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How to Ski Japan: The Travel

24th February 2016 | Krista Crabtree, OnTheSnow Ski Test Director

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Slippers are common and customary in Japan. - © Linda Guerrette

Slippers are common and customary in Japan.
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

Slippers are common and customary in Japan. - © Linda Guerrette
Skiers wear yukatas, or robes, after an evening of relaxing in an onsen (hot spring). - © Linda Guerrette

Skiers wear yukatas, or robes, after an evening of relaxing in an onsen (hot spring).
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

Skiers wear yukatas, or robes, after an evening of relaxing in an onsen (hot spring). - © Linda Guerrette
Bring YEN to Niseko, as some restaurants do not take credit cards. - © Linda Guerrette

Bring YEN to Niseko, as some restaurants do not take credit cards.
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Bring YEN to Niseko, as some restaurants do not take credit cards. - © Linda Guerrette
Niseko has some funky bars including "The Fridge," where inside the tiny door awaits great ambiance. - © Linda Guerrette

Niseko has some funky bars including "The Fridge," where inside the tiny door awaits great ambiance.
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Niseko has some funky bars including "The Fridge," where inside the tiny door awaits great ambiance. - © Linda Guerrette
Nightskiing in a Niseko snowstorm is an incredible experience. - © Linda Guerrette

Nightskiing in a Niseko snowstorm is an incredible experience.
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Nightskiing in a Niseko snowstorm is an incredible experience. - © Linda Guerrette
Dakine Boot Pack - © Dakine

Dakine Boot Pack
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Dakine Boot Pack - © Dakine
Patagonia 120L Black Hole Wheeled Duffel - © Patagonia

Patagonia 120L Black Hole Wheeled Duffel
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Patagonia 120L Black Hole Wheeled Duffel - © Patagonia
Armada Longhauler Double Ski Bag - © Armada

Armada Longhauler Double Ski Bag
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Armada Longhauler Double Ski Bag - © Armada

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