Muse Niseko

Niseko Grand Hirafu, Hokkaido

Prices
from ¥40,000 Per night
Guests
1 - 9
Includes
accommodation
Rooms
Studio Apartment, 1 Bedroom Apartment, 2 Bedroom Apartment, 3 Bedroom Apartment, 4 Bedroom Apartment

Located on the main street splitting the Upper and Lower village, MUSE Niseko is within touching distance of everything in Hirafu. It boasts immediate access to a variety of restaurants, bars, retail stores, and is a short 5 minute stroll to the Ace Family Chairlift.


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Shikinoyado Kawahiro

Shikinoyado Kawahiro

Nozawa Onsen, Nagano
Prices from
¥7,000 Per person per night
Guests
1 - 6
Includes
Accommodation & breakfast
Room Types
A traditional Japanese style accommodation located right behind the Nagasaka Gondola station. An authentic Japanese restaurant and a rental shop for your convenience.

Shikinoyado Kawahiro Guest Reviews

 

 

 

Late Feb 2017

My son previously had a ski accident and after two hours of travel to Nozawa he really needed to rest. Sam at Shikinoyado was very helpful and able to accommodate us straight away, which I appreciated very much. The location is excellent for skiers so that you don’t need to walk around the hilly town in ski boots.

Adrian


 

 

 

Late January 2017

Our time in Nazawo onsen was fantastic. Kawahiro was great and the total Japanese immersion that we wanted. A bonus was that it is located by the gondola. 

Thanks,
Marita 
 
 
Early January 2015

We LOVED Nozawa. Love the ski in ski out accommodation. The only downside of Kawahiro is the smoking in the foyer which can travel up to the rooms. Next time we will request 100% non smoking.

We prefered the wider runs as 3 of us board and the others ski. This was only the second time the kids have skied and they did 10 days straight which was impressive. I would like to book 3 of them in for a lesson on our first day this next time. We really enjoyed the cultural experience when we travel. 

Loved Tokyo too as you can see we took kids to zoo and we also went to the sumo tournament which we all throughly enjoyed.

We flew direct with jetstar last time and stayed overnight at the Airport hotel and then traveled the following day which was great.  

Next year we were thinking 5 days skiing in one place and 5 days skiing in another then back toward Tokyo for 2-3 days before heading home. Would love to see the Geisha museum,  Hiroshima and anything else you recommend. Thanks in advance for next year..

Rhonda Davies


 

 


Early January 2015

Kawahiro could not be closer to the Nagasaka Gondola (a few metres?).Definitely ski in and ski out and it made it very easy for our family to come in from the slopes whenever and head out skiing multiple times throughout the day if needed.

It is further from the main street for restaurant dinners though and the walk back up is steep-ish and can feel long if it is snowing heavily and you are trudging up with a full belly. We have tried the onsite restaurant set dinner (hot pot) and it was yummy but probably better for adults who can appreciate the large and complicated array of dishes, rather than kids (we asked for the more basic katsu don for the boys). Japanese breakfast is included (we also had cornflakes and milk with ours - possibly only included for foreigners?), which was a great novelty at the start but there were days when we probably just felt like toast! :)

The place is very traditional Japanese with tatami mats that can take some getting used to if you prefer softer beds. There is a clean and spacious onsen on site and while we also explored the village onsens, the onsite onsen (open from 4-10pm) made it very convenient if we didn't feel like heading out till dinner.

If you are looking for a ski lodge then this is not the place for you as other than the onsen and a smoking area on the ground floor, there is really no common areas to hang out in other than your actual room. Our room was a relatively spacious one for our family of 5 on the 3rd floor (the stairs will keep you fit!). Bathrooms are shared and the staff will give you a daily supply of hot water thermos for making tea etc.

This last one is looking out from our window!

Your service - top notch and smooth as usual. We will contact you next time we are in Japan again. :)

Nozawa the resort - even better than last time as there was more snow and lifts open (we were spring skiing in late March on our first visit). Hope this helps. :)

Cheers Mel


 

 

"Was honestly one of the best holidays I have ever had!

A perfect mix of a new exciting cultural experience, and some of the best powder I have ever ridden!!!!!

Accommodation was great, Authentic Japanese accomodation, within meters of main Nozawa gondola. Nice clean accomodation. Authentic rooms (small, with futon beds).

