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Revel in Japan’s legendary powder by skiing – and sleeping – in the shadow of Olympians. A string of ski resorts are scattered over the peaks of the Hakuba Valley, host of the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. An annual snowfall that tops 11 meters grants plenty of chances for a powder day, but the region also snags more sunshine than other Japanese ski resorts. Whether you’re looking for a traditional stay with a hot spring or western-style lodgings, book one of our top recommendations below.