Japan means three things – Powder, powder and powder! Venture East when seeking the fluffy white stuff and you will be rewarded with amazing conditions, exotic location and heaps of culture.
For those that love powder, Niseko Japan is the number one pick for a ski holiday because it seems to constantly snow, and the deep, deep powder is way too enticing. Niseko the snow factory is one big powder playground!
Skiing was introduced to Nozawa Onsen in 1912 by an Austrian, and is considered to be the birthplace of skiing in Japan.
Nozawa Onsen is one of the most popular ski resorts in Japan for international travellers due to its diversity of terrain, abundance of snow, the lovely traditional village – famous for the abundance of hot springs that were discovered in the 8th century.
Located on the island of Hokkaido, Rusutsu is made up of 3 mountains interconnected by gondolas. Rusutsu is a heaven for powder lovers receiving over 14 meters of snow annually, if you like deep, light powder snow Rusutsu could be the perfect destination.