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Six Ways You Can Keep Your Kids Warm in the Snow.

To a kid, a winter wonderland is paradise. A snowy landscape means toboggan tracks, igloos, snowmen, snowball fights and, of course, skiing and snowboarding. The best way to make sure your kids have fun during your Japan ski holiday is to make sure they’re dry and comfortable. So here are our top

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What’s Open in Niseko for Summer

Lifts in Niseko will stop turning in early May but that doesn’t mean the fun comes to an end! Niseko is increasingly becoming a hot spot for summer tourists, which means loads of businesses are now keeping their doors open all year ‘round. Here are a few of our favourite summer shopping, dining

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WhatSUP! Rhythm’s Top Three Spots For Stand Up Paddle Boarding.

When summer comes along, Niseko and the surrounding area turns from a winter wonderland into an emerald green playground. While the skis and snowboards have to be packed away, there are still plenty of ways to explore and enjoy this beautiful area. One of our favourite things to do is grab a paddle

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The 2017/18 ski season in pictures! Check out Rhythm's Top Instagram Images

The 2017 / 18 ski season in Japan has definitely been one to remember! December, January and February brought with them some of the heaviest snowfalls Niseko has seen in 20 years. While the lifts are still turning, it seems like now is a great time to look back and celebrate some of the best moments

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Summer in Niseko. Our Five Favourite Things to do!

We all know that Niseko is a paradise during the colder months but there’s also plenty to do once the snow melts. Here are some of our favourite activities to enjoy during green season! 1. Road Riding Did you know Niseko is one of Asia’s premier destinations for cycling holidays? The region is home

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Five Reasons to Love Spring Skiing and Snowboarding in Japan!

Five Reasons to Love Spring Skiing and Snowboarding in Japan! The coldest months of the year in Japan have moved on but they definitely won’t be forgotten! December, January and February delivered some of the highest snowfall totals Niseko has seen in years. Around 16 meters of snow fell from the

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Hiking Mt Yotei in Niseko, Japan: The Ultimate Guide

You can’t miss her. She’s the striking, 1,898-meter-tall volcano that dominates the landscape here in Niseko, Japan. She’s beautiful from every angle, serene by nature but still commanding of respect, despite the fact she hasn’t uttered so much as a rumble since 1050 BCE. Her summit is obtainable,

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