Japan Journals episode 3: Night moves with nocturnal ninjas

Japan Journals is a snowboarding web series based out of the fluffy depths of Japan’s snow covered wilderness. When the sun goes down, you usually put your feet up right? Not when you’re in Niseko, Japan on the Northern Island of Japan. This is when the lights come on and the shredding begins!

Episode 3 is a full night episode! Featuring Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Connor Harding, Alex Stewart and Dane Tiene as they take night riding to another level – riding the deepest snow earth has on offer, in the middle of the night! An array of portable lights unlock locations and features that have never been seen at night before.
This episode will leave you hankering for powder and have you wondering why you aren’t in Japan making the most of the deep stuff.

MUSIC
SONG: Shutters (instrumental)
ARTIST: Large LIVE’n’DIRECT

Published by Brightmind music
Brightmind Music

Japan Journals is made possible by the kindness of our sponsors.
Rhythm Snow Sports Niseko – skihirejapan.com
Mint Tours – minttours.com
Burton Snowboards – burton.com
Mons Royale – monsroyale.com
3CS Outerwear – 3csouterwear.com
Candygrind – candygrind.com
Outdoor Japan -outdoorjapan.com
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