Japan Ski Holidays

Japan is currently closed for international travellers, but you can still chase the snow in Canada and the USA. These destinations are open for fully vaccinated NZ citizens and residents can return home without MIQ from February 14th 2022.
The travel&co. team can not only plan your ski holiday but navigate the covid requirements for international travel.
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Japan is renowned for its light, fluffy powder with an average of 10-15 metres of snowfall a year at most resorts. With mountains of endless powder to discover and over 500 resorts to choose from, there’s plenty of options for beginners to experts – groomed slopes to tree skiing and powder skiing. Alongside this legendary snow, Japan is known for its amazing hospitality, beautiful cultural experiences, traditional cuisine, relaxing hot springs, lively après ski, wintry activities, beginner and advanced snow trails and impressive snow festivals. Japan has plenty of options too: from all-inclusive Club Med to ski-in, ski-out, family-friendly and resorts in charming village settings. Whether it’s Hokkaido or Honshu, our ski travel experts have been there and can share their knowledge to help plan your perfect Japan ski holiday!

Hokkaido

Hokkaido’s mountains are huge powder magnets as cold snaps come off the Sea of Japan and Siberia bringing massive powder dumps to the ski areas. A destination with a reputation for powder combined with Japanese cultural experiences.

Honshu

The Japanese Alps of Honshu are home to ski resorts with well-developed facilities and an abundance of activities off the slopes and is an ideal destination for those looking for a combination of ski and board adventures and authentic Japanese experiences.

Ski Season: November to May (dates vary by resort) | Average Snowfall: 10-15 metres | Snow: Cold, dry and fluffy powder | Accommodation: Hotels, self-contained apartments, family-run lodges and traditional pensions | Ability: Skiing for all levels. Beginner to expert