Hakuba Ski-kan

5262 Hokujo, Hakuba-mura, Kitaazumi-gun, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 399-9301, Japan | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Hakuba-mura

Another action packed day

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... just liked the look of me, but I was singled out and given a loofa to help things along. There were rows of us all sitting on little stools covered in foam - you won't be surprised that there are no piccies of this! The water was over 40C, and the pool was outdoors, the setting rural with rock garden and trees. We sat and chatted, probably disturbing the Japanese ladies, who all edged away from us and gathered at the other end ...

By train to Nagano - Winter Olympics 1998

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... as we drove to a Wasabi farm. Here we attended a cookery course to make wasabi pickles, which was fun, but I think the finished product will probably end up in the bin. It tasted like green humus! We also had a chance to try wasabi ice cream, a little bit hot and wasabi drink which tasted a little like lime juice. Wasabi grows in fast running water a bit like ...

Skiing in Japan!

A travel blog entry by antandsash

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Despite the mild weather and rain we've managed to ski every day!  We've been skiing in spring a few times before but here the snow conditions are really good...the snow pack is still really thick and apparently they ski until May here. The facilities are not as lush as Europe, the chair lifts are really ...

Hakuba

A travel blog entry by antandsash

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Blue sky day...but a bit too warm. Conditions are tricky when the snow starts melting and turning to slush in he eh afternoon, but we still had fun and I love spring skiing because as many of you know I don't handle the cold very well. Lovely place, very quaint, and quiet because we're just in low season. The Winter Olympics was held here in ...

Stranded in the snow

A travel blog entry by suebar

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... then made it back to some paths where the snow had been partly cleared so the walking was easier. The guide said that she had lived in Nagano for 40 years and had never known such heavy snow. We made our way back to the ryokan for breakfast. This was entirely vegetarian and we sat on floor cushions at very low individual lacquered tables. Then it was off, by bus, to the railway station. When we arrived at the station it was to find it very crowded and there were tv crews there ...

Location

This resort is located in the Hakuba happou Onsen area of Hakuba-mura.
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