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Hakuba Japan

Hakuba, located in the Nagano prefecture of Japan, is a popular tourist destination known for its beautiful mountain landscapes and world-renowned ski resorts. The area is home to nine ski resorts, and the most popular are Happo-one, Goryu-Toomi, and Tsugaike Kogen. Each resort offers a variety of slopes and terrain for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, as well as rental equipment and ski lessons.

In the summer months, Hakuba transforms into a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The area is home to a variety of hiking and biking trails, including the famous Hakuba Norikura Skyline, which offers stunning views of the Japanese Alps. Visitors can also go rafting, canyoning, rock climbing, and paragliding.

Hakuba also offers a rich cultural experience, visitors can take a dip in the hot spring (Onsen) or visit the traditional towns in the surrounding area such as the historic town of Otari, known for its thatched-roof houses and traditional Japanese architecture.

Dining in Hakuba is a unique experience, with a variety of traditional Japanese, Chinese, and Western restaurants. Visitors can enjoy local specialties such as soba noodles, which are made from buckwheat and are a Nagano prefecture specialty.

Overall, Hakuba is a great destination for those who enjoy outdoor activities and skiing. With its beautiful mountain landscapes, world-renowned ski resorts, and a variety of summer activities, Hakuba is a destination that can be enjoyed year-round.

Note: Hakuba is a winter sports destination and ski resorts usually open around December to April depending on snowfall.

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