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Insidejapan Tours Offers Complimentary Lift Tickets To Skiers Visiting The Japan Alps And Hokkaido In January And February 2019

October 17, 2018 Ski No Comments Email Email

InsideJapan Tours is welcoming the 2019 winter season in Japan by offering complimentary two-day lift passes to travelers booking one of its expert-designed Self-Guided Adventures and traveling in January and February of 2019. The new booking incentive is provided in partnership with the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) and offers skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to experience one of the country’s more than 500 ski resorts in the Japan Alps and Hokkaido.

Boasting some of the world’s most reliable snowfall, exceptional powder conditions, world-class accommodations, and unique cultural and apres ski experiences, Japan is the ideal winter getaway for skiers, snowboarders, and the overall winter lover. From snowshoeing to private igloo building lessons and venturing out to find the famed snow monkeys of Yudanaka Onsen, InsideJapan Tours tailors seamless Self-Guided Adventures to thrill and delight travelers on and off the slopes.

Established as the destination experts with unrivaled intelligence, travel planning, and in-country support, InsideJapan Tours offers diverse ways for travelers to experience the country. Its Self-Guided Adventures can be tailored to individual interests and preferred style of travel. To showcase the cultural and mountainside offerings of the destination, InsideJapan Tours highlights two signature Self-Guided Adventures to inspire winter wanderlust:
  • For travelers looking to explore the various facets of Japan, the 14-day  Winter Sports & Culture journey includes a visit to Hakuba mountain resort, the famous host of the 1998 Winter Olympics; apres ski onsen soaking; viewing Yudanaka’s famous snow monkeys; soaking up the metropolitan vibes of Tokyo; and exploring the charming cultural heart of Kyoto. A day-trip to Hiroshima or Nara can also be added, as well as a stay in Buddhist temple lodging in Nagano. Rates for this itinerary start at $3,253 per person and does not include flights.
  • The 16-day Niseko Deluxe itinerary features five days in Hokkaido’s largest and most popular ski resort, Niseko. There, travelers experience the world’s best powder, which, covers the four main ski areas of Grand Hirafu, Hanazono, Higashiyama, and Annapuri — as well as apres ski craft beer experiences. The itinerary includes deluxe accommodations in Hokkaido’s capital Sapporo, stays in the must-see cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, and the opportunity to visit Yudanaka Onsen’s famous snow monkeys. Private guides in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Sapporo provide a unique cultural perspective, highlighting the destination’s museums, architecture, food, and drink. Rates for this itinerary start at $10,030 per person (twin share) and does not include flights.
In addition to Self-Guided Adventures, InsideJapan Tours offers bespoke Exclusive Private Journeys and guided Small Group Tours with set departures.

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