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Matic: for 2014 on the shorter days, can I suggest a Tokyo day (tourist day) I'd love to ride 3 days and check out the sights too, if possible.

yup..you can pretty much customize your itinerary in any way possible!
i've stayed a week+ in tokyo after the trip. you can request anything you want
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I would love to see dates earlier in the season like in Dec or  beginning of Jan or even the later half of April...  
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  Quote zakk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/12/2013 at 1:48pm
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I would love to see dates earlier in the season like in Dec or  beginning of Jan or even the later half of April...  

why?  best time in Japan in late January to about mid March
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I would love to see dates earlier in the season like in Dec or  beginning of Jan or even the later half of April...  

why?  best time in Japan in late January to about mid March
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This season january did massively suck. But on the whole january delivers way more consistent pow than feb. Well... in nagano. In hoth the taps come on early december and dont shut off until march anyways. 
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This season january did massively suck. But on the whole january delivers way more consistent pow than feb. Well... in nagano. In hoth the taps come on early december and dont shut off until march anyways. 

this jan seemed pretty damn good up in hokkaido! i can say from experience mid feb was beyond paradise stats this year.
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I would love to see dates earlier in the season like in Dec or  beginning of Jan or even the later half of April...  

why?  best time in Japan in late January to about mid March

Because I work doing taxes, well I guess I could do after mid march too after corp taxes are due but I'll be missing out on business.  
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This season january did massively suck. But on the whole january delivers way more consistent pow than feb. Well... in nagano. In hoth the taps come on early december and dont shut off until march anyways. 

this jan seemed pretty damn good up in hokkaido! i can say from experience mid feb was beyond paradise stats this year.

Yeah, we had a shit January. February though was fantastic this year. Dunno if the snow was that amazing for us, but the timings on the thursday-sunday almost every weekend in feb made it awesome. This month hasnt started great down here. Rain on the first followed by a rapid drop in temps creating a SOLID ice wall off piste and a tonne of death cookies. Snow from saturday afternoon led to decent sunday morning conditions, but it also meant extreme caution required. And last weekend was pure heatwave on saturday followed by mad winds on the sunday. I reckon we've still got a few drops before the end of it though. But definitely heading into the tail... and maybe a little sooner than most of us would hope. 

I should add this is NAGANO. And has no bearing on whats going on up north... hell, snow reports on myoko tell you almost nothing about whats going on at hakuba. So dont read this as all of japan. :) 
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@Matic: Awesome!!!!! Who do you recommend I talk to? I really want to ride and check out Japan!
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This season january did massively suck. But on the whole january delivers way more consistent pow than feb. Well... in nagano. In hoth the taps come on early december and dont shut off until march anyways. 

this jan seemed pretty damn good up in hokkaido! i can say from experience mid feb was beyond paradise stats this year.

Yeah, we had a shit January. February though was fantastic this year. Dunno if the snow was that amazing for us, but the timings on the thursday-sunday almost every weekend in feb made it awesome. This month hasnt started great down here. Rain on the first followed by a rapid drop in temps creating a SOLID ice wall off piste and a tonne of death cookies. Snow from saturday afternoon led to decent sunday morning conditions, but it also meant extreme caution required. And last weekend was pure heatwave on saturday followed by mad winds on the sunday. I reckon we've still got a few drops before the end of it though. But definitely heading into the tail... and maybe a little sooner than most of us would hope. 

I should add this is NAGANO. And has no bearing on whats going on up north... hell, snow reports on myoko tell you almost nothing about whats going on at hakuba. So dont read this as all of japan. :) 

i rather shred over there vs anywhere else regardless of conditions 
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@Matic: Awesome!!!!! Who do you recommend I talk to? I really want to ride and check out Japan!

you can talk to me about anything. i may or may not have answers for you on the spot regarding rates, but i can get that info to you as soon as i can. 
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Originally posted by Muse25

@Matic: Awesome!!!!! Who do you recommend I talk to? I really want to ride and check out Japan!

you can talk to me about anything. i may or may not have answers for you on the spot regarding rates, but i can get that info to you as soon as i can. 


Thanks matic!!!!! I really appreciate your help!
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Matic,

I have looked at the pricing for the 11-day tour (flight included). Is that non-stop flight from NYC to Tokyo? 

Also, I don't speak Japanese... will I be able to communicate with the locals?

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I have looked at the pricing for the 11-day tour (flight included). Is that non-stop flight from NYC to Tokyo? 

Also, I don't speak Japanese... will I be able to communicate with the locals?

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yup, non-stop!
yeah, no need for japanese. 99% of the people that go can't speak Japanese. People speak enough English for you to communicate. 
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Originally posted by shinji

Originally posted by matic

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I have looked at the pricing for the 11-day tour (flight included). Is that non-stop flight from NYC to Tokyo? 

Also, I don't speak Japanese... will I be able to communicate with the locals?

Regards,
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yup, non-stop!
yeah, no need for japanese. 99% of the people that go can't speak Japanese. People speak enough English for you to communicate. 

Nice!! 

A couple more questions... How big are the mountains? Do people bring their boards or do they typically rent there? How many people went last year? Did you guys plan any group activities after dark?

