Niseko resort includes a 4 interconnecting ski resorts: Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Nisseko Village and Annupuri.
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Hakuba Valley includes 10 ski resorts: Happo One, Hakuba 47, Goryu, Iwatake, Tsugaike, Sanosaka, Minekata, Norikura, Jiigatake and Cortina. Find out more
Furano resort encompasses Furano and Kitanomine ski resorts.
Kiroro is a medium sized resort spread over two mountain peaks housing two ski in/out hotels.
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Hakuba's 3000 metre peaks and impressive terrain have earned the nickname 'the Japanese Alps'.
With superb Japanese and international restaurants, eating out is a highlight of any Hakuba trip.
Hakuba has countless traditional Japanese onsen, many of which offer spectacular mountain views.
Quiet runs offer a piste skiers dream. (Photo: Sanosaka Resort by JSE's Sarah Mulholland)
Hakuba Valley retains a traditional Japanese feel for a traditional cultural experience.
Hakuba offers a superb range of properties, from luxury apartments and chalets to traditional ryokan.
If you miss them on the piste, book a day trip to see Nagano's famous hot-spring bathing snow monkeys.
You can't beat Hakuba for steep, deep tree-runs! (Photo: Cortina Resort by JSE's Sarah Mulholland)
Hakuba Valley boasts 11 ski resorts providing extensive terrain, and runs to suit everyone!
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