Interesting Things Regarding Skiing In Japan That You Should Know About Japan, as many of us known, is the land of the rising sun and the country of samurai however, that is not all there is to it in such a beautiful country cause aside from that, Japan is also considered as one of the best skiing destinations across the globe, having its own tremendous appeal that could not be compared to any place else. Aside from that, Japan is also known for being the country that boasts some of the world’s best ski resorts that are being offered at a very affordable rates hence, causing hundreds and thousands of tourists to go to Japan for such a reason. Yes, even up to this day, the linguistic difference that causes many people not to take advantage of the opportunities that Japan has to offer is still present however, there is no need for you to worry about it as Japan is now beginning to accept and learn the English language plus, we are also here to guide you and help you have the best experience you will ever have in your trip to Japan. In this article, there is just one thing that we want to achieve and that is to guarantee that the trip to Japan that you are planning on having will be worthwhile and that it will become one of the best times and best experiences you will ever have in this lifetime, notwithstanding if you are fluent in Japanese or not, as Japan has so many things to offer you. One of the most recommended experience that we want you to indulge yourself into as you stay in Japan is skiing and of course, when it comes to it, you need to decide where you want to ski. Starting from the winter month (which runs from December to February), there are so many available ski resorts up and down Japan that you can choose from. In our most humble opinion, we want you to try going to the south of Japan where you can find Nagano and Hakuba. Hakuba Japan is a small village that is suiruated in the district of Kitaazumi, in the far northwest of the Nagano-ken, region of Chubu. You may not know it but Hakuba is actually known for being a internationally renowned ski resort town in the northern alps of Japan. And because this village has a surrounding valley that experiences an eleven meters of snow fall each year, it is now considered as the central hub of the ten ski resorts that are located there, with two hundred or more runs. As a matter of fact, during the Winter Olympics which was held in Japan in the year nineteen ninety eight, Hakuba was actually the venue for the said event wherein they held the Alpine, Ski Jump, as well as the cross-country events respectively.