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July 31, 2013 Ski No Comments Email Email’s Early Bird offers no more after July 31.
SnowFunkidthrow-2Ski Japan’s MD Marcus Williams believes the quality and reliability of the snow are the biggest factors in Japan’s growing popularity amongst Australian snow enthuiasts.

“Over 20 metres of snow fell at the top of the Niseko resort last season … keen skiers and boarders know it is all but guaranteed they are going to get some incredible powder days when they visit, so it’s money and time well spent,” says Williams.

Williams stresses Japan offers excellent value for money, with seven-night packages including accommodation, breakfast, airport transfers and lift passes from less than $900 a person and airfares about $1,300.

“The Japanese yen is at levels not seen for many years, so a Japanese skiing holiday has never been more affordable,”

“A lot of resorts are really targeting the family market and offering free lift passes and rental for kids, too.”

Williams says other factors drawing skiers to Japan are the Japanese culture, Japanese food, the chance to do stopovers in Tokyo or Kyoto and the fact that Japan is on the same time zone as parts of Australia, meaning no jet lag.

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