Posts in Snow
Myoko Suginohara | Spring park shoot

Suginohara is one of three resorts that make up Myoko Kogen. That ski hill has a massive 1,124m vertical drop and the mountain receives up to 13m of snow per year. Also boasting one of Japans longest runs at 8.5km. From the top you can witness breathtaking views of Lake Nojiri, the surrounding mountains, and even Mt. Fuji on a clear day!

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Jigokudani Monkey Park

There is nowhere else in the world you will find monkeys enjoying a hot bath in the middle of the mountains. The Snow Monkeys live in Jigokudani (Hell's valley), at the foot of Shiga Highlands.

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Nozawa Onsen - Japans Original Ski Resort

Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort. Renowned for it's onsen since the Edo period, the village also played a significant role in the history of skiing in Japan. The village is located at the foot of Kenashi-yama with an altitude of 1650 meters surrounded by beautiful scenery.

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Buying Ski gear in Tokyo

With Tokyo being the main hub for international tourists arriving into Japan, there has been somewhat of a pilgrimage to explore the streets of Jimbocho and stock up on any necessary winter items before heading out to the slopes. Welcome to Yasakuni Dori AKA Sports shop street

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Gallery: A season in Niseko, Hokkaido

Spending a season in Japan most famous Ski resort. Known for its light powder snow and remarkable backcountry.

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Spend a season in Hokkaido

Hokkaido (北海道, Hokkaidō) is the second largest, northernmost and least developed of Japan's four main islands. Its weather is harsh in winter with lots of snowfall, below zero temperatures and frozen seas.

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