The Hakuba Valley in the Nagano prefecture, is home to 10 ski resorts accessible on the one lift pass, giving you endless terrain to explore. Hakuba has become one of the most popular ski destinations in Japan for a number of reasons; varied terrain, extensive dining options, vibrant nightlife and day tour options. Hakuba is easily accessible – less than 4 hours from Tokyo airport on the famous Shinkansen bullet train or slightly longer with a direct coach transfer. We offer a wide variety of accommodation in Hakuba from backpacker lodges to hotels and luxury chalets, there is something for everyone. Liquid Snow Tours has an office in Happo village to assist with anything you may need during your stay.
Hakuba AccommodationView the best properties across the Hakuba valley from backpacker lodges to luxury hotels and apartments.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Hakuba packages including flights, accommodation, lift passes, lessons and more.
Hakuba DiningThere are so many amazing dining and nightlife options throughout the Hakuba Valley. Check out some of our favourites.
day toursHakuba has so much to do off the mountain. From snow monkeys, sake tasting, snow mobiling, castles and heaps more.
How to get to
HakubaThere are a few different ways you can get to Hakuba from Tokyo and other cities. Check out which option is best for you.
Hakuba Trail MapsThe Hakuba Valley consists of 10 ski resorts all on the one lift pass, offering so much terrain for everyone. Check out all the resorts here.
Group ToursLooking to plan an overseas school tour to Hakuba? Let us do the organisation for you with our team of experienced travel specialists.
Hakuba GalleryWant to get a better idea of Hakuba? Explore the region of Hakuba through our gallery of images and videos.
Featured Hakuba Articles
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A March To Remember In Hakuba
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Hakuba’s Top 10 Onsens
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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 [...]
First Timer’s Guide To Hakuba
Ten different resorts, 135 lifts and more than 200 runs– all pummelled by regular powder top-ups throughout the snow season. If you haven’t been to Hakuba yet, here’s why (and how) you should. [...]