Skiing in Japan is a marked departure from hitting the slopes anywhere else. With feet upon feet of dry powder, skiers and snowboarders flock to Japan year after year. But, traveling to Japan with your bulky skis in tow can ruin your ski trip before it’s even begun. The solution? Ship your skis to Japan.
Avoid carrying, checking, and claiming baggage at the airport and arrive at your destination to find your skis and snowboard already at the slopes. Our guaranteed, on-time delivery is the easiest and most reliable way to ship skis to Japan. On your next trip, experience the ease of bag-free travel when you ship your skis ahead.
|Ship Skis||Everyone Else|
|White-Glove Customer Service||Exceptional customer service 7 days a week.||Deal with long hold times and lengthy calls.|
|Peace of Mind||Complimentary insurance on every shipment.||Pay additional fees for coverage.|
|On-Time Guarantee||Guaranteed on-time delivery.||Pay additional fees for upgrades.|
|Convenience||Door-to-door delivery. Travel light and avoid lines.||Waste time at baggage claim.|
|Safer to Use||No-contact pickups and deliveries.||Wait in long lines and crowds at the airport.|
At Ship Skis, we make getting your skis and winter gear to and from your destination easier than it's ever been.
Enjoy a hassle-free travel experience to anywhere in the world.
It's easy to ship your skis & snowboards with Ship Skis. Just pick your ski dates and schedule your shipment.
The shipping label will be emailed to you. Just print and securely attach it to your skis & snowboards.
We'll pick up your skis & snowboards or you can drop them off. Travel with ease and avoid baggage claim.
Your skis & snowboards are shipped to the resort or lodge ahead of your arrival. Time to shread snow!
Notorious for its powder bowls and backcountry slopes, Niseko Ski Resort is regarded by many as the top ski destination in Japan. The area features four different ski resorts and averages 50 feet of snow each season. Waist-deep powder and incredible views of Mt. Yotei continue to draw skiers and snowboarders to Niseko every season.
For equally as impressive powder with fewer crowds, Rusutsu Resort is the ideal destination. Rusutsu boasts an annual 600 inches of snowfall with 37 runs across 3 peaks. Its close proximity to the Pacific coast serves up several sunny days throughout the winter season and its incredible tree skiing and lift infrastructure give this resort extra points, too.
Most famous for hosting a handful of events in the 1998 Winter Olympics, Hakuba Happo-One Snow Resort is one of Japan’s most celebrated ski spots. Nestled in the northern Alps, Happo-One features massive expanses of skiable terrain, both groomed and backcountry. Off the slopes, the resort offers traditional Japanese dining, shops, and plenty of après ski festivities.
Sapporo Teine offers some of the most incredible skiing for a much more reasonable price as opposed to other Japanese resorts. The resort itself refrains from attracting large crowds but it is still easily accessible. Sapporo, the host of the 1972 Winter Olympics, boasts some of the steepest slopes in Japan along with incredible panoramic views.
Skiing at Shiga Kogen is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. The area itself consists of 18 different ski resorts that have combined to create the largest ski area in Japan. The area hosted a variety of events in the 1998 Winter Olympics and now boasts 51 lifts, almost 50 miles of ski trails, and plenty of ski-in/ski-out accommodations to complete your stay.
|Niseko Ski Resort||Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan|
|Rusutsu Resort||Hokkaido, Japan|
|Hakuba Happo-One Snow Resort||Hakuba, Japan|
|Sapporo Teine||Sapporo, Japan|
|Shiga Kogen Ski Area||Nagano Prefecture, Japan|
As a company of active skiers, we have experienced the hassles of traveling with your gear and understand how important these items are to you. Our team is available 7 days a week ready to help answer any questions or concerns you may have.