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Best Japan ski packages and deals for the 2018/2019 season

The bargain ski packages and tours for your snow trip to Japan.

You'll be hitting the pistes in record time, and at a record price, by investing in one of these ski package deals for this snow season.

We've trawled the Internet so you don’t have to. All you’ll need to do is drop your bags, whack on your gear and go, go, go!

Best Hakuba, Japan ski packages

7-day Japan ski experience

7-day Japan ski experience from Topdeck

Highlights:

  • This is a round trip tour from Tokyo to Hakuba
  • Stay in a mixture of hotels and hostels
  • Internal transport is included
  • Price is per person
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$2,906

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15-day Japan tour and 6-day ski experience

15-day Japan tour and 6-day ski experience from Contiki

Highlights:

  • This is a round trip tour from Osaka to Hakuba
  • Stay in a mixture of hotels and hostels
  • Internal transport is included
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$4,979

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13-day Japan tour and 4-day ski experience

13-day Japan tour and 4-day ski experience from Contiki

Highlights:

  • Stay in a mixture of hotels and hostels
  • Internal transport is included
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$4,589

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Hakuba ski and snowboard photo service

Hakuba ski and snowboard photo service from Voyagin

Highlights:

  • Private backcountry ski and snowboard
  • Photo service
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$527

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5-day Hakuba ski getaway

5-day Hakuba ski getaway from Groupon

Highlights:

  • Includes luxury onsen tour and a four-day lift ticket (for Hakuba Cortina ski field)
  • Internal transport is included
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$759

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15-day Hakuba ski and snowboard experience with Bamba Experience

15-day Hakuba ski and snowboard experience with Bamba Experience from TourRadar

Highlights:

  • This is a round trip tour from Tokyo to Hakuba
  • Stay in a mixture of hotels and hostels
  • Internal transport is included
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$2,335

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11-day Hakuba ski and snowboard experience with Bamba Experience

11-day Hakuba ski and snowboard experience with Bamba Experience from TourRadar

Highlights:

  • This is a round trip tour from Tokyo to Hakuba
  • Stay in a mixture of hotels and hostels
  • Small group tours with a maximum of 16 pax
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$1,915

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7-day ski Topdeck Japan tour including accommodation and ski pass

7-day ski Topdeck Japan tour including accommodation and ski pass from TourRadar

Highlights:

  • Tours starts and begins in Tokyo and includes transfers to Hakuba
  • Six breakfasts and two dinners included
  • Small group tour with hotel accommodation for six-nights
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$2,515

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Best Niseko, Japan ski packages

Niseko ski and snow activities

Niseko ski and snow activities from Voyagin

Highlights:

  • Experience cross-country on the powder snow
  • A chance to experience reindeer sledding
From AUD

$54

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Niseko Backcountry ski and snowboard tour

Niseko Backcountry ski and snowboard tour from Voyagin

Highlights:

  • Private backcountry ski and snowboard guide
  • Optional photo and movie service
From AUD

$478

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Best Hokkaido, Japan ski packages

Day trips to ski resorts from Tokyo

Ski trip from Tokyo to Maiko Snow Resort

Ski trip from Tokyo to Maiko Snow Resort from Voyagin

Highlights:

  • One-day ski trip from Tokyo to Maiko Snow Resort in Niigata
  • Includes unlimited ski lift and gondola rides
  • Price is per person
From AUD

$459.44

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Snow tour from Tokyo from Viator

Snow tour from Tokyo from Viator from Viator

Highlights:

  • One-day snow trip to Gala Yuzawa snow resort
  • Includes bullet train transfer, ski gear rental and lift ticket
  • Tour returns you to Tokyo station in time for dinner in the city
  • Price is per person
From USD

$459.44

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About skiing in Japan

With hundreds of ski resorts across the country, Japan is the place in Asia to go for a ski holiday.

Being in the northern hemisphere, it's season runs in the opposite months to Australia and New Zealand, making it an ideal spot to go in the off season. (Plus, it's much closer and more affordable than going to Canada.)

It's main resort areas are Niseko, Hakuba, Nozawa Onsen, Furano and Shiga Kogen - all easily accessible from Tokyo or Sapporo airports by shuttle bus or train.

The best time to go skiing in Japan is between December and April, and with favourable weather, you might be able to schuss as early as November or into April.

If you're looking for more information about skiing in Japan, or about specific resorts, check out our guide to the best Japanese ski resorts.

Stephanie Yip

Stef is the Travel Editor at finder.com.au and has been writing about travel for over a decade. She's visited over 50 countries and has had some incredible experiences, including hot air ballooning over Cappadocia, hitchhiking across Romania and seeing the Northern Lights (twice!). And while she’d never say no to a luxury escape, she's far more likely to stretch her travel dollars as far as they can go by keeping her ear to the ground for unbeatable travel bargains. And she'll tell you all about them, too! Stef has had articles featured on Travel Weekly, Escape and Hostelworld.

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