Niseko is a mountainous region of Hokkaido, Japanís northernmost island. Niseko receives on average 14 meters of snow, most of which falls as light, dry powder.
Hakuba is a ski area located around 300 kilometres west of Tokyo. It is home to nine resorts, including 135 lifts accessing over 200 runs. It also receives over 10 meters of snow per year - if that doesnít float your powder boards, we donít know what will!
Rhythm Japan has the most comprehensive range of ski and snowboard rental equipment in Japan. Both their Niseko and Hakuba stores are packed with the latest gear, along with skis and boards to suit the standard of each customer. And, most importantly, renting with them is super easy. They have been in operation since 2005. During these years, the business has grown to become one of Japanís leading snow sports stores, known for providing excellent customer service along with the latest in premium snow sports equipment.
Rhythmís aim is to provide customers with the best possible equipment and service. They offer gear thatís perfect for everyone from beginner to expert riders, backcountry explorers, those who prefer the groomed runs and even those who donít intend on hitting the lifts at all. Each and every staff member at Rhythm has a love for snow and all that Japanís winter months have to offer. They are all friendly experts who want to share their knowledge and extreme level of happiness with their customers.
Why rent with Rhythm Japan?