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Authentic Japanese Cultural Experiences in Niseko

Niseko is one of Asia's most international ski resorts, with residents and guests from around the world visiting each year and cultivating it's worldly feel. But if you want to experience authentic Japan and live like the locals do during your trip, here are our recommendations.

Golden Week 2020: Children's Day in Japan「子供の日」

One of the biggest holidays on the Japanese calendar is 'Kodomo no Hi' or Children's Day. The day serves to celebrate the uniqueness and happiness of children and the hardworking parents who care for them.

Hokkaido Soup Curry Recipe #StayAtHome

If you're stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and looking for new recipes to try, why not transport yourself to the snowy fields of Hokkaido with a warm bowl of soup curry? We've found a great recipe that is a staple in the Hokkaido [& Niseko] restaurant scene and can be easily made at home.

Jagata-kun: The Potato, The Myth, The Legend

Jagata-kun is Kutchan's famous mascot and beloved symbol - learn about the history and meaning of his design, plus discover some other cute mascots from towns around Niseko!

Cherry Blossom Snacks 2020: Delicious treats for Spring!

Just as the stunning pink cherry blossoms [sakura] begin to appear all over Japan at the start of Spring, so does a new range of delicious sakura flavoured/themed snacks for us to enjoy! The cute pink packaging and delicious sweet flavours are a favourite every year, check out what you can find!

From Refusing Plastic Bags to Ainu Culture Preservation, G20

The 2019 Japan G20 ministers to address issues involving 'overtourism', here are something we could do to be more eco-friendly as a visitor in Japan.

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