Breakfast authenic Japanese (takes some getting used to, but proivdes plenty of energy for big day on the slopes!).

Extremely close to nagasaka gondola, and 10min walk down hill to town.

Shared onsen bathroom (no private showers, again takes bit of getting used to, but the heat and healing of onsen water is well worth it!).

Good accomodation for the price. ). Already saving the pennies for a trip back there next year"

By Dale

 

 

"Traditional ryokan that was great to experience, 1 minute form the chairlift, 

very traditional food( may not want to eat it everday), tatami room (being a western person I would have liked a seat)but it was all part of it."

By Pete

 

 

 

 
Ryokan Jon Nobi

Ryokan Jon Nobi

Nozawa Onsen, Nagano
Prices from
¥11,700 Per person per night
Guests
1 - 5
Includes
Accommodation & breakfast
Room Types
A recently renovated Japanese style accommodation. A short walk to the Yu-road (a flat escalator to be connected to Hikage Gondola). JON NOBI means "RELAX". JON NOBI at our onsen! JON NOBI at our modern Japanese style bar after skiing/boarding!

Ryokan Jon Nobi guest reviews

 

 

 
 
 
Late January 2017

We loved our time in Japan thank you Hisae.  Your assistance with bookings was very efficient and helped make the process seamless. We really enjoyed our stay at Ryokan Jon Nobi and the staff and locals we encountered throughout Nozawa Onsen were friendly, efficient and helpful. We would definitely recommend a stay for families. And importantly, the snow was incredible!

A couple of pics attached for you.

Thank you again Hisae for your help in making our trip so enjoyable.

Regards,
Alison


 
 
Late December 2015

Ryokan Jonnobi is ideal for a family who want to experience Japanese style accommodation, in the heart of Nozawa Onsen village. Great location, handy to shops and cafes, and very close to the Yu Road [a travelator “road”] which delivers you to the Hikage ski trail. 

Our 2 rooms accommodated our family of 6 comfortably, in tatami rooms with ensuites. The staff were friendly and helpful. The breakfast was extensive, catering for both Japanese and western foods experiences. Jonnobi has 2 hot spring rooms which are open to the public, as well as 2 private hot spring rooms for exclusive use by the guests; the latter 2 are open to the sky, so that the snow fell languidly through the opening onto our steaming bodies – a great thrill. Jonnobi ticked all our boxes. 

The Hikage ski trail was a great family place, well organized with good instructors, ski equipment hire and plenty of eating choices. 

 The staff of Japan Snow Accommodation [read Hisae] gave great tips in the planning stages of our visit. eg. Take the bullet train from Tokyo to Iiyama Station and a bus from there to Nozawa Onsen village. 

Ryokan Jonnobi is a 5 minute walk from the bus station. The whole experience satisfied all members of our family aged 10 to 74 years.

 Laila


 

 

Mid January 2015

Many  thanks for all your time and assistance with booking our Nozwa Onsen experience staying at Jon Nobi Ryokan.  We found the accommodation at Jon Nobi very warm, quiet, with comfortable beds after a full day of skiing and the breakfast selection of Asian and western foods each morning contained plenty of choice for both adults and children. 

There were two private onsens that could be used exclusively plus a male and female onsen open for all to use.  These were all kept very clean and neat.  Toiletries and hair dryers were also supplied in the private and public onsen areas that added a lovely touch.  Kimonos and slippers were also supplied in our rooms for going to and from the onsens which were quite a novelty for the children.

Jon Nobi is situated in a great location  at the top of the town and such an easy walk to the ski field via the moving walkway (Yu Road travelator).  A huge plus at the end of each day was the ability to leave our skis at the St. Anton Ski hire rooms.  This made the end of a long day skiing with kids so much more pleasurable than having to cart skis and poles back to our accommodation. 

The slopes at Nozwa Onsen are great for families wanting to ski together and there is a variety of slopes depending on your skill level and ability with plenty of connecting lifts.  There was also a large children's play park at the base of the slopes near St. Anton ski hire centre with rubber tyres and sleds that the children could use.

The only issues we had whilst in Nozwa Onsen was that the Ryokan style of accommodation was probably a bit too small to  accommodate a family of 4 all with ski clothing to dry at the end of each day in our room plus all of our luggage. If there had been a drying room on the premises we would have had more room to move. In saying this, we wanted to try the Ryokan style of accommodation to experience a more traditional Japanese style of accommodation.  Knowing the layout of a Ryokan and taking into consideration the amount of stuff we all had, we should have booked two rooms side by side.  

