Japan ski resorts
Japan has fast become one of the world’s top ski and snowboard destinations. Famous, for not only its super dry powder snow, but also it is classed as one of the top ski destinations for its consistent and reliable snowfalls combined with its unique culture and cuisine. In the 2017 International Traveller Magazine's Readers' Choice Awards, voters rated Japan as their #1 skiing destination.
DEEP POWDER Snow Holidays provide ski and snowboard holiday packages to the best of Japans ski resorts. Select your preferred resort and accommodation then contact us and we guarantee our prices are the best available.
Are you not sure when is the best time to travel? Our summary below may give you some guidance. Otherwise, our fully trained ski and snowboard travel professionals can help you decide where to go, where to stay and when to travel. All you need to do is pack your bag and look forward to a snow holiday of a lifetime.
Japan has it all, extraordinary culture, authentic history, divine cuisine and some of the world’s best powder snow. A ski & snowboard trip to Japan is so much more than just that. It is a chance to immerse yourself in the calmness and romance of ancient times, temples, shrines, geishas and breathtaking scenery. At the very same time, you'll find advanced technology, a booming economy with stylish, confident and modern cities. The deep, deep powder snow found in Japan, is just a bonus!
Book your trip of a lifetime to Japan now. Our team of travel professionals know all the postcard-perfect places, they can recommend outstanding dining options and most importantly they know where you’ll find the very best powder snow.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO TRAVEL TO JAPAN?
Is it that deep, deep powder snow that you are searching for, or perhaps do you really prefer those beautiful blue bird days, or are you just after a bargain? Click on the link for a guide to help you decide which months will truly give you the best snow holiday imaginable.
BEST SKI RESORTS IN JAPAN FOR FAMILIES
There’s lots to consider when planning your next family snow holiday. How quick and easy will the travel be? Will we be affected by jet lag? Will we face language barriers? Will ski schools cater well for my kids? Will the ski terrain suit adults and children? Will we be affected by altitude sickness? Are there après ski activities for families? How cold is too cold?