I also plan to stay in Tokyo for the remainder of the trip, can NY-T help me find a place to stay? Confused


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I have looked at the pricing for the 11-day tour (flight included). Is that non-stop flight from NYC to Tokyo? 

Also, I don't speak Japanese... will I be able to communicate with the locals?

Regards,
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yup, non-stop!
yeah, no need for japanese. 99% of the people that go can't speak Japanese. People speak enough English for you to communicate. 

Nice!! 

A couple more questions... How big are the mountains? Do people bring their boards or do they typically rent there? How many people went last year? Did you guys plan any group activities after dark?

I also plan to stay in Tokyo for the remainder of the trip, can NY-T help me find a place to stay? Confused



the mountains are decently big. they're pretty much open and you can go off piste wherever. everyone brings their boards, but you can rent there as well. 

we all did go out after riding. many many fun nights!!!

Yes, NYT can help you find a place to stay in Tokyo. 
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I have looked at the pricing for the 11-day tour (flight included). Is that non-stop flight from NYC to Tokyo? 

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Regards,
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yup, non-stop!
yeah, no need for japanese. 99% of the people that go can't speak Japanese. People speak enough English for you to communicate. 

Nice!! 

A couple more questions... How big are the mountains? Do people bring their boards or do they typically rent there? How many people went last year? Did you guys plan any group activities after dark?

I also plan to stay in Tokyo for the remainder of the trip, can NY-T help me find a place to stay? Confused



the mountains are decently big. they're pretty much open and you can go off piste wherever. everyone brings their boards, but you can rent there as well. 

we all did go out after riding. many many fun nights!!!

Yes, NYT can help you find a place to stay in Tokyo. 

Thanks again Matic for the info! I am excited! 

By the way, I just ordered a new board for this trip :)
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Thanks again Matic for the info! I am excited! 

By the way, I just ordered a new board for this trip :)

nice!!! i can honestly tell you everyone has the best time out there. last season was just beyond crazy with the snow 
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I wish I didn't have my Mexico trip planned. I would have money for that then :(. Japan is in my top 3 places that I want to visit and ride sometime.
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Originally posted by shinji

 

Thanks again Matic for the info! I am excited! 

By the way, I just ordered a new board for this trip :)

nice!!! i can honestly tell you everyone has the best time out there. last season was just beyond crazy with the snow 

Will there be a meet-up event or something in NYC before we go there?
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Originally posted by matic

Originally posted by shinji

 

Thanks again Matic for the info! I am excited! 

By the way, I just ordered a new board for this trip :)

nice!!! i can honestly tell you everyone has the best time out there. last season was just beyond crazy with the snow 

Will there be a meet-up event or something in NYC before we go there?

there used to be meet ups for the trip attendees for previous years. maybe there will be one again for this one?


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I wish I didn't have my Mexico trip planned. I would have money for that then :(. Japan is in my top 3 places that I want to visit and ride sometime.

Agreed! Def. on the bucket list. But I wonder what the runs are compared to?
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I wish I didn't have my Mexico trip planned. I would have money for that then :(. Japan is in my top 3 places that I want to visit and ride sometime.

Agreed! Def. on the bucket list. But I wonder what the runs are compared to?

can't really compare. japan's snow is in a class of it's own. 
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I do!!! Oh... wait... :) 

Hotels in tokyo are super easy to find. Just use rakuten travel or trip advisor or something. You can sort that shit out easy peasy yourself. 

Because hes selling a service, its my duty to keep it balanced. So understand the scale of mountains (particularly in and around hokkaido) isnt anywhere like the scale of the mountains in the US and Canada. You dont really come to Japan for 5000m vert or spine runs. You come here for the mad powder and the bestest funnest time you can have just bouncing around on a fluffy white bed of yum. 

Ive also heard you come for the cultural experience but i wouldnt know about that. 

Go watch any youtube video of pow in niseko and just be gobsmacked. Its on a scale that only the AK crowd can really grasp. Its not just the depth of course (its deep), its also the consistency (super light, super dry, perfect surfy pow) and the continual regularity of it (pretty much every day through late december to late feb youll get a drop). Its relentless and it will blow your face off. :)

Also, the nighta at niseko is the bomb. You have to do the nighta. But wrap up, it gets pretty cold up there once the sun comes down.  

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I do!!! Oh... wait... :) 

So understand the scale of mountains (particularly in and around hokkaido) isnt anywhere like the scale of the mountains in the US and Canada. You dont really come to Japan for 5000m vert or spine runs. You come here for the mad powder and the bestest funnest time you can have just bouncing around on a fluffy white bed of yum. 

Ive also heard you come for the cultural experience but i wouldnt know about that. 

Go watch any youtube video of pow in niseko and just be gobsmacked. Its on a scale that only the AK crowd can really grasp. Its not just the depth of course (its deep), its also the consistency (super light, super dry, perfect surfy pow) and the continual regularity of it (pretty much every day through late december to late feb youll get a drop). Its relentless and it will blow your face off. :)

Also, the nighta at niseko is the bomb. You have to do the nighta. But wrap up, it gets pretty cold up there once the sun comes down.  



pretty much it right here. 

japan's pow is unmatchable..just sayin


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