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What a year it has been. With assurance of health, wellbeing and safe travel in the forefront of everybody’s mind, SkiJapan are keenly aware that travel to Japan’s famous powdery resorts for the 2020/2021 season has become a distant hope.

In light of the unprecedented events which have affected the whole world, there has been a significant impact; on the way of life for us all. Very few individuals or industries have been left untouched by this pandemic.

There are also three common bonds the SkiJapan family share with our customers: we all LOVE Japan, we all LOVE snow, and we WILL enjoy it again.

These common interests we share for all things #Deep and #Japow-dery are still a wonderful escape for all of us, whether it be anticipating the upcoming season, or enjoying our shared passion vicariously online.


This year will be the year to dream of your next travel adventure! To help assist the escapism many of us are seeking right now – especially as more and more of you find yourselves at home for extended periods – we will be increasing our efforts to bring you all the best Japan winter photos, videos and articles through our social media platforms. Sit back, relax, and dream about those waist-deep turns next winter!

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Enjoyed a trip of your own recently? Tag us in your photos – we’d love to see your adventures and help share them with snow-lovers world-wide!


We recommend the following resources for updates on the status of travel to and throughout Japan, and encourage everyone to prioritize the health and safety of themselves, their families, and their communities first.

World Health Organisation

Japan National Travel Organisation

Japan Ministry of Health, Labour & Welfare

Go To Travel (Japanese Only)

New Hokkaido Style

New Niseko Travel Journey

Please reach out to us if you have any questions, or send us a message right now by clicking on the blue icon in the bottom right corner of your screen – we are here to help.

“Keep a Cool Head. Ski Wise and Stay Focused!”