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Old 11-03-2011, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Room available for the season in Niseko - amazing location

I'm renting a two bedroom house in Niseko this winter. I'll be in Niseko on my own, so I'm looking for someone to rent the second bedroom.

Here's all the details: Dave's house in Niseko (room available)

You can contact me: dave (at) davidbrophy (dot) com
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks seriously awesome dude! Good luck with finding someone. Looks like one hell of a spot to spend a season!
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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yea I would die to join you for those four months, unfortunately I cannot work remotely. That looks like 4 months in heaven!!! Good luck!!
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yea I would die to join you for those four months, unfortunately I cannot work remotely. That looks like 4 months in heaven!!! Good luck!!
if only i didn't have a girlfriend...
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if only i didn't have a girlfriend...
Ahhhhhh come on, I'm married now and that isn't holding me back
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Damn, that both sounds and looks sick. One of these years I'm gettig over there to ride. I have friends who are permanently stationed there, and I have friends who just go over for work occasionaly. If I had a fat pocket full of cash, I'd pack up the kid and head out. Unfortunately, I do not. My kid gets to keep speaking english for now.
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:56 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Looks like you have a sweet place set up there. I live in Kyoto. Been here for 10 years but I'm a Brit too.

What are your stats and your boards?

Unless you have some big twin boards you might struggle a little in the BC around there. Even on piste after and during a big dump you might want a more directional board. You can always borrow a board from a local shop for the day when it gets super deep. They are pretty chill about it and if you become friends they will hook you up regardless of if you have any interest in buying the board.
If you want to do lots of powder riding it might be worth getting a deck before you go as they are twice the price in Japan.

I hope you find someone to go halves with you but if not there are quite a lot of people who come on this site looking for a place to stay for a week or two in Niskeo. 3 or 4 thousand per person per night would be a good deal for both of you.
Of course you might want to make sure they are not party animals and destroy your house.

Enjoy the Hokkaido winter.
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looks... so... good.......................
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Old 11-22-2011, 03:42 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'd join you if I could, but my job does not allow me the liberty of living on a separate continent for four months at a time.

Too bad... I speak the local lingo :-/
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