Sep 272011
 

Hanazono 308 is in fact situated at 308 metres above sea level, or exactly 1,000 metres below the peak of Mount Niseko-Annupuri. That means exactly 1,000 vertical metres of non-stop pure perfect powder snow to be enjoyed, from the very top of Mount Niseko-Annupuri to the doorstep of Hanazono 308. It is an adventure that can only be found only on the most coveted side of Niseko mountain, the Hanazono side.

The lucky bells situated outside Hanazono 308 are mounted at 308 metres above sea level. They are available for all to ring—just for luck. Samara checking out the Good Luck Bells in the snow at Hanazono 308 – Niseko Japan


Sep 272011
 

Hanazono 308 is in fact situated at 308 metres above sea level, or exactly 1,000 metres below the peak of Mount Niseko-Annupuri. That means exactly 1,000 vertical metres of non-stop pure perfect powder snow to be enjoyed, from the very top of Mount Niseko-Annupuri to the doorstep of Hanazono 308. It is an adventure that can only be found only on the most coveted side of Niseko mountain, the Hanazono side.

The lucky bells situated outside Hanazono 308 are mounted at 308 metres above sea level. They are available for all to ring—just for luck. Samara checking out the Good Luck Bells in the snow at Hanazono 308 – Niseko Japan

Sep 272011
 

Hanazono 308 is in fact situated at 308 metres above sea level, or exactly 1,000 metres below the peak of Mount Niseko-Annupuri. That means exactly 1,000 vertical metres of non-stop pure perfect powder snow to be enjoyed, from the very top of Mount Niseko-Annupuri to the doorstep of Hanazono 308. It is an adventure that can only be found only on the most coveted side of Niseko mountain, the Hanazono side.

The lucky bells situated outside Hanazono 308 are mounted at 308 metres above sea level. They are available for all to ring—just for luck. Samara checking out the Good Luck Bells in the snow at Hanazono 308 – Niseko Japan

Sep 272011
 

Stomping Ground Hanazono – Hokkaido’s No.1 Terrain Park & Half Pipe Hanazono Niseko has 4 awesome Terrain Parks and Hokkaido’s only FIS Half Pipe.

Competition FIS Half Pipe Hano Park – 2 big lines for the intermediate and advanced rider, a spacious park with great music pumping all day. Jib Park – lots of boxes and rails to hit after Hano Park. Beginners Park – plenty of beginner rails and boxes to get you started. Stairway to Heaven Easy Line – finish you perfect powder run by hitting the easy line. Layouts are changed every month. Hanazono in Nisekon has the biggest Terrain Park in Hokkaido

Sep 272011
 

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Sep 252011
 

Die Schule der Meditation bietet einen Einstieg in die Meditation mit umfangreichen Hintergrundinformationen zur Meditation. Wie meditiert man? Welche Ãœbungen gibt es? Warum sollte man meditieren? Alle Fragen rund um die Meditation werden hier beantwortet. Meditation dient dem Stressabbau und kann vielfältige gesundheitliche Störungen beheben. Dies wird mittlerweile durch diverse Studien belegt. Man gelangt zu mehr Ruhe und Gelassenheit, reduziert den Streß und kann sich besser konzentrieren. www.meditationschool.eu Meditieren lernen

Sep 252011
 

The Niseko area is known for some of the best off-piste powder skiing in the world. No other destination receives such consistently perfect powder. Niseko is a geographical magnet for weather systems delivering snow storms from the Siberian Peninsula and after filling with moisture on their way across the Sea of Japan these massive fronts collide and Hanazono in Niseko is the first place in their path dumping up to 16 metres of snow in a season… The water content of the snow is usually around 8% creating extremely light n fluffy powder snow. Skiing in Japanese Powder

Sep 252011
 

The Niseko area is known for some of the best off-piste powder boarding in the world. Niseko can receive up to 16 metres of snow in a season & No other destination receives such consistently perfect snow, because Niseko is a geographical magnet for weather systems delivering snow clouds from the Siberian peninsula. When these storms collide, after passing the Sea of Japan, Niseko is the first place in their path.The water content of the snow is usually less than 10% creating extremely light powder snow.

Niseko Japan is the second snowiest resort on the globe….

Sep 252011
 

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You could have the winter of your life with more fun than you could imagine. Picture yourself in getting paid to learn and improve your skiing & snowboard skills, win some great prizes and be at the center of this exciting promotion. The Winner will become the Face of the Hanazono Resort Niseko for the 2009/2010 winter season.

You will

* Present the Daily Video Snow Reports (Japanese). * Present a Weekly Video Blog about your Journey. * Professional coaching, your ski and snowboard skills will be worked on for the whole winter. * Coaching on your presentation skills. * Help with resort and sponsor promotions. * Meet lots of cool people. * Develop as a person and improve your English.

Prizes

* Ambassador as “The Face of Hanazono Japan” * 1,000,000 yen prize money. * Access to a ski or snowboard coach from to help you become an expert skier or rider – provided by Niseko International Snowsports School. * Ski or Snowboard Equipment from K2 Sports. * Clothing by Burton. * Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo – 2 night stay at the stunning hotel in Tokyo * Photo and Video Album of “Your winter” – provided by Niseko Photography. * Daily coffee by Lavazza and energy bars by Soyjoy. Do you love powder and are you after your dream Job in Niseko Japan

Sep 252011
 

Extremly dry, cold and consistent Siberian seasonal winds cross the Sea of Japan and dump around 16m of super dry powder on Niseko making it the second snowiest resort on the globe. Climb the peak of Niseko-Annupuri and ski some Deliciously Deep Powder all the way down to Hanazono in Niseko Japan…..On a clear day, this climb is rewarded with the ultimate ski or ride experience, where views from the Peak are truly awe-inspiring, spanning from the slopes of nearby Mt Yotei (the North Island’s answer to Mt Fuji) all the way to the ocean’s edge. Hanazono Niseko Japan recieves 16m of Fresh Super Dry Powder a year