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  • Iwate Prefecture – One of Japan’s Lesser-Known Regions

    Japan’s ski resorts are incredible, but they’re by no means a secret.For those of us who plan trips based on big grey clouds and expected precipitation, Niseko and Hakuba are most definitely on the radar. A little lesser-known [...]

  • Our Covid-19 Update – Extended Refund Policies

    With the current situation regarding COVID-19, it is not surprisingly taking a massive toll on our business with all travel restricted for the foreseeable future. As a result we have made some changes to our booking policies to gi [...]

  • High Times In Revelstoke – 9.3 Metres This Season and Still Counting

    March 3rd, 2020 Words and photos Tony Harrington It feels like everyone you talk to in snow circles in North America or Canada has Revelstoke on their radar right now. The word is also out in Australia and you’ll not only hear a [...]

  • Nozawa – Great Snow and Traditional Japanese Culture Make It the Perfect Family Holiday Destination

      There’s something special about showing your family the beauty of Nozawa Onsen in Japan. The kids getting excited over oyaki (steamed buns) in the street or playing on their tatami mats and futons. Your partner marvelling [...]

  • Snow Machine Accommodation – Last Options Available

    If you haven’t got around to booking your accommodation for Snow Machine yet or you’re wanting to book a package, there are still a few options available. Availability is very limited so you better get in quick. We hav [...]

  • Hakuba Photo Journal – Late December 2019

    It’s been a slower December than usual across Japan in terms of snowfall, but there have been plenty of moments worth capturing. While we haven’t seen consistent snowfall to have all lifts running in Hakuba, the upper [...]

  • Top 10 Do’s And Dont’s When In Japan

    Strap in folks we’re going on a tour of some lesser known things to learn (the easy way, not the hard way) in Japan. Photo:: Matt Wiseman/Niseko Photography & Guiding Liquid Snow Tours | Matt Wiseman [...]

  • How to Onsen – A Beginner’s Guide

    Perfect after a big day on the mountain to sooth achey muscles  or even just to freshen up, soaking in Onsens are one of Japan’s most popular pass times and a must when visiting the land of the rising sun. Hot springs have been [...]

  • The Snow Chaser Pass – 9 Japan Resorts On The One Pass

    Myoko Kogen, getting snowed in at the end of January, 2018. Photo:: Eric Berger

  • Where To Ski In Japan? – Honshu’s Best Resorts

    Which Honshu resort is right for you? Honshu is the largest and most popular island of Japan with an abundance of different ski resorts to choose from. Fly into Tokyo and you have direct access to some of the best ski resorts in t [...]

  • Mammoth Mountain Finally Closes for the 2018/19 Season. Only 100 Days Until the Start Of the 2019/20 Season

    July 29th, 2019 Mammoth has lived up to its name with a mammoth season finally ending today – July 28 in the US. The season was 260 days long with 18.2 metres of snow and had everything from epic pow days, wild weather, some mas [...]

  • Guide To Shizukuishi – One of Japan’s Most Underrated Resorts

      The land of the rising sun, the falling snowflake and the ski resort… if New Zealand has the most helicopters per capita, Japan has to be up there when it comes to ski resorts – with more than 500 liberally scattered ac [...]

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