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Hokkaido - Neisko,  Japan 


Tour Ice Festival, Sapporo Brewery
Snow Monkeys Tour and Tokyo Japan

Japan (Powder Kings) 

Skiing Niseko and Hakuba Tour, Ice Festival, Sapporo Brewery, Snow monkeys, and Tokyo

Hokkaido, Japan

     

Breakfast daily

All mountain ski pass for 5 days

Bus transfers without any staff

English speaking assistance at airport







Niseko is a town located in Shiribeshi Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. To Japanese people, Niseko principally refers to a mountain range and a municipal area. However, overseas the name has come to refer to a wider area of ski resorts encompassing Hokkaido's Mount Yōtei, often referred to as the "Mt. Fuji of Hokkaido", and Annupuri ranges. The name Niseko derives from the Ainu language, and it means "a cliff jutting over a riverbank deep in the mountains". The Niseko town's main industries are agriculture and tourism. The resort itself, Niseko United, is part of the Mountain Collective. Moreover, the town is renowned for its quality powder snow and world-class facilities, including traditional onsen and restaurants. Niseko  6 nights stay in the Green Leaf Niseko in Deluxe Double/ Twin Room with Breakfast



https://www.japanskiexperience.com/accommodation-details/niseko/itoku.aspx

Located on the southern peninsula of Hokkaido island, Niseko is the largest and easilyJapan’s most famous ski destination. Receiving 595 inches of snow on average per season, Niseko is truly the powder paradise that it’s rumored to be. But it’s not only Niseko's powder that’s the best in Japan; for expert skiers and riders, nothing competes with Niseko’s off-piste sidecountry skiing. Located 62 miles from bustling Sapporo, Niseko is quite convenient for both international travelers and for city site-seers. The resort is very near Mt. Yōtei or “the Mt. Fuji of Hokkaido,” and the views contribute to Niseko's status as Japan’s ski-resort star. The resort is comprised of four interconnected base areas: An'nunpuri, Niseko Village, Hirafu and Hanazono, all of which offer a unique dining and lodging experience.



Every type of skier and rider can enjoy the Niseko experience. Out-of-bounds adventuring is permitted thanks to a relaxed ski-patrol policy at Niseko, in comparison to other Japanese resorts. Guides are available and recommended, especially if you aim to climb and ski or ride the backcountry terrain on Mt. Yōtei. It’s nearly impossible to get bored of Niseko's on-piste, off-piste and sidecountry terrain, but if you want to experience something else, heli skiing is available. It’s also possible to ski to the interconnected Moiwa resort, but a separate lift ticket is required. Of all Japanese ski resorts, Niseko is known to have the best restaurants and the Hirafu base area dining is especially noteworthy—as is the nightlife. Here, you’ll find a lot of Australians and more Westernized hotspots. For quieter, more traditional dining experiences stick to An’nupuri, Niseko Village or Hanazono. Of all the Japanese resorts, Niseko is the best for uninitiated travelers. English is widely spoken across Niseko, so the resort is well-suited for an international tourist. In fact most of the resort and hotel staff speak English, and both English and Japanese restaurants offer English menus. On the flip side, Niseko is the most modern and populous in Japan, but there’s still plenty of traditional Japanese restaurants and cultural attractions to appease a traveler seeking authentic experiences.




















Meet English-speaking guide and proceed to Sapporo Beer Garden for lunch (by 35-seater chartered coach)
- Sapporo Beer Garden (lunch). After lunch, return to the hotel by coach. Visit Sapporo Snow Festival on foot.
- Sapporo Snow Festival with English-speaking guide. Free at leisure at Sapporo Snow Festival
- One-way private transfer by 35-seater coach from Hotel Monterey Sapporo to New Chitose Airport



- One-way private transfer by 35-seater chartered coach from Tokyo (Haneda) Airport to Tokyo Train Station with English-speaking assistant
- One-way train transfer by JR Shinkansen (bullet train) in tourist class (Tokyo Train Station - Nagano Train Station)
- One-way private transfer by 35-seater chartered coach from Nagano train station to Tokyo Hotel in Hakuba
4 nights stay in Tokyo Hotel in Hakuba in Standard Double/Twin Room with Breakfast
https://www.japanskiexperience.com/accommodation-details/hakuba/hakuba-tokyu-hotel





Resort Orientation and Welcome Drink in Hakuba
3 Day Hakuba Valley Lift Ticket  ( https://www.hakubavalley.com/en/ )
1 full day guided tour of Snow Monkey Park and Nagano ( https://www.bing.com/images/Snow+Monkey+Park+and+Nagano )


- One-way transfer from Tokyo Hotel in Hakuba to Sunshine City Prince Hotel in Tokyo
3 nights stay in Sunshine City Prince Hotel in Tokyo in Standard Double/Twin Room with Breakfast  ( http://www.princehotels.com/sunshine/ )
One-way private transfer Sunshine City Prince Hotel in Tokyo to Narita Airport 







Lots of Activities for Non-Alpine skiers Snow shoeing, Nordic skiing, visit wineries, cultural tours, On Sen Spas, shopping, etc. 


CST#2097435-40 


Mail deposit and signed form - to: Cheryl Lawson, PO Box 9193, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96158 





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