The only other disappointing issue was as a guest of Jon Nobi we thought that we would have been able to dine in the restaurant at least one night during our stay, however we were told that the restaurant was fully booked during our stay.  We since found out that the bookings were from people staying else where and not at Jon Nobi.  We thought as guests staying at the Ryokan, we would have had first option to restaurant bookings.  That was a bit sad Emoji.

However, the overall experience was wonderful and we enjoyed staying in a different location for part of our holiday.  Many thanks again Hisae for all your assistance and for making our holiday in Nozwa Onsen very enjoyable.


Regards
Colleen Wyer

Australia






 

 
Akakura Hotel & Annex

Akakura Hotel & Annex

Myoko, Niigata
Prices from
¥7,300 Per person per night
Guests
2 - 4
Includes
Accommodation & breakfast
Room Types
The Akakura area, home to hotels, restaurants and shops and just seconds on foot from the Akakura Onsen Ski Area. Enjoy fine food while staying in our guest rooms. We offer Western, Japanese and combination rooms, which are each equipped with bath & washlet toilet.

Akakura Hotel & Annex guest reviews

 


 

Late Deecember 2015

Akakura Hotel & Annex (Myoko)

The trip was great - although snow a lot less in the backcountry! Hotel was great for the family stay and service was great. 

Cheers Matt

 

 

 

Asahidake Manseikaku Hotel Bearmonte

Asahidake Manseikaku Hotel Bearmonte

Asahidake, Hokkaido
Prices from
¥9,330 Per person per night
Guests
1 - 5
Includes
Accommodation, breakfast & dinner
Room Types
The closest accommodation to the Asahidake ropeway. There are indoor/outdoor Onsen bathes to sooth your body after a long day skiing/boarding.

Hotel Manseikaku Bearmonte guest reviews

 

 

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.

Cheers
JUlie

 

 

 

Late Jan 2016

The transport was waiting for us!

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

Thanks for your help.

Regards, 
Tony

 

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

Sincerely,
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

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Hakkoda Hotel

Hakkoda Hotel

Hakkoda, Aomori
Prices from
¥12,400 Per person per night
Guests
1 - 3
Includes
accommodation & breakfast
Room Types
High class luxurious hotel. Complimentary lift to/from Hakkoda Ropeway station (6.5 km) every day. Complimentary use of the famous Sukayu Onsen and free shuttle between Sukayu Onsen Ryokan and the hotel. Gourmet restaurant.

Hakkoda Hotel guest reviews

Hakkoda Hotel

 

Mid Jan 2016

I really enjoyed staying at the Hakkoda Hotel for a couple of nights. 

It feels more like a lodge than a hotel, with a large lounge area that is perfect for reading or couch surfing (free wifi), spacious western style rooms and a friendly but professional staff.  

The Japanese breakfasts were excellent (western breakfast also available), as was dinner, although the menu was fairly limited. I was skiing with Simon's Hakkoda Powder Guides, and the staff were really helpful in getting me there on time and picking me up at the end of the day.  Another highlight was being able to walk to Sukayu onsen, an historic onsen with a lot of atmosphere and well worth a visit. Overall, if you feel like staying somewhere that feels a little more luxurious and don't mind the commute to the rope way, Hakkoda Hotel is a great option. 

Geoff




 

 

Early Jan 2016



I am truly impressed with both the quality of the food, accomodation and service of the people on Hakkoda hotel. It was amazing! Also the service you provided with almost instant answering e-mails with all of my questions. We had 5 amazing days skiing. Would love to go back, and will also be using JSA again without a doubt. 

Evan Bakoey

Happy Customer!



 
 
"Just a quick note to thank you for all of your assistance with my trip to Hakkoda.

The Hakkoda Hotel was very nice, the staff extremely helpful, and the food was absolutely amazing.

Everything was as expected, including transport from and back to Shin-Aomori.

I had two really wonderful days of skiing with guides that the hotel helped me organise. And I was pleased to be able to use Sukayu Onsen. 

