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Niseko, Japan, Powder!

The Team August 21st, 2012

Renowned for its incredibly dry, fluffy powder, Niseko in Japan is a truly unique place to ski.  Not only can you expect amazing off-piste and tree skiing, but you can ski for up to 12 hours a day with nearly the whole area floodlit until 9pm!

For a healthy dose of inspiration take a look at this video from Felt Soul Media, “Unicorn Sashimi”:

Ski Independence are proud to again be working alongside the Daily Mail Ski & Snowboard Magazine to offer 2 readers trips in 2013. Experience this incredible country and its amazing skiing by joining the Daily Mail Ski & Snowboard Magazine readers holiday at the end of January, taking in Rusutsu, Niseko and Furano.

If you’re interested in a ski holiday to Japan visit our website to find out more or call 0131 243 8097 and speak to one of the team.  You can also request a tailor-made email quote here.

Warren Smith Powder Camps in Japan

The Team February 25th, 2010

Over the past week Warren Smith has been holding his Powder Ski Camp in Japan in the resorts of Niseko Furano.

The powder skiing in Japan is unlike anywhere else, with waist deep powder being commonplace. The Powder Ski Camp consisted of 9 days skiing split between Niseko & Furano and is designed to build and develop skill and confidence, to enable people to ski all terrains with a specific emphasis on powder skiing.

Here are the video blogs which show the amazing powder & skiing that can be found in Japan:

 

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Heavy Snowfalls in Japan for Niseko Opening Day

Gareth November 25th, 2009

Heavy snowfalls over the past couple of days in Japan primed Niseko’s powdery slopes for the much-anticipated season opening today.

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