those looking for a unique experience and if you're after ski bragging rights, it's hard to beat. A ski holiday in Japan doesn't come cheap, but if you have the budget for it then you should jump at the chance to experience this amazing country!
Planning Ski Holidays in Japan

Choosing a Resort for Your Ski Holiday in Japan

People are often surprised to read that Japan is home to over 1,000 separate ski areas dotted throughout the country. Whilst a lot of these are made up of just a handful of small lifts and a few pistes, Japan is also home to some world-class ski resorts which feature some of the world's most reliable powder fields and some excellent infrastructure. Niseko, enjoys over 14m snowfall per season on average, the slopes there usually receive at 30cm of fresh powder every single day in Winter - It is one of the best-known and most popular resorts in all of Japan, attracting skiers from around the world

For those after a family-oriented inclusive experience in Japan Club Med have also recently opened two luxury all-inclusive properties which follow the same formula as their hugely successful European ski product. Located in the resorts of Tomamu and Sahoro the whole family is catered for at these unique, luxury hotels.

Did I hear you say off-piste? Japan is legendary for up to 14 metres of fresh powder per season... You can ski fresh powder in the morning, head for lunch and find your tracks have disappeared. Need I say any more?
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Planning Ski Holidays in Japan

Choosing Accommodation for Your Ski Holiday in Japan

Japan is famed for its high standards of accommodation and service. As such, there aren't many "budget" places here.
 
Chalets and Self-Catering don't exist here, so you'll need a hotel which can be B&B or Half Board.
 
Quality and comfort levels start at 3* and range right up to the highest luxury 5* hotels in some of the most exclusive locations.
 
Another very popular choice in Japan is for people to extend their stay with a Tokyo city break either before or after their skiing. This is truly one megatropolis that you will want to explore forever!


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