We know how precious your holiday time is. That's where our concierge service comes in. It's about saving you time, making your holiday easier and having one point of contact to sort out everything you need to have a fantastic holiday.
You don't have to waste valuable holiday time finding out where the lift ticket offices are, what time the ski hire store opens, what the ski school system is or what restaurants are good.
Head to one of our concierge pages and sort everything out in advance. We can deliver your lift passes to your accommodation, arrange ski lessons for you, pre-order your equipment hire and tell you what our favourite restaurants are.
Head to our individual resort concierge pages to find out more about what we can do for you.
Rusutsu enjoys a lot of great dry powder snow due to the Siberian low-pressure weather systems. Located on the otherside of Mt Yohtei from Niseko, Rusutsu is subject to its own micro weather system.
Kiroro is located close to the North cost of Western Hokkaido and gets a lot of snow and enjoys the longest season of a ski resort in West Hokkaido.
With the introduction of an Off Piste Gate system similar to the system operated in Niseko, Furano is the newest dream destination for skiers and snowboarders in search of the famous Japanese powder snow!
Breathtaking alpine panoramas, steep and dramatic lanscapes and a healthy dose of powder snow. The resorts of the Hakuba valley are the heart of the Japan Alps. There is more than enough for everyone to be happy here.
Whilst skiing came to Nozawa Onsen over 100 years ago, the ancient village long predates this and as such has retained a really traditional feel. Lit by lanterns at night, the village has a mazy feel to it with picturesque cobbled streets, lined with small restaurants, shops, Ryokans and bars.
A traditional Japanese ski town with uncrowded slopes, Myoko is powder and park heaven, combining modern facilities and true Japanese charm. Myoko is a best kept secret and a powder gem.