The importance of an experienced snowsports instructor

Hokkaido Ski Club Instructor with guests in Rusutsu

The importance of an experienced snowsports instructor With combined teaching experience of almost 20 years as both a snowsports instructor (snowboard and ski) and violin teacher, Hokkaido Ski Club’s COO and ski/snowboard instructor, Anthea Hung, provides insight on why having an experienced instructor for your ski or snowboard lesson is so important.  With combined teaching […]

Interview with Max Giutronich

Max Giutronich has been a ski and snowboard instructor, and guide with Hokkaido Ski Club since the company’s opening day. Hailing from Australia but now a Japanese local, Max is one of Niseko’s leading snowboard coaches. He has many former students who are now professional athletes competing internationally across various disciplines, including freestyle and boardercross. […]

Renting VS Buying equipment

Rental vs Buying personal equipment Is it better to rent your ski equipment on location, or are you better off buying your own gear? It is a tough question, and it really depends on several variables. Did you know that it can still be beneficial to rent gear, even if you have already purchased a […]

Preparations for winter without going to the gym

Top 5 training secrets to having the best winter holiday with Hokkaido Ski Club Would you like to get the most out of your lessons with Hokkaido Ski Club? Skiing and snowboarding are physical activities. Doing some exercises before your winter holiday can really benefit the progression you can make during your time with us. […]