By now you would have heard of the super dry powder at Niseko – which is so superb that it attracts world-class athletes like Olympic bronze medallist Jenny Jones and Japanese snowboarder Yuka Fujimori, who had a ball in the powder while staying at Ki Niseko earlier this season – but believe it or … Read More
If you haven’t tried the super fine powder at Niseko yet, now’s the time! Summer’s barely started, and we’ve already had a few scorchers here down under. Australia is looking set to have a stinking hot summer (again), but just a little way over the water in Japan – where the skiing is AMAZING – it’… Read More
Pioneering powder resort with historic hot springs
Nozawa Onsen has depth as a snow holiday destination in more ways than one. The first things that come to mind for skiers and snowboarders are its average 12-metre snowfall every year, and snow pack exceeding five metres in the highest sections … Read More
Once you’ve been, you’ll never get enough…
Of all the reasons to visit Niseko on a snow holiday, the most important one is, has and always will be one thing: powder, and lots of it.
The powder which comes with cold winds all the way from Russia is served fine, dry and in bulk from November to… Read More
Adventure, admire and appreciate:
There’s an exquisite mixture of liveliness and calmness that fills the air of Okinawa; is it the subtropical atmosphere and climate? Is it the rich and vibrant marine life? Is it the mystical jungles or the historical World Heritage sites?
Whatever it is, Jap… Read More
Japan has astonishing depth as a travel destination, showcasing everything from futuristic cities to secluded temples, famously fine and dry powder snow, and brilliant coral reefs. To help you truly experience everything Japan has to offer, here is a guide to some basic tips that will ensure that y… Read More
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