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Take to the slopes at Green Leaf Niseko Village

Posted: 17 January 2012
by Kate Donoughue

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Located at the foot of stunning Mount Annupuri, Green Leaf Niseko Village offers some of the best skiing in the world, with certified instructors on hand to teach the basics to both children and adults. For non-skiers, there are snowmobile adventure trips through forest trails, guided showshoe tours and reindeer sledging. And after an invigorating day, there is a first-class spa, with a range of holistic therapies, including shiatsu and Thai massage, or you can ease aching muscles in the steaming sodium-rich waters of the open-air onsen – relax in the warmth and enjoy the views as snow falls gently around you. Families can also dine on delicious local produce, with seafood a speciality here. Prices start from £249 for a family of four. 

For the top ten things to do with children in Tokyo, read The Joy Of Japan.

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