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Join the Nagano Snow Tours and visit some of the best resorts in mainland Japan! Tours run three times a week to Myoko Kogen, Nozawa Onsen, or Madarao.

The All Valley Lift Pass is the ultimate way to experience Hakuba, giving you access to all 10 resorts in the Hakuba Valley! Book now and we will have it waiting for you at your accommodation.

Visit the world famous monkeys and experience an unforgettable look into the lives of these amazing creatures. The tour also includes a visit to the 1200 year old Buddhist Temple, Zenkoji Temple.

Reserve a table at the best restaurants in Hakuba including fine dining, Japanese, European Alpine and more! Reserve early as the restaurants

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Just over three hours from downtown Tokyo in the Northern Japanese Alps—Hakuba is an experience incomparable to others. The valley can claim more sunshine than its neighbors, a cluster of mountains with wide ranging terrain, delicious restaurants, great bars, huge snowfalls and the steepest runs of the country’s 600 alpine resorts. The region debuted on the world stage while hosting the Winter Olympics in 1998 and has grown to one of Asia’s most popular ski destinations. For those who have rightfully decided to tick this off their bucket list of must-ski destinations, we’ve created this site to help you plan the perfect Hakuba holiday.