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Join us on one of our personally escorted Japanese Ski Tours. These comprehensive ski holidays are for those who want the thrill and exhilaration of skiing in Japan without all the hassles of trying to arrange, transport or accommodation or ski hire in a foreign and unknown environment


For many of you, Japan offers so much in a ski holiday that it’s really hard to think any further. No jetlag and only 9-10 hours flying time direct from Australia’s east coast makes Japan a must do on your next skiing adventure. Add to this the reliability and quality of snow, the long season and the joy of discovering the welcoming Japanese culture and you can see why so many Australians and even Europeans are making the pilgrimage.


In 2024 we will travel to the Aizu region north of Tokyo, with 5 day and 7 day options available over a three week period from Monday 22 January to Saturday 10 February.  Accommodation is to be confirmed but will likely be at the Bandaisan Onsen Hotel which is ski-in/ski-out for ALTS Bandai ski resort, and the Grandeco Tokyu Hotel which is ski-in/ski-out for the Grandeco ski resort. Day trips to other resorts in the Aizu region, including Nekoma, Minowa and Inawashiro ski areas will also be an option.


With at least 18 major ski regions and more than 100 ski resorts (that’s just the major ones, Japan boasts more than 400 ski resorts!), you are doing the right thing thinking about Japan.




In 2025 we will offer the option of a trans-Pacific tour, starting in Japan and going across to Canada. You will have the choice of skiing in Japan, in Canada or in both countries. The specific destinations in Canada are yet to be confirmed but are likely to be Whistler and/or Sun Peaks in British Columbia, an easy trip from Vancouver International Airport.

We would love to discuss your skiing dreams with us 

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