Snow Tours Japan

Many of us don’t have the privilege of seeing lots of snow on regular basis. In many parts of many countries thick snow is something of rarity – even when there is some snow it tends to be a thin covering that you can’t really enjoy in the same way. And when it’s in our home town in this way then the snow becomes not something that we enjoy but something of a pest – it slows us down so that we can’t work, it causes accidents, it means that the shops and the schools are closed (to be fair the latter is a good thing for school children) and generally it is not an ‘enjoyable’ occasion. This is a shame as a thick layer of snow can be highly fun to experience – and this is the case when we go on holiday where we can enjoy Japan snow tours away from it all and in a setting where the snow doesn’t cause us any problems. It allows us to make snow balls and fight with one another, to build snow men, to leap into the snow and not get hurt, to laugh as we struggle to go up hill and generally it creates a great time. At the same time though getting to see the thick snow means that we get to see the beautiful layer of crystal white it creates – and it’s an amazing experience to be surrounded by glimmering ice and snow which catches the light and shines brightly as a result. When you meet other tourists walking through this winter wonderland, they will...

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