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It is super convenient and easy to travel to Hakuba by The JR Azusa train or Shinkansen.
For those coming from Tokyo, The JR Azusa is perhaps the most convenient transportation option as there are no transfers. The train leaves only once a day from Shinjuku Station at 8 am and arrives in Hakuba at 11:37.
The Shinkansen is leaving every 2 hours from Tokyo Station to Nagano. There you catch a bus and within 3 hours you are in Winterwonderland! We are happy to support you in organizing your transport.
Not a skier? Don’t worry, we are happy to welcome you too! Snowboarders and also Snowshoers are welcome and we will tailor a special program for you!
Pre-register now for the Ladies Ski Days 2022! We would love to have you onboard!
The registration window will open approximately 4 weeks prior to the event, run for two weeks, and then close approximately 2 weeks prior to the event. During this time, you can cancel your registration anytime. Once registrations are closed, we will send you your confirmation. If the event does not sell out (10 participants min.), the event will be postponed to next season and no charges will be made.
All you need to do for now is fill out the form below or send us an E-Mail via [email protected], subject: Ladies Ski Days – Preregistration. We will inform you about the next steps via E-Mail!
We can’t wait to welcome you in Hakuba!
Measures to avoid the spread of Covid-19:
We ask all participants to check their temperature before, during, and after the event. Please inform us, if you feel any symptoms linked to Covid-19 pre, during, and post the event. We kindly ask you to wear a mask in public areas and wash and disinfect your hands regularly. Anti-gen tests are available.
The quasi-state of emergency is lifted in Nagano prefecture starting March 6th.
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