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Where to go skiing in Japan
By:Travel Expert

Japan, one of the most impressive countries in the world offers an excellent opportunity for ski enthusiasts to enjoy the cold and feel the adrenalin from November until the early month of May. Find out which winter sport fits your expertise, venture yourself on top of the highest mountain and have the time of your life exploring some of the best ski resorts in Japan.

• Hakuba
Thrilling, outgoing and modern, Hakuba dignifies over 14 ski areas where travelers worldwide will definitely spend a dreamlike vacation. From the most nervous beginners to the highest professionals, from the whitest and smoothest snow to the variety of people, the resort will surely manage to attract tourists from all corners of the world due to its amazing surroundings. Have a look at some breathtaking scenery, enjoy the view and experience the best winter holiday within a territory located near Nagano, the world’s Winter Olympic host in 1998.

• Myoko Kogen
Linking three other resorts, Suginohara, Akakura, and Ikenotaira, Myoko Kogen Resort has succeeded become over the years quite acclaimed by international travelers. Today, the place features numerous facilities like restaurants and cafes, along with a gondola system to ease travelers’ climb towards the top of the mountain. Just make sure you’re dressed up appropriately and prepare for an ultimate adventure. Glide from the highest cliffs, fell the excitement and discover the magnificent surroundings of the Japanese mountains.

• Ski Niseko, Hokkaido
Located on the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido, Ski Niseko is a resort worth a visit because of its tremendous scenery, wonderful snow and most appreciated cliffs. The resort is rather modernized and ready to receive its guest at any moment. Perfect for any type of budget, Niseko will make every traveler mesmerized by the grandeur of the landscape and astounded by the panorama. Whether you’re into professional snowboarding or you’re just a beginner in skiing, the resort has it all; accommodate within the warmest facilities and experience the true meaning of Japanese winter adventure.

• Ski Furano, Hokkaido
Because of its prestige when it comes to gorgeous cliffs, Furano has proved over the years its stunning brilliance regarding winter sports. Located within the beautiful island of Hokkaido, the resort is one of the most venturous and admired in the entire country. From the most experienced skiers to the first novices, from numerous bars and cafes to various hotels and accommodations facilities, Furano is surely incredible. Crowded every year, stupendous and breathtaking, the resort will manage to make every tourist forget about the cold and enjoy the surroundings.

• Ski Rusutsu, Hokkaido
And since the island of Hokkaido continues to amaze tourists, Rusutsu features one more of the numerous resorts in the area. However, its staggering scenery has something a bit different than other places; Mount Isola in particular has the resort’s most dangerous cliffs, where only real winter gurus have the courage to slide, providing an amazing view to other tourists who prefer only to watch. In case you think you have the guts and the skills, head over Rusutsu Resort in Hokkaido and show off you best skills along Isola Mountain.

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