Secret mountain & amazing Onsen!
Are you looking for somewhere with less western tourists and more local culture?
Manza Onsen is a classic Japanese ski resort.
What makes Manza Onsen different from the other ski resorts?
The difference is the Onsen experience. This onsen resort is one of the highest onsen resorts in Japan as it is located at 1,760 meters above sea level. For this reason, the view from the open-air bath is outstanding. A feature of this onsen is the color of milky white. Renowned as a symbol of Manza Onsen, "Karabuki" jets volcanic gas containing steam from between the rocks.
But, how good is the snow?
Due to the high altitude of 1,994 meters, Manza Onsen Ski Resort offers the lightest and driest powder snow in Japan's Northern Alps. The trails are mostly designed with beginner and intermediate skiers, but there are a number of fun features including a mini terrain park and a few non-groomed runs.
How is the accommodation?
It is a small mountain so we would suggest to stay 3 or 4 nights at Manza Prince Hotel which is a ski in ski out hotel with the amazing indoor / outdoor Onsen! There is even a mixed bathing Onsen. But, don't worry! There is a special dress for female and male guests can use towles in the bath.
Manza Prince Hotel is offering an early bird discount if you book before September 30th, 2021. You will receive a complimentary one night stay and a 1 day lift pass for 4 or more nights stay.
Option 1 - Four nights weekday package at Manza Prince Hotel - from 56,200 yen per person twin share
- 4 nights accommodation - East Building Twin Room at Manza Prince Hotel
- Daily buffet breakfast
- Daily buffet dinner
- 3 day Manza lift pass
It is also recommended to add a night or two at Kusatsu Onsen if you love Onsen!! Kusatsu is famous as one of the three major onsens in Japan. Among the top 100 Onsen selected by travel pros, Kusatsu Onsen has ranked number one in Japan for 17 years in a row! Kusatsu Onsen has a small ski resort as well.
Option 2 - Manza 3 nights & Kusatsu 1 night - from 55,670 yen per person twin share
- 3 nights accommodation at Manza Prince Hotel
- 1 night accommodation at Yorokobi No Yado Takamatsu
- daily breakfast
- daily dinner
- 2 day Manza lift pass
A taxi would be the most convenient transfer from Manza to Kusatsu unless you have your own car. It would cost about 12,500 yen one way by normal taxi (40 minutes). We can help arrange it or you can request it to the hotel.
Option 3 - Customise your package