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Morino Lodge – Hakuba Japan

Our years of being ski and snowboard fanatics have taken us to some pretty spectacular places. From the chutes of Chamonix to the back bowls of Whistler, from New Zealand’s southern Alps to Hokkaido’s pristine powder, there have been some pretty memorable moments. But none of them have made the lasting impression that Hakuba has! With the Northern Alps as the backdrop, Hakuba is blessed with an abundance of great terrain and an annual snowfall that’s simply ridiculous, providing an experience that’s nothing short of magical!

And we have a number of Hakuba`s best accommodation options in Hakuba`s premiere district; Wadano. Whether it`s a high-end deluxe chalet or the relaxed atmosphere of one of our lodges, we`ve got you covered. Great service, unsurpassed local knowledge, our mission is as facilitators, to help you attain the best Hakuba experience possible….& we deliver.

If it’s relentless powder in an exotic setting that you’re after, this place is second to none.

You best come check it out for yourself!!

Our Lodges

Our Lodges

Stay at one of our three Hakuba lodges including the flagship Morino Lodge, as well as the Wadano Lodge and Sekkasai Lodge.

Our Chalets

Our Chalets

We offer four chalets in Hakuba. The Alps View Chalet, Big Bear ChaletsOne Hakuba and the Morino Chalets.

About Hakuba

About Hakuba

Hakuba is a small village that sits in the folds of the Northern Alps in Japan’s Nagano prefecture. The village is dwarfed by the range of 3000m peaks surrounding it. It is one of the most beautiful places in Japan.

Skiing & Snowboarding

Skiing & Snowboarding

There are usually consistent powder conditions from mid December to mid March. On average it dumps 4 days out of every seven from mid December to mid March, meaning you rarely have to worry about icy runs and there’s always plenty of bottomless powder.