Asahidake Manseikaku Hotel Bearmonte

Asahidake, Hokkaido

Asahidake Manseikaku Hotel Bearmonte is the closest hotel to the powder heaven of Asahidake. It is
within a few minute walk of the ropeway!! Asahidake is the highest snow resort in Japan and has the
longest snow season in Japan.

The hotel has an European taste to it. The 100 % natural Onsen water is used for all the indoor / outdoor
Onsen spas. There are two different types of sauna (mist & dry) attached to the public bathrooms.
There is a family bathroom that you can use privately for one hour for 2,160 yen. (Please book it after
you check in.)

  • English speaking staff
  • laundry
  • restaurant
  • bar lounge
  • Onsen
  • rental equipment
  • tour bookings
  • check in 15:00 / check out 10:00


Western Twin Room accommodating 2-3 guests

Western twin room with private bathroom

Rates from 9,330 yen per person per night including breakfast & dinner.

Weekdays twin / triple share9,330 yen per person per night
Saturday & holidays twin / triple share11,490 yen pen person per night
Peak season (12/27 - 1/3)Please ask.



Japanese Tatami Room accommodating 4 - 5 guests 

Japanese tatami room & private ensuite

Rates from 8,790 yen per person per night including breakfast & dinner

Weekdays quad / five share
8,250 yen per person per night
Saturdays quad / five share10,410 yen per person per night
Peak season (12/27 - 1/3)Please ask.



Family Room with Loft accommodating 3 - 4 guests

Western style family room with 2 single beds downstairs & upstairs loft accommodating another
2 guests.

Rates from 8,790 yen per person per night including breakfast & dinner

Weekdays triple / quad share9,330 yen per person per night
Saturdays & holidays triple / quad share11,490 yen  per person per night
Peak season (12/27 - 1/3)Please ask.

*8 % sales tax and 150 yen Onsen tax is included.

  • closest chairlift - Asahidake Ropeway - 100 m
  • train station - Asahikawa - 40 km
  • bus stop - 100 m

Check the sister hotel Asahidake Manseikaku Hotel Deervalley.



Mid Feb 2017

We had a great time at Asahidake!

Lucky enough to have a clear day when we had skins to ski up around the vents. Then new snow on 3 mornings. One day blown out!

Still enjoy Bearmonte, with great onsen and very attentive staff. We would comment that the special food they bring, as a long term guest, is sometimes not as good as just on the Buffet. A lot of crab claws were wasted, and some extra main courses were left abandoned, in favour of buffet.

Cheers, Tony



Mid Feb 2017

Once again we loved Hotel Bearmonte - it was so nice and close to the slopes and every night we looked forward to luxuriating in the Onsen to revive ready for the next day. It was great they had a new ski shop together with snow shoes so that when the rope way was closed we could go for a shuffle.  Food was very good as well - though we all tended to eat too much.

Thanks again for your organisation - everything went smoothly.





Late Jan 2016

The transport was waiting for us!

Many thanks and we loved Asahidake. We’ll go again!

Thanks for your help.



Mid February 2014

Asahidake & Hotel Bearmonte were definitely the highlight of our trip to Japan

The hotel, staff, food, onsen and conditions on the mountain could not have been better. 

I included a photo of Toshi our guide. His professionalism, local knowledge, helpfulness, equipment, and patience made
our day on the mountain with him memorable.  

Please remind your western guests that the onsen changes sides daily for men and women.  One of our crew did not
know this took a left into the onsen just like the previous day. The women in the onsen had a good laugh when he
started to step into the onsen buck naked,ha!!. 

Below are some shots from my trio

Dennis Purcell




"Asahidake Hotel Bearmonte was excellent. 

Location near cable way was perfect for skiing. 

Rooms were comfortable, clean and warm. 

Breakfasts and dinner at the restaurant were very good.

Onsen was great!

Highlight, however, was attentiveness and service by the staff. For example we bought a bottle of 
sake for our group to drink in a room one night and as we were getting into the lift one of the staff ran 
over and gave us 5 sake glasses forus to use.".
By Graeme







Mountain Statistics

Height 1600 m   % Snowboarders  
Max snow last year  cm   % Skiers  
No. of runs   % Beginner runs
No. of chairlifts   % Intermediate runs 50 
Snow park no    % Advanced runs 50 
Childcare no       

Resorts close by  
Closest train station Asahikawa - 1 hour by car 
Closest bus staion  
Closest town Asahikawa 
Closest major city Asahikawa-city 
Closest international airport New Chitose Airport 
Official resort web site  
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