Japan By Tahlia Ingram


If you want to fly to Sapporo, Japan during the snow season it will cost you $1569 one-way for one adult, flying Japan Airlines, on the 18th January with one stopover.

Leaving Sydney Airport at 9:15 AM. Arriving at 5:00 PM at Narita and departing again at 6:45 PM to get to Japan at 8:35 PM on the 19th January.

On the 23rd of January you will be leaving Sapporo and heading on Japan Airlines departing at 7:50 AM and arriving in Tokyo at 9:35 AM 23rd of January for $154.

On the 2nd February you will be flying home on Singapore Airlines departing at 2:30 AM then arriving in Singapore at 9:15 AM. You then finally head home at 10:30 AM and get there at 9:20 PM $989.

Where is Sapporo?

Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island

Sapporo accommodation

Studio Resort at the One Niseko Resort Towers valued at $177 per night ($1,062 all up)

The studio resort is the perfect option for you because it gives you free breakfast, your own balcony and a large room at 47 m²/506 ft². This 3 & 1/2 star resort offers many opportunities such as Airport transfer, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, a hot spring bath and a 8 minute walk to the ski fields around the corner!

It also offers a beautiful view from your bedroom window of mountains and a breath taking landscape. You have your very own kitchen in your room so you can cook your own meals, but if you would rather you could go to the rooftop hotel restaurant and get your meal there. Your room has a free cancellation and is fully refundable.

The hotel offers laundry and room service and the hotel is kid friendly. Children aged 6 and under that are staying with an adult add no extra fee.

Where is Tokyo?

Tokyo officially Tokyo Metropolis, one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, has served as the Japanese capital since 1869.

Tokyo accommodation

Standard Twin Room at The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Shiodome valued at $313 per night ($2,817)

The standard twin room is great because it has a amazing view of Tokyo and you can cancel it any time fro free and you receive a full refund. It provides a luxurious spa and a free-use fitness centre. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. You can have a breakfast buffet before you go out and it is a 3 minute walk from Shinbashi and Shiodome stations.


Day One (19th)- Arrive at the airport. The hotel will pick you up. You will go to the hotel for the night.

Day Two (20th)- Pick up skis 4 mins from your accommodation for $131 or ¥10,700, you can get a snowboard from the same place for the same price. Go for a ski at Niseko and buy a 4-day lift pass for $320 or ¥26,000. If you need lessons a half day lesson (2 hrs) will cost you ¥9,000 or $110.50

Day Three (21st)- Take a 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive to go ski at Niseko ski fields

Day Four (22nd)- Go for another ski

Day Five (23rd)- Last day to ski

Day Six (24th)- Fly to Tokyo, Arrive at Tokyo

Day Seven (25th)- 8:00 start - 6:00 finish. Tickets around $48

Day Eight (26th)- Head over to Shibuya Crossing and look around there

Day Nine (27th)- Tokyo Disneyland. Which costs $275.90

Day Ten (28th)- Tokyo Disney Sea

Day Eleven (29th)- Tokyo Disneyland/Disney Sea

Day Twelve (30th)- Tokyo Disneyland/Disney Sea

Day Thirteen (1st)- Visit Mt Fuji, then climb its neighbouring mountain Mount Mitake

Day Fourteen (2nd)- Fly home at 2:30 PM

Total cost

For the whole trip it costs $7,476.40

The flights cost: $2,712

The activities cost: $885.40

The accomodation costs: $3,879


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