A Guide To Skiing In Japan: Learn Everything There Is For You To Know About it One very important thing that you need to know about Japan is the fact that it is not only known for it amazing history and wonderful culture, it is also known for being one of the best skiing destinations in the world that has its own tremendous appeal. Winter season is one of the most celebrated season in Japan due to the fact that there are lots of activities that are happening during this time of the year and also, there are so many ski resorts that are boasted as one of the best in the world which offers their services at such an affordable price, causing tourists and visitors to flock in the said country. Albeit the fact that there is still language barrier present in Japan up to this very day, you should not worry about that as they now begin to speak the English language and apart from that, we are also here to give you some helpful tips that will certainly be of great use to you as you go along the way of your much awaited Japan adventure. There is a reason behind why Japan is considered as one of the best places to travel in the world and this is something that we want you to understand about, of course, aside from the fact that we also want you to have the best experience and the best time while you are staying in the land of the rising sun. Skiing is one of the most celebrated activity in Japan due to the amazing snow slopes in its northern parts hence, if you want to try this kind of adventure, you better decide first where you want it to be. Starting from the winter month (which runs from December to February), there are so many available ski resorts up and down Japan that you can choose from. In our most humble opinion, we want you to try going to the south of Japan where you can find Nagano and Hakuba. Hakuba Japan is a small village that is suiruated in the district of Kitaazumi, in the far northwest of the Nagano-ken, region of Chubu. One thing that you need to know about Hakuba is the fact that it is is a ski town resort that is known internationally which is in the northern alps of Japan. Hakuba is also considered as the central hub of the ten ski resorts that are existing there with more than two hundred runs and the reason for this is due to the fact that its surrounding valley experiences eleven meters of snow fall per year. In fact, during the Winter Olympics that was held in Japan in the year nineteen ninety-eight, Hakuba was actually chosen as the venue for the said even in which snow sports like Alpine, Ski Jump and Cross-country were held there.