I really can't thank you enough for everything you did and the advice you provided. I will definitely contact you when I am organising future ski trips to Japan."

by Andrew W


 

 

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Address Nozawa

Address Nozawa

Nozawa Onsen, Nagano
Prices from
¥28,000 Per night
Guests
2 - 6
Includes
Accommodation & breakfast pack
Room Types
It is a modern self-contained apartment style accommodation. 250 metres to Yu-Road (people mover) that takes you to the Hikage Gelende.

Address Nozawa guest review

 


Address Nozawa

 

 

 
 
Early March 2016
 

Nozawa Onsen was the second resort we visited with very nice accommodation at Address Nozawa.
Comfortable large rooms with a kitchen area and very friendly helpful staff.
 
 
 
The village was delightful with many places to eat and the feeling of a genuine Japanese village community with a large number of free public Onsen - beware the of the very hot central Onsen - it was too much for us!
 
 
 
 
Richard Palmer
 
 
 
Early February 2015 

We had a fantastic 5 night stay at Address Nozawa. 

The rooms are self contained with all the wonderful additions that make it like home: Nescafé coffee machine and Apple TV. We stayed in the purple room (standard) which had two amazingly comfortable beds with cozy warm donnas and comfortable pillows. Heaven.  

The hotel is located in the central part of town near souvenir shops and steamed bun vendors (a daily ritual for us!). It is an easy walk from the Chuo terminal and not too far to the post office ATM.  The front desk staff were warm and happy and English was well spoken - we had great help with restaurant bookings and recommendations! Thank you!  

Other reviewers have mentioned breakfast as being the low-light; we were supplied with adequate eggs, toast, orange juice, ham and sausages and really it was no problem.  

Of course you're coming to Nozawa for a bit more culture and if you don't want that like home feeling then I would suggest to try their sister ryokan Kawamotoya.  We will definitely be staying at Address Nozawa on our next trip!  Regards Alicia  

Dear Leacey,  Thank you very much to take your time to give us such a wonderful comment, I am glad to read that our little hotel is matched with your needs and you have enjoyed staying with us.  The number of rooms are limited in our hotel, so that we can quite stay closer with our guests, especially with long stay guests during the winter, we also enjoy to get in touch with guests.  Thank you again to choose our hotel.  We are looking forward to welcoming you for next ski trip to Nozawa.  

Warm Regards,  
Hisako Horikawa general manager

 

 

Mid Deecember 2015

Although X’mas 2015 was not an ideal time for skiing at Nozawa, our chosen accommodation of “Address Nozawa” had made  our trip much more memorable.  

The room is sizable which perfectly suited my family group with two boys. 

The private onsen at the basement, though small, had given my family a lot of privacy.  

The orange juice, milk, bread, ham and eggs provided for breakfast were plentiful and more than enough. The only setback I could remember is the slow drying machine at basement which made my laundry time a bit too long.


Simon Chean

Hong Kong


 
 
January 2014  "Nozawa has a fabulous village atmosphere with loads of restaurants, shops and onsens and has lots of charm

There are a lot more western skiers which makes it a bit more crowded & touristy but perhaps that is the price you pay if you want the apres ski activities.  

Our accommodation at Address Nozawa was great- comfortable, stylish and well equipped.  The apartment-style of the rooms, though not particularly big, were much easier for us, especially with children.  

The breakfast provisions provided by the hotel were great too.  

The staff were friendly and helpful. We really enjoyed our stay here.  

The downside was that we had a bit of a walk to get to the slopes, but this was not a big problem as we left our equipment in lockers near the gondola.  The skiing was fun though for a stronger skier it could be less rewarding if the snow on the lower slopes was not really good, as this was where a number of the advanced runs finished. When we were there, the weather had been quite warm and the snow quality was best at the top of the mountain, where the green and red runs were.

So, in my view, Shiga Kogen was best for the skiing, and Nozawa was best for the all-round experience. Thank you for your assistance in finding suitable accommodation for us. I have attached a few of photographs of my my sons at Nozawa (one on the slopes and the other outside our accommodation).

Holiday snaps below...

