Hakuba Cortina Snow Resort enjoys the Hakuba Valley’s heaviest powder dumps, and impressive mountain views from its hot spring baths. A gigantic natural bowl lined with tree runs, the resort has a designated off-piste area that makes it a powder heaven. Family friendly slope-front a… Read More
POWDER AT THE FRONT DOOR
Tsugaike Kogen transforms from a highland oasis of colour in the off-season to a powder paradise in winter. One of the Hakuba Valley’s biggest resorts, the ten courses within its 196 hectares are connected by 20 lifts, and there is a good variety of convenient slope-fron… Read More
Enjoying a 360° panorama of the Northern Alps and Hakuba Basin, Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field has 26 courses down the 1,289-metre Mount Iwatake. Mountainside, the beginners’ area around the summit, is the place for mellow cruising with amazing scenery. The Hillside area follows a … Read More
Hakuba Happo-one is one of the Hakuba Valley’s pioneering ski resorts, with roots stretching back to the 1920s. Today it remains at the forefront of the development of snow sports in Japan, and with more than twelve metres of excellent quality powder a season, delivers a snow holi… Read More
AMAZING TERRAIN AND PARKS
A distinctively Gen Y resort in comparison to the many baby boomers in the Hakuba Valley, Hakuba 47 was born in 1990, and has since risen to prominence as one of the valley’s premier all-season resorts. Its winter scenery is nothing short of magical, with a skyline domi… Read More
ROOM FOR EVERYONE
Covered in the excellent powder snow of the Northern Japanese Alps, Hakuba Goryu is interconnected with Hakuba 47 next door, created a balanced total of 23 courses for all riders. Its Escal Plaza building is fully equipped with restaurants, rentals, and shops for snow gear and … Read More
For any transportation needs you may have during your holiday in Nozawa Onsen, call on Nozawa Onsen Kotsu to help you. This local transport company provides a taxi hire service with large cars for those with lots of gear, and they also provide transfer bus services between JR Iiyama station and Noz… Read More
The traditional village and world-class ski resort of Nozawa Onsen enjoys its fair share of the finest powder snow Japan has to offer and then some. In fact, Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort tends to keep redefining the meaning of “powder dump” in the eyes of Australian visitors. Around the 1,650-metre sum… Read More
Kagura Ski Resort is a three-in-one resort that covers the areas of Kagura, Mitsumata and Tashiro, not to mention its connection with Naeba Ski Resort via the 5 kilometre long Dragondola. The resort is known for its deep powder due to its high altitude, so it is no surprise that it’s frequented by … Read More
Naeba Ski Resort is a massive ski resort off 200 hectares with the experience of hosting the Alpine Ski World Cup. Within its huge field there are 22 courses as well as three types of kids parks and three gondolas operating. Naeba Ski Resort is a highly versatile ski resort that’s family friendly a… Read More
After a chilly day out on the slopes, there’s nothing better than feasting on a hot, spicy treat. Tsubara Tsubara is a warm, inviting restaurant, delivering the most delicious soup curries that you will ever taste. The restaurant cooks a variety of locally crafted Japanese dishes to cater for every… Read More
Japan’s streets embrace the ideals of the new and old, and Sakamoto is an unmissable Japanese restaurant best known for their delicious sushi and traditional izakaya. Expand your palate by adventuring through time with exquisite Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices.
Sakamoto appears as a hole-in-… Read More
Coto Bar provides the most authentic of Japanese food and beverages, owned and operated by the Japanese – so you know you’re in for a real treat. While they’re not fluent in English, their service is immaculate and their pricing is reasonable for any tourist.
Coto Bar serves Japanese home-style … Read More
Hokkaido Resort Liner is the largest ski bus operator in Hokkaido, comfortably transporting over 300,000 guests every winter. Travellers have the luxury of syncing their bus and flight networks, so that transport is convenient, and the network passes a range of hotels within Sapporo City, so guests… Read More
If you’re looking for a resort that offers pristine slopes and serene hot-springs that caters for all; for the grand adventurers, or those preferring to bask in the peaceful, placid way of life, look no further than Bliss Lodging.
Bliss Lodging is located on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, … Read More
A perfect marriage of modern architecture and traditional Japanese design creates a fabulous and peaceful atmosphere at Kurobe View Hotel. It’s located in hot springs area in Omachi, and is only 20 minutes by car to Hakuba.
Located at the entrance to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Omachi On… Read More
Hotel Keisui is a majestic hotel located in Oomachi, Nagano and is approximately 3 hours by train from Tokyo. The hotel provides Western and Japanese style accommodation, and you will love the rustic and natural appeal of the hotel.
Hotel Keisui has a variety of hot springs including 2 large com… Read More
Tangram Madarao Tokyu Resort is the perfect powdered resort located only 90-minutes from Nagano Station, and caters to everyone of all ages and levels between two beautiful hotels. Tangram Ski Circus boasts pure, high quality snow, perfect for beginners and expert skiers. With 15 courses to choose … Read More
Sangoro Onsen Lodge was made for those who believe in ‘more the merrier’! Sangoro Onsen Lodge in Zao Onsen, Yamagata, provides the dream accommodation for large groups travelling with 16 or more people.
This is a fully self-contained apartment block with 4 bedrooms, 16 futons (sleeps up to 25 pe… Read More
With three types of private open air hot spring baths, Jyurouzin, Ebisuten and Daikokuten on offer 24 hours a day freely, you can rest assured that you’ll get to relax to the max after hitting the slopes at Oohira Hotel.
Oohira Hotel offers both Western and Japanese style rooms (no smoking is al… Read More