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Japan Resorts

Happo One, Hakuba, Nagano

Busier than other resorts in Hakuba on weekends. Offers a wide range for beginners to advanced. The biggest of all the resorts in the area. Unlike many other resorts, tree skiing is partially “tolerated.” As long as you don’t ski the closed areas, you should be fine with the ski patrol. All pics are „Earn […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Tsugaike, Hakuba, Nagano

Tsugaike is a massive beginner resort. The lower part of the mountain reminds me a lot of Northstar California. If you like groomers and flat runs a lot, this place is a must-see. The top part has some black runs. Tree skiing is officially not allowed at all and therefore we again played some […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Tomamu, Hokkaido

This review is based on a very brief visit at the resort.
Tomamu has a pretty unique way of allowing skiing pretty much where ever you like. If you intend to leave the well groomed runs you have to register at the base area and sign a form.

Basically you confirm that you know what you […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Togakushi, Nagano, Hakuba

This review is based on only an hour or two of skiing at this resort. One day during the 2010/2011 season we decided to go for a bit of an exploration day and ski 4 resorts in one day.  The aim was just to get a quick impression to help decide if we should […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Tangram Ski Circus, Shinano, Nagano

This review is based on only half a day of skiing at the resort but based on the very strict off piste policy there is no need to spend more time there.  You will lose you ticket after only a few runs if you don’t follow the rules.

About half an hour drive to the […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Sun Alpina, Hakuba, Nagano

Basically a beginner to intermediate resort with very few steep runs. Off piste there is some great tree skiing, but as we had to find out not open to ski at all.

According to other guys who skied this resort, it was bad luck that they got us right after the first run; usually you […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Suginohara, Myoko, Niigata

Suginohara is part of the Myoko Big 4 which you can get on the same day pass if you ask for it. The lift system is probably the first very good impression you get. High speed gondola and several high speed chairs.

If you are searching for the steeps you only need the top chair […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Shiga Kogan, Nagano

This resort is just under two hours from Hakuba. I might be wrong, but based on only one day of skiing at this resort, I got the impression that it is focused on beginner, intermediate, and some advanced skiing. Expert skiers may get quickly bored here.

The resort is much higher than Hakuba, which got […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Seki Onsen, Myoko, Niigata

Seki Onsen is one of several resorts at Myoko and is owned and run by a Family Business. The whole family plus 10 other employees take care of running the lifts.

A double chair brings you half way up the mountain and then from there a SINGLE chair brings you to the top, when it […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments

Sanosaka, Hakuba, Nagano

This review is based on only an hour or two of skiing at this resort. One day during the 2010/2011 season we decided to go for a bit of an exploration day and ski 4 resorts in one day.  The aim was just to get a quick impression to help decide if we should […]

By |November 14th, 2014|Japan Resorts|0 Comments