- Vist the Tokyo Sky Tree
- Daily ski and snowboard lessons plus gear hire
- Visit the snow monkeys at Nagano Temple
- Exquisite Japanese cuisine
Immerse your students in ancient Japanese traditions, expose them to modern culture, and ski the world's best powder snow. A ski trip to Japan will expose students to a new culture, help them improve their skiing and snowboarding ability, and encourage them to step outside their comfort zone.
On your trip to Japan, you can expect to improve your skiing or snowboarding ability, as well as learn more about Japan's unique culture. You will better understand Japan's ancient traditions and how they influence modern living. You will also get to sample traditional cuisine and improve your Japanese language skills.
Tokyo is Japan’s capital city and is well known for its restaurants, fashion, and technology. The unmissable digital neon billboards and towering sky scrapers are impressive feats of design, engineering, and construction, colouring the inner city streets 24/7. The advancement of technology sits nicely along side some of Japans oldest temples and sprawling public gardens, providing an interesting and unique visit for students on a school ski trip to Japan.
The Hakuba Valley was home of the 1998 Winter Olympics, it is famous around the world for great skiing, boasts some of the best resorts and has consistent snowfall all winter. Hakuba is a true alpine village with terrain to suit all students and is located in the spectacular Japanese Alps. For more than 70 years Hakuba has been providing skiers, snowboarders and outdoor enthusiasts the ideal conditions for an enjoyable winter experience. The best conditions can generally be found from December to late February, with March perfect for spring skiing and some of the resorts staying open until the first week of May.
A school trip to Japan will help students apply their Japanese language skills by interacting with local host families and experiencing Japanese culture. Students will have the opportunity to experience Japanese traditions and will be introduced to basic greetings and based on their own learning goals, can put their knowledge of the Japanese language into a practical environment.
"It is such a breeze organising a tour through EA. Their representatives are always friendly and keep you up-to-date and give you constant reminders of where you should be with organising your trip. In the busy schedule of a teacher, this is very handy. The tours are always value for money and the students come away with everlasting memories."
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