A year-round destination

Japan’s leading luxury alpine ski destination is an off-piste gem. Nature takes control with an annual snowfall of 10m to 11m, giving you endless soft powder. Although the snowfall is dramatic, the weather is generally mild by alpine terms, and is fairly consistent. Hakuba is in the northern Japan Alps, on Honshu. The village is bordered to the west by the 2,900m Tateyama Mountains, and much of it lies within the Chubu-Sangaku National Park, where there are 147 courses and 130 kilometres of trails in a ski area of 956 hectares.

Winter activities in Hakuba


Offering epic powder, it is one of the most sought after locations for winter activities given its high and consistent level of snowfalls and the steepest runs of Japan’s 600 alpine resorts.


In summer, Hakuba offers a peaceful sanctuary in nature with panoramic mountain views. The valley offers a cluster of mountains with wide ranging terrain, distinctive restaurants and great bars.

Summer activities in Hakuba

Cultural activities
within Hakuba

Just four hours from downtown Tokyo, Hakuba is situated in Nagano in the Northern Japanese Alps. Nagano is the capital and largest city of Nagano Prefecture, located in the Nagano Basin in the central Chūbu region of Japan.

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One of the first of a new generation of luxury developments, with prime ski-in, ski-out access to the Sakka quad lift at Happo-One in Hakuba.

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