Hit the slopes in Hokkaido, Japan
Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island is a skier’s utopia. Each winter, the town is blanketed in an average of 191 inches of pristine powder. And there’s nowhere better to ski than Niseko, the area’s largest ski resort—which also happens to have the most consistent snowfall. The best part? Honeymooners can stay mountainside at Niseko Northern Resort. Inside the hotel, visitors will find a plethora of fine amenities including a full spa, dining, and natural hot springs.
Where to stay: Niseko Northern Resort
What to do: Ski at Niseko
Best time to go: January-MarchBack to top