powderlife issue 32
AT 3776 m above sea level, Mount Fuji is not only the highest mountain in Japan, it’s also one of the most iconic in the world.
FRUIT picking, or as the Japanese translate it ‘fruit hunting’, is not only a fun activity to do with friends and family, it’s also a great way of acquiring some delicious fruit that you know is fresh, because you picked it.
HUNT the deadliest prey – the human – for fun in this tense and addictive sport.
NISEKO has been described as 'Asia's Boulder' with its excellent climate and training facilities drawing athletes from all over Asia.
AKARI is a wonderful luxurious chalet situated in East Hirafu, Niseko, which is designed by renowned Japanese
architect Kazuhiro Ishide.
The Rocks Strata, the second development of The Rocks project is a collection of six buildings housing 100 hotel condominium-style residences located at the top of Hirafu’s main street.
SKI-IN/SKI-OUT properties have their obvious perks, but residences on the outskirts of Hirafu are proving a popular choice for city dwellers.
ODIN is fast-becoming known for its boutique developments in Niseko.
PROFESSORS of science are typically viewed as a little eccentric.
TUCKED away behind tall snow banks on Route 343 sits ST Gallery, the home of beautiful Niseko inspired paintings and photographs.