Top 5 ski resorts and ski resorts recommended, come and join the big winter event!

Furano Ski Resort

Hokkaido’s Furano Skiing is the same powder as Sapporo International Ski Resort and is perfect for beginners. Although Furano is not as well known for its skiing, that’s why it’s less crowded and less crowded! If you’re like me and hate crowds, and want to ski with ease, choose Furano! Furano has been voted one of the top ten ski resorts in Japan, has hosted many international events and is well-equipped and complete.

Tokyu Tamabara Ski Resort

Gunma Tamabara Ski Resort is quite close to downtown Tokyo and can be visited on the same day, making it one of the popular ski resorts. Although the ski area is small, the facilities are well equipped and it is more suitable for beginners and intermediate skiers, and beginners this can also enjoy the long ski runs. The Kids Garden for children’s sledding also has a conveyor belt hiking trail to make it easier for adults to play.

GALA Yuzawa Ski Resort

GALA Yuzawa Ski Resort is one of the most popular ski resorts in the suburbs of Tokyo, and is one of the designated practice areas for international skiers. If you are an experienced skier, we recommend the South Zone. There is a lift to the top of the mountain, where you can enjoy the view from the bottom, as well as a special area for snow tubing and sledging, which is a great place for children to kill time.

Prince’s Grand Hotel Ski Resort

If you’re heading to Tokyo in winter, you can’t miss Karuizawa, located in the suburbs of Tokyo! Karuizawa is not only a popular skiing destination in Japan, it is also a popular holiday destination for Japanese people, and an outlet option if you don’t want to ski! If you don’t want to ski, you can also go to Karuizawa for 3 days and 2 nights, so you can ski, travel and go to the outlet!

Snowtown Yeti

Snowtown Yeti is a popular ski resort with Mount Fuji as its backdrop. It was one of the first outdoor ski resorts in Japan to open and offers a great view of Mount Fuji while skiing, with ski slopes for beginners to advanced skiers and a snow play area for children. If you like snowboarding, don’t miss the Bounce Zone, where there are jumps, boxes and rails for you to challenge!

Mt Fuji Skiing Day Trip】Mount Fuji Futameshi Snowman Ski Resort & Gotemba Outlet Mall or Nikkei Onsen Experience|Tokyo
Ski and snow tubing experience at Mt Fuji Futagome Yeti Ski Resort with Chinese or English speaking staff. On a clear day, you can see Mt Fuji and Suruga Bay from the upper part of the ski slope, which is a perfect spot to hit the slopes!

We have introduced ski resorts that are mainly for beginners and are easily accessible from Tokyo and the Sendai Hills area, so you can easily fit skiing into your trip to Japan! Even if you look all over Japan, it’s hard to find a place that’s suitable for beginners.

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