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 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
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Ski Niseko, Japan! 2020


Among the best powder conditions in the world!Niseko has the most snow in january!


Destination: NISEKO / TOKYO, JAPAN
TRAVEL DATES: January 10 – 18/20, 2020


  • ­­­Round Trip Transfers from airport to hotel
  • 6 nights lodging Green Leaf Hotel Niseko Village 4 star
  • Ski-In, Ski-out
  • Daily breakfast
  • Spa, on-site “onsen” hot spring – Free Wi-Fi
  • 5-Day consecutive Ski Pass
  • 1 or 3 nights lodging w/buffet breakfast 4 star Keio Plaza  (or similar)  Tokyo
  • All Taxes and fuel charges
  • Package Price for double occupancy $1,995 [1 night Tokyo], Or $2,395 [3 nights Tokyo]
  • Based on currency of .0090 US Dollar to 1 Yen
  • Optional Group Discounted Trip Insurance
  • Group air available from JFK


When you ski Japan you’re on the slopes of one of the world’s leading ski nations and the main ski country in Asia. Japan has a reputation of excellent snowfalls, particularly on the northern island of Hokkaido where annual snow accumulations are normally among the deepest in the world and the powder is second to none.
Niseko has risen to worldwide fame as a cult free-riding resort attracting powder hounds from around the world. The area is known to have far more English language information than other resorts, making the resort instantly more attractive to the global market.
The 1309 meter high volcano Niseko rises in west Hokkaido. Just below the summit, the lift teams of four ski resorts come together for which there is a shared lift pass: Niseko Annupuri, Niseko Village, Hirafu and Hanazono Resort. The panorama is breathtaking: Just opposite the Niseko is Mount Yotei, which stands on a par with Fuji in terms of perfect cones.
A main attraction is the remarkable snow conditions, but visitors have also found that modern Japan offers great food in its restaurants and relatively affordable prices. Service standards are also very high and the local population friendly and respectful in their welcome. Japan also has several unique attractions including the hot spring onsen baths found at many resorts and eternally popular karaoke bars for après ski.