Hakuba ticks all boxes for families who want exceptional skiing trips with their kids. The village is just outside Nagano in the Japanese Alps; it hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics and is a renowned winter sports hub for skiing, snowboarding, and hiking. The ski jumping stadium remains and is at the base of the Happo-One resort. Hakuba has a lively apres-ski scene and rejuvenating hot springs. The ski resort is easy to get to from Hong Kong, Tokyo, and other Asian cities. Hakuba is well-established and offers a great range of accommodation, from a basic ryokan to a luxurious chalet or world-class hotel. Families flock from all over the continent to enjoy an array of winter sports, clean air, delicious food offerings, and endless family fun.