Regards
Julia Jago



 

 

"we stayed at address nozawa last week of dec and we enjoyed our stay very much. 

it is located in a side street just off the main road and close to all the food in the centre of town. it is a 5min walk to the moving walkway and it's a good idea to rent the skis from the base of the slopes so you don't have to carry the skis and walk with the boots all the way up hill(you can leave it there overnight as well). we were 2 pax and the rooms are very decent size for japan. there is a small living room area with a kitchenette and the bathroom is sufficient and it's always better to have an attached rather than to have to share. 

the fridge is stocked every 2-3 days with a breakfast pack with includes eggs, milk, juice, bread, ham, sausages... i'm not big on cooking on my holiday but i think it'll be good for families."

By Pham

 

"We recently stayed at Address Nozawa in the Red Room. 

The staff were very friendly and helpful. the room was great and we had fresh bread, eggs and juice for breakfast provided by the hotel every morning. 

There was free wi-fi and a games room. T

he location of Address Nozawa was great close to all the restaurants not far to the ski lift (its a hard up hill slog in the morning but of an afternoon it is all down hill). 

I would highly recommend staying here."

By Veronica Raffaele

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Yoshidaya Ryokan

Yoshidaya Ryokan

Zao Onsen, Yamagata
Prices from
¥5,900 Per person per night
Guests
1 - 3
Includes
Accommodation, breakfast
Room Types
A traditional Japaneses Ryokan. within easy access to the main street. Everything you would need during your stay are within walking distance, such as chairlifts, a bus terminal, a convenience store, restaurants, Izakaya (Japanese style bar) and Sushi bar. There are English speaking staff to help you.

Yoshidaya Ryokan guest review

 
 
Early Jan 2016 

Our ryokan was excellent, the staff were very helpful. 

The onsen was great too, and the local town public onsen were worth visiting also. 

I would recommend Zao onsen to anyone who would like to experience a more traditional Japanese mountain experience and who like a more peaceful town than the busier places like Hakuba. I will go back in the future.

As always your service was great too.

All the best,
Andrew Maher


 

 

Niseko Landmark View

Niseko Landmark View

Niseko Grand Hirafu, Hokkaido
Prices from
¥56,000 Per night
Guests
1 - 7
Includes
accommodation only
Room Types
A three minute walk to the Hirafu Gondola is the only thing that keeps Niseko Landmark View guests from the famous Niseko powder. All the creature comforts of a hotel can be enjoyed in contemporary luxury, with an option of 2 or 3 bedroom apartments spread over six floors. Every condominium utilises floor-to-ceiling windows to showcase Mt Yotei – Hokkaido’s answer to Mt Fuji.

Niseko Landmark View guest reviews

 

 
Early February 2016

The trip was great, as the location of Landmark was superb, their services were also great. Your booking process was good and efficient. Everything went smoothly and we like that. 

Thanks

Narat 
 
 
 
Furano Lodge 10 - 4 Bedroom Chalet

Furano Lodge 10 - 4 Bedroom Chalet

Furano, Hokkaido
Prices from
¥64,000 Per night
Guests
up to 10
Includes
Accommodation
Room Types
A double storey chalet style building set on the elevated foothills overlooking the township of Furano. A comfortable 10 minute walk to the Kitanomine Gondola or only 50 metres to a mountain shuttle bus.

Furano Lodge 10 guest reviews

 

 

 

 

Early Feb 2017

As on previous occasions everything was wonderful during our stay in Furano. From the very beginning when we arrived at our designated bus stop area in Furano, our lovely host Koitchi was there waiting for us to take us to our accommodation.  He was so helpful that he even picked us up later that evening and drove us to the local supermarket for some groceries. He was so patient waiting for us while we shopped for some supplies.

The house is perfectly set up with two sitting areas and kitchens which suited our group perfectly.The house is also within walking distance to the Kitanomine Gondola each day. There is a lovely coffee house which sells delicious sweets a few doors down the street.

We have stayed at Lodge 10 on previous trips and will continue to book this house anytime we visit Furano.

Booking the house through Japan Snow Accommodation was easy and everything ran smoothly.

Thank you to all parties involved for making our stay so enjoyable!

Cheers,
Rebecca


 

 

Late Jan 2016

I had to email and tell you what an amazing trip to Furano we've had. 

Your service and advice and assistance in preparing this trip was outstanding and I'm telling everyone I know about you. 

The accommodation was superb and please pass onto to the owners that their place is wonderfully equipped, beautiful and more than comfortable for a group or in our case, extended family. We couldn't believe how lucky we were to have a place where we could relax and socialise, cook and have a few drinks with happy kids and happy grandparents all together. You would never get that at a hotel. It is being well maintained by Tatsumi and he was more than helpful when we arrived with explanations, Japanese plugs and a trip into town for groceries. He was very diligent with clearing the steps and path each day of snow and daily rubbish removal. 

