Designed for and tested in Niseko. That's the concept behind Roko Snow, a ski brand brought to life by Niseko Adventure Center's Ross Findley, a 25-year Niseko veteran.
Local photographer Glen Claydon took to Niseko's famous Miharashi run to capture some of the deepest turns of the 2015/16 season.
Niseko has enjoyed a sensational start to to 2016, with 240 cm so far and plenty more in the forecast.
The 2016 Festival of Japan will give visitors the opportunity to sample some of the curious, tasty cuisine on offer at Japan’s year-round matsuri.
We love the stormy, snowy Niseko winter – after all, it provides us with some of the best powder skiing on the planet. But there are some things about the Niseko springtime that really can’t be beaten, and Tuesday’s blue, sunny skies and warm weather served us a nice preview of what lies ahead.