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2011/12 Who, When, Where? - A Definitive J-List

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OK, I have cruised through previous threads and started to gather details on who's going where for the 11/12 season. I figure it would be easier for folks to hook up with other SJ'ers (if they want to) if the details were all in one place. Thank you to previous thread starters and to a poster on another forum whose layout I have shamelessly copied (thanks Smitty)

 

This list is just the start so please feel free to add names, dates, edit or change your details by posting on this thread and I will keep it updated regularly.

 

Myoko Kogen

Snowjunky: 02 - 09 Feb

Ausi Ski Bum: Dec

 

Shiga Kogen

Snowjunky: 14 - 21 Feb

Ausi Ski Bum: Dec (Xmas) & Jan

 

Hakuba

Pony Rider: 5 days Feb

Ski: 5 days

Griller: 5 days

Tropical Pow

Scblurlt:

 

Niseko

Roscoe: 06 - 16 Feb

Scblurlt

Snowhuntress: 14 days

ratherb@thesnow:

Fonty: 15 - 29 Jan

Igloo: 5 days

 

Rusutsu

ratherb@thesnow: 5 days

Surfarther: 19 - 26 Jan

Igloo: 5 days

 

Furano

Surfarther: 14 - 19 Jan

Snowhuntress: 14 days Feb

 

Nozawa Onsen

Pony Rider: 5 days

Ski: 5 days

 

Madarao Kogen

Snowjunky: 09 - 14 Feb

 

Kagura/Naeba/Yuzawa

 

Other - Feel free to add other locations

 

All Over the Place

Muikamachi

Maestro

Metabo Oyaji

Ippy

Tubby Beaver

 

Hopefully this is a growing list to give heart to the Japanese operators. Who knows it may even help some order in extra supplies if say, the Brits and Scots all hit the one area at the same time :cheers:

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Dunno about keeping you quiet nads, you are top author :typing:

But yeah i guess you guys living in japan will be all over the place so should be included

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Who knows it may even help some order in extra supplies if say, the Brits and Scots all hit the one area at the same time :cheers:

Scotland's still part of Great Britain, last I heard.

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Nothing firm yet but expect four to five Hokkaido trips of three to five days each between mid-December and end-February, at least two of them to Niseko and one each to Rusutsu & Kiroro.

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Hokkaido, based out of Niseko and renting a vehicle if I can get others to share the cost for small road trips and keen to check out other resorts possibly hire guides?

Dec 29 - Jan 27, then back again Feb 9 - Feb 17,

Then all over the place around Honshu every other Thur and Fri up until end of April.

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Not sure if I'll be able to get over at all this coming season. So much to do in the new business that I'm not sure if I'll be able to have more than a day off here and there for the next 12 or so months. We'll see...

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If I am in Japan again it will be Niseko with a lot of trips all over Hokkaido. I'd love to ride with anyone who's out there from Dec-March or so. I'd be happy to show around what little I know of the area!

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Who knows it may even help some order in extra supplies if say, the Brits and Scots all hit the one area at the same time :cheers:

Scotland's still part of Great Britain, last I heard.

 

 

:naughty: and I was JUST starting to like you......

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Most days on Happo. Some days at either Goryu/47, Tsugaike or Cortina

A few trips to Nozawa, Shiga & Naeba

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All over the place, but hopefully Hakuba in January, February in either Zao or Niseko and March perhaps Yuzawa with a few day trips here and there.

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OK, First update made to the list. Check the first post for updated version.

Thanks for the response so far. :thumbsup:

Those that don't have set dates yet let me know when you do & I will plug them in.

I would like to be in the 'all over the place' category one day :worship:

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Who knows it may even help some order in extra supplies if say, the Brits and Scots all hit the one area at the same time :cheers:

Scotland's still part of Great Britain, last I heard.

 

 

:naughty: and I was JUST starting to like you......

 

ha, Tubby, was that directed to me or that swarthy bloke?

Did you want to be called a Brit?

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Edited your tag, snowjunky - presumed you mean "holiday" not "noliday" ;)

 

I'll be in Furano for a week and after that as much as possible in and around Nagano, Niigata and Gunma,

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Who knows it may even help some order in extra supplies if say, the Brits and Scots all hit the one area at the same time :cheers:

Scotland's still part of Great Britain, last I heard.

 

 

:naughty: and I was JUST starting to like you......

 

ha, Tubby, was that directed to me or that swarthy bloke?

Did you want to be called a Brit?

 

Aha, I thought as much.

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Thanks for that Pete, I don't have any time left for 'nolidays'

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Teine's gonna be my main stomping ground. Will have the K Winter pass so I'll also be down at Rusutsu regularly. But I'll road tripping round to other hills throughout the winter.

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