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Deep pow, no lift lines, excellent grooming and the Japanese culture make it an unforgettable ski vacation.
Japan’s powder skiing is unmatched, but it has only just begun to be tapped. This means that most people hoping to experience a ski vacation in Japan have little information about where to go, what to ski, and how to get it done.
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hakuba cortina is a little piece of Hokkaido on the island of Honshu. Meaning there is always more snow here than in the main parts or Hakuba. I think it's magic, but might be topographically related.
“you will fall in love with this place. Totally relaxed and everything you need is right in front of you”
The Italian style lodge tucked away in the mountains outside of Hakuba. Hakuba Cortina's Tudor style architecture makes quite a contrast against the traditional Japanese winged roofs. Cortina is famous for its champagne powder as well the fabulous onsen.
A typicl day: Wake up. Walk to breakfast in your kimono and enjoy the buffet. Shred pow for a few hours. Come in for lunch and enjoy their home made pizza. Shred more pow. Take a rest in the lodge and enjoy tea/snacks. Night ski for an hour or so. Dinner, buffet style, another feast with sushi and other traditional Japanese dishes. Watch the snow fall as you rest in the onsen. Go to bed happy. REPEAT
Spend a week secluded at Cortina and you'll ski better than you ever have. After all, relaxing in the onsen and a good nights rest is a good respite between all-day POW shredding.