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Hakuba Cortina Snow Resort

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“Get your share of the biggest powder dumps in Hakuba!” Hakuba Cortina Snow Resort boasts a gigantic natural bowl, which enjoys Hakuba’s biggest powder dumps each season. Just add its liberal off-piste policy, and you have a serving of powder heaven complete with tree runs on the side! Cortina… Read More

Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field

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“…an uninterrupted panorama of the Northern Alps…” Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field is hidden behind a highway and a gondola station, leading some to assume that it's small potatoes. However that preconception is soon dispelled as they arrive at the centre of a 360º panorama that take in the Northe… Read More

Hakuba Happo-One

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“…one of the Hakuba Valley’s pioneering ski resorts…” 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 plenty of excellent-quality powder, is one o… Read More

Hakuba 47 Mountain Sports Park

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“Non-stop fun at one of Hakuba's youngest resorts” A distincitvely Gen Y resort in comparison to the many baby boomers in the Hakuba Valley, Hakuba 47 was born in 1990 but has since risen to prominence as one of the valley’s premier all-season resorts. Its winter scenery is nothing short o… Read More

Hakuba Goryu

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“…incredible views of the the Japanese Alps…” Hakuba Goryu has an ideal balance of courses, from those that will see you instinctively asking yourself whether your life insurance policy is up to date before you drop in, to mellow kids parks, and everything in between. Starting from the to… Read More

HAKUBA VALLEY

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Gold medal-winning powder The Hakuba Valley is where it all went down during the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics; medals were hotly contested, but at the end of the day, everyone that experienced the kiss of its powder and the excitement of its curves was a winner. And it was all just another chap… Read More

KOKUYA’S SPECIAL CHANCE LUCKY DIP!

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location.href = '/kokuyas-special-chance-lucky-dip/'; Shibu Onsen is a small, hot-spring district town in Nagano Prefecture that opens up behind a curtain of stream, revealing traditions and architecture of years passed still standing tall and proud. This town was discovered 1,300 years ago by a … Read More

Family fun in Ishikawa’s Kaga area

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From to craft to cars, Kaga has a range of attractions ideally suited to family groups   Okashi-jo Kagahan & Nippon Origami Museum Okashi-jo Kagahan is one of the Kaga area's most well-established traditional sweet makers, and with more than 300 types to choose from under the one ro… Read More

Short trips around Kanazawa

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Stay in Kanazawa to dig deeper and experience Ishikawa's diverse regional culture   Kaga Area Visit the Kaga area from Kanazawa for a full-bodied mix of local culture, hot springs and mountain scenery. Centred on the city of Kaga, an hour to the south of Kanazawa by train, it has six ma… Read More

Kanazawa culture in half a day

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Kanazawa's cultural riches make the city an incredibly rewarding day trip from Nagano or Tokyo Early: Hirokoji & Myoryuji Temple Now that the Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train has put Kanazawa just over an hour from Nagano, and only two and a half from Tokyo, Kanazawa's special castle town… Read More

The best of Kanazawa in a day

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From one of Japan's most beautiful gardens to modern art   Morning: Kanazawa Station, Omi-cho Market Even before setting foot in Kanazawa's cultural heritage area, gold leaf greets visitors to the city with a shine on the bullet train platforms of Kanazawa Station. First priority? Fresh… Read More

Four must-see destinations in Kanazawa

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Kenrokuen Garden, Myoryuji Temple, Kanazawa Station & Omi-cho Market   Kenrokuen Garden Featuring an inspiring series of landscapes imbued with deep philosophy and spirituality, Kenrokuen Garden is an iconic part of Kanazawa's cultural heritage, and one of Japan's three most beautif… Read More

Kanazawa hands-on

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Connect with the city's living cultural heritage Try a hands-on creative workshop in Kanazawa for a more intimate insight into the city's cultural riches, and find out why it has been recognised as a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art. http://www.kanazawa-kankoukyoukai.or.jp/feature/taiken-prog… Read More

Kanazawa’s living cultural heritage

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Castle town charm, and gastronomic delight Kanazawa was founded amidst the storm of famine, rebellion and civil war that raged during sixteenth-century Japan, and richly matured as a castle town to become one of the most influential cities in the country. A patchwork of gently undulating plat… Read More

SHIBU ONSEN

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SHIBU ONSEN The neighbouring town to snow monkey park, full of charm and traditions Shibu Onsen is a small, hot-spring district town in Nagano Prefecture that opens up behind a curtain of steam, revealing traditions and architecture of years passed, still standing tall and proud. This town was… Read More

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