Shiga Kogen is a popular ski destination featuring 18 ski resorts, and the Shiga Kogen Central Ski Area is made up of 13 of those resorts. This area is the closest to Shibu Onsen and Yudanaka Onsen as well as the popular Snow Monkey Park, and it’s the gateway to Shiga Kogen.
The Shiga Kogen Cent… Read More
Many people visit the Hakuba Valley in search of some of Japan’s and the world’s finest powder snow. Hakuba Norikura Onsen Ski Resort, nestled among the rugged mountains at the northern end of the Valley, is well known for providing all the powder a freak could ever hope for in addition to … Read More
You get to virtually wake up and step onto the snow when you stay at Espoir Misawa in Nagano. Located facing Hakuba Valley’s Tsugaike Kogen ski resort and just 20 minutes from JR Hakuba station by bus, this ski-in & out accommodation provides ultimate convenience. There are both western and Jap… Read More
Hakuba continues to be one of the most popular snow holiday destinations in Japan and even the world. With that comes massive crowds in need of accommodation, but Meteor is prepared of every and any kind of guest.
Meteor & Brownie is run by a friendly local family and staff, and they look af… Read More
During your holiday Hakuba, you will surely be partaking in all kinds of activities. To ensure you are well energised, you will need some food supplies.
The Big Hakuba is a supermarket in Hakuba that can supply you with all of your day-to-day needs from food to basic lifestyle goods at highly di… Read More
Hakuba Lion Adventure is a biggest outdoor activity tour company in Hakuba that will help you experience all of the above and so many more activities. To ensure a safe and reliable adventure in Hakuba ‘s wildness. Get Hakuba Lion Adventure’s expert adventures guide you.
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Count on A･Coop Hakuba to provide you with fresh and delicious produce from local and neighbouring suppliers. You can find anything from fruit, veggies and meat – all locally grown as well as other day-to-day goods at the store.
6398-1 Hokujo, Hakuba-mura, Nagano
Phone: +81-261-7… Read More
Kokuya Hotel Nagano is not only a prominent part of the traditional Japanese village of Shibu Onsen, it’s also a gateway into real Japan. Surrounded by mountains, either lush green or brilliant white, depending on the time of year you visit, Shibu Onsen has been a destination for people in … Read More
The Nagano Snow Shuttle is the largest snow bus transfer operator in the central Japan region, with 6 return runs per day from both of Tokyo’s International Airports (4 to Narita, and 2 to Haneda), and includes all the major ski resorts in the Nagano Area (Hakuba Valley, Nozawa Onsen, Shiga Kog… Read More
Rainbow Rental is a Ski and Snowboard rental store which located in Echoland- one of the hottest spots in Hakuba. Stocked with all of the latest models in great conditions, you can depend on Rainbow rental to assist you with any of your Ski and Snowboard equipment need, Bilingual staffs are welcomi… Read More
Ryokan Sakaya and Ryokan Jonnobi await those craving to experience a traditional Japanese inn, with outstanding service ratings and an unmatched charm, the Ryokan Sakaya is award winning, Word Ski Awards Winner 2013 Japan's Best Ski Boutique Hotel, and rightfully so. However both Ryokan Sakaya … Read More
Suminoyu is located in the historic town of Shibu Onsen. Shibu Onsen is known for its nostalgic townscape with stone paved streets alive with friendly locals.
The town is also known for its many hot springs and Suminoyu is one of the oldest establishments here. The accommodation is a traditional… Read More
Okushiga Kogen Ski Resort is located within the Jōshin'etsu-kōgen National Park. There are nine courses with a good spread of terrain for all kinds of skiers and snowboarders, a Free Line Park and a kids park - as well as acres upon acres of backcountry skiing.
The best time to visit would b… Read More
Chisun Grand Nagano is a modern hotel that is located just a short stroll away from Nagano station.
Chisun Grand Nagano strives to provide ultimate comfort for its guests not only through their service but with thoughtful design and amenities.
Their breakfast buffet is particularly popular wi… Read More
Owing to its enviously diverse slopes of icing sugar “Madapow”, Madarao Mountain Resort is a true treasure. Madarao is within 2.5 hours’ reach from Tokyo, with a comfortable bullet train ride to Iiyama Station followed by a short shuttle bus. It’s here skiers and boarders find 31 unique courses wit… Read More
“A fantastic hotel set amidst the snowy peaks of Hakuba. Just as outstanding as the food is the passion of owner Ryo Nishino, and the character of his staff!” – Endorsement from Iron Chef French Hiroyuki Sakai
This ‘auberge’ style hotel and restaurant, Traumerei will transport you from Hakuba to… Read More
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