Not many of your typical British holiday makers would assume that Japan is a world class location to visit for your annual snow fix, would they? Well Loveskiing are going to get straight to the point… if you love powder, love reliable snow, love friendly hosts, then Japan is worth a look. In some of the resorts annual average snowfall can be in excess of 13 meters. Compare that with the European Alps where an average resort receives 4 meters. If you like relaxing then natural ‘onsen’ hot springs can be found and are open to soak in after a hard day on the Japanese Alps. Keep reading our individual resort reviews to gain a sense of what a winter holiday to Japan is all about.
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Hakuba: A small town in the midst of a massive ski valley of the Nagano Prefercture. The town is located 300km NW of Tokyo in the heart of the Japanese Northern Alps. The valley incorporates 7 ski areas with 10 ski resorts totalling over 200 runs. The village…