I’m getting a load more Ezopow tshirts printed. In the same design as this one, but on a black tshirt. You have the choice of a white logo, or a pink logo. They’re on a good quality shirt, and yours for Y2,000! I’m more than happy to send them anywhere in Japan (Y200) or overseas. (I’ll confirm a price for international postage)
Sizes XS to XL available. (I’m 5’8 or 172cm, and the tee I’m wearing in the photo above is a Medium)
I also have some Ezopow stickers, so I’ll chuck one of those in too for the first few orders!
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested!
私はこれからもっとEzopow Tシャツを注文します。この画像と同じデザインですが、黒のTシャツで白いロゴまたはピンクを希望可能です。¥2,000ですが良品質です。このTシャツを国内（Y200）と海外に送れることをうれしく思います （国際送料の料金は確認します）。 Paypal とかお振込み OK です
Good morning snow!
November 14th 2014
Finally, we’re getting the first real snowfall in Iwamizawa (and all across Hokkaido.) It snowed through last night and is continuing now. About 10cm has accumulated. If the forecast is correct and it continues for the next few days, we might get some skiing in somewhere this coming weekend….
Skis are waxed and ready, season passes are bought, winter tyres are on the car. All we need is more snow!
Getting stoked for the coming ski season
Our Season Passes arrived in the mail at the weekend. Usually we’d go up to Teine to pick them up in person, but because we pre-paid for them at the end of last season, they were sent directly to us. We also got 10,000 yen’s worth of food tickets, so that’s about 10 katsu-currys or omu-rices!
We’ll still be heading to Teine this weekend for a hike, which is kind of a pre season ritual. The stoke is building, there’s snow on the peaks of a few mountains around Hokkaido now. It won’t be long….
Mount Racey Powder Day
Feb 1st 2014
We had planned to go to Teine on Saturday, but the forecast had strong winds which we thought might close the upper lifts. So we decided to go to Racey, which is more sheltered from the weather. As soon as we arrived, we realised we’d made a good decision. Probably 30cm of fresh snow had fallen overnight, ontop of a load of untouched snow from the previous snowfall. We lapped the gondola, finding new lines filled with deep light snow.
After a late lunch we hit the park for an hour or so. It’s starting to look really decent with 2 very nice sized kickers and some creative jibs. I’m looking forward to a few sunny park days over there in March.
Racey isn’t a particularly well known ski area, especially with foreigners. So when it does snow, there’s never any competition for fresh tracks. It’s not huge, but it has some really decent lines and bowls if you know where to go. It’s a real hidden gem, but don’t tell anyone!
Christmas in the UK
Spending a couple of weeks in the UK.
Back to Hokkaido on January 6th