Working Holiday Visa Japan

Japanense Visa

Your step-by-step guide to submitting your Working Holiday Visa Japan Application… Okay! So you’ve decided to head to Japan for whatever reason and you now need to figure out how to get a Visa for a country where you don’t speak and can’t read the language. Don’t stress! Japan is one of the easier countries to obtain a working holiday visa for, and best of all, the application is FREE! How to apply Before applying, make sure you are eligible. Japanese working holiday visas are available to nationals of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom, […]

Need a Babysitter in Niseko?

Babysitting in Niseko

“HELP! I need a Babysitter in Niseko!” Lucky for you, there are friendly and reliable child-minding services in Niseko who will take care of your children while you enjoy a fun filled day on the slopes or treat yourself to a night out on the town. During my previous seasons ski instructing in Niseko, I was asked on an almost daily basis if I knew of any babysitter’s available for that evening. With the increase in popularity and family orientation of the resort, demand for evening babysitting is at an all time high. Realising a business opportunity and capitalising on her […]

5 tips for First Timers in Japan

Temples and Trees

So, your all booked and off to Japan? You won’t regret it… Before you leave, it’s a good idea to educate yourself on what you can do to make your trip a little more enjoyable. Here are our Top 5 Tips for first timer’s. LANGUAGE You don’t speak Japanese, but you want to visit Japan? Don’t stress, this is not a problem. Japanese people are extremely friendly and welcoming. Regardless of your language abilities, you’re still going to have a great time. We do recommend you be prepared with a few greetings and important phrases. Not only will any attempt […]

When to Visit Niseko

Hirafu's night lights

So you’ve heard the word “Japow” thrown around and you want to get a piece of it. Knowing when to visit can make all the difference to your holiday experience. There is no denying that Niseko is infamous for it’s winter playground and copious amounts of snowfall during the Northern Winters. Generally speaking, you can ski in Niseko, from the end of November until the first week in May. The main season however will run from mid December until the end of March (dependent on snow conditions). The main season is when you can expect the mountain and village to […]