We rented out gear from the shop in the kitanomine gondola building. They were fantastic and the gear was great. They let us keep all the gear there overnight and keep our walking shoes there during the day which made the walk back to the lodge easy. I would recommend them. Also the ski school run from the same shop were brilliant with the kids. The free mountain host service booked thru the tourist info office in gondola building is an absolute must and our host was terrific and her guidance around the mountains on the first day gave us the knowledge and confidence to use the entire resort for all standard of skiers and boarders in or family. 

I could go on and mention how fabulously friendly and helpful and lovely the Japanese people are but you'd know that! Also the food!

Anyway, once again thanks and I will continue to recommend you to others. We will definitely be going back and look forward to dealing with you again,

Emma Moran 


 

Mid December 2014


Thanks for your arrangement, Furano Lodge 10 is really great!

The lodge is nice, big and comfortable.

Your service is also excellent!

Attached some of our photos.











Brgds.

 

“From the moment I contacted Japan Snow Accommodation about organising our trip to Japan I received nothing but 5 star quality customer service. 

Our land transfers to and from Furano were organised meticulously. 

Once arriving in Furano we were greeted by proficient and helpful staff who ushered us directly to our accommodation. 

The Furano 10 Lodge exceeded our 5 star expectations. The bedrooms are spacious and the living areas (2 of them) more than happily accommodated our group of 8 people. 

Access to the Kitanomine Gondola (main lift) took a comfortable 10 minute walk from the property.

We all thoroughly enjoyed the seamless experience that Hisae and the staff at Japan Snow Accommodation provided for us. I will definitely be asking the team at Japan Snow Accommodation to organise our next trip”.

Victoria Dimitrov 
A very happy customer

 

"The Lodge 10 accommodation was great, everything in the house worked great, was clean and super nice. 

Furano was great for snowboarding, no lift lines, great snow and good facilities on the hill. 

It was definitely the best snow I have ever ridden. 

In the house I might suggest that you have washing machine instructions in English and maybe a coffee machine? But otherwise everything was great."

Thanks  Mike

 

"Furano Lodge 10 was Fantastic. 

Such a beautiful view from the Lodge. 

The Modern well maintained House was very clean, Large, warm, with all modern fittings. 

The Lodge manager was terrific. only a short 5 min walk from the ski runs. 

And Furano had amazing snow fall. 

I will be returning to this holiday spot."

By Marcelle

 

"Furano lodge 10 is a fantastic modern western style accommodation that is perfect for a group or family. 

Close enough to the lifts but far away enough that you have your own private piece of paradise. 

The lodge manager is fantastic and is only too happy to provide assistance where needed. 

I can't wait to stay there again."

By Dave

 

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Furano Guest House

Furano Guest House

Furano, Hokkaido
Prices from
¥14,580 Per person per night
Guests
1-3
Includes
Accommodation & breakfast
Room Types
Furano Guest House is a small exclusive private hotel and gourmet restaurant located within a short walk to the Kitanomine Gondola Station. All rooms satellite tv.

Furano Guest House Guest reviews

Furani Guest House

 

Late December 2015

We had a fantastic time again. 

We all really liked the resort of Furano. The lodge was in a great location, easy to walk to slopes. The rooms were so nice, large, spacious, spotlessly clean and lovely view out to some trees. 

It was difficult to communicate with the lady that seemed to be in charge. The lodge was very quite, a bit too quite around the place and lacked a bit of atmosphere. It would have been nice to have the fire on in the night time to sit around and have a drink etc.

Breakfast was OK but being there for a week we had the same breakfast every morning which got very boring -same fruit, same egg dish etc.

Wifi was also problematic. Funny codes, unreliable in rooms etc.

For what they were charging some of the above elements were disappointing.

Thanks again for all your help.

Linda

 

Mid February 2014  Yes we loved Furano Guest House.

I stayed there before – about 3 or 4 years ago.

The operators are lovely people, the accommodation is first class and charming, the attention to detail is obvious and the location is almost perfect for the Kitanomine ski lifts.  

I would go back tomorrow.

Peter Barr

 

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