A Guide To Skiing In Japan: Learn Everything There Is For You To Know About it One very important thing that you need to know about Japan is the fact that it is not only known for it amazing history and wonderful culture, it is also known for being one of the best skiing destinations in the world that has its own tremendous appeal. One of the main reasons why there are so many tourists that visits Japan every year, most especially during the winter season is due to the fact that they also offer some of their best ski resorts at a very affordable price which causes tourist to flock their. And though it is true that the linguistic differences sometimes causes people from taking advantage of such an amazing opportunity that only Japan can offer, there is actually not a need for you to be worried about that as we are here to guide you and assist you on the things that you need to do as well as the places that you need to go for you to make the most out of the Japan adventure you are planning on having. There is a reason behind why Japan is considered as one of the best places to travel in the world and this is something that we want you to understand about, of course, aside from the fact that we also want you to have the best experience and the best time while you are staying in the land of the rising sun. 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. There are tons of ski resorts that are available for you to choose from during the winter months of December to February. In our most humble opinion, we want you to try going to the south of Japan where you can find Nagano and Hakuba. You need to know that Hakuba, Japan is a small village that is located on the district of Kitaazumi, in the far northwestern part 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. Another reason why Hakuba, even if its a small village, is still known internationally as one of the best ski resorts in the world is due to the fact that in the year nineteen ninety eight, the village was chosen as the venue for the Winter Olympics wherein sports such as cross-country, Alpine and Ski Jump was held.