February Bliss in Rusutsu, Japan…

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Japan’s north isle of Hokkaido is likely the snowiest place on Earth.  Cold winds come off Siberia, pick up moisture crossing the Sea of Japan then that moisture comes down as relentless snow once it hits Hokkaido’s mountains.

Hokkaido is cold, snowy, and full of ski resorts.  Nobody talks about Rusutsu, which is exactly why you should go there.  NImbus has been coming to Rusutsu for a few years now and this year they spent 2 1/2 weeks here.

Our buddies over at SnowLocals.com put this joint together while filming at Rusutsu in February and it’s enough to make you book you flight now.

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