The joys of powder snow in Japan
Head for the most northerly of the Japanese islands, Hokkaido. Here, the joy of winter sports extends over multiple ski areas.
At Tomamu 145 hectares of skiable areas await you. Its 28 slopes constitute a wonderful playground, designed for every level of skill. Alpine ski instructors will support you and allow you to progress at your own pace. Snowboarders will enjoy the so-called Russian Mountains descent and the half-pipe in the snow park.
In Sahoro, the finesse of the powder snow will delight everyone, from beginners to experienced skiers. The straight downhill run, and the slalom over 25 km of slopes await you, spread over 21 pistes. You can devote yourself to snowboarding too, on slopes that snake between conifers and birch trees, in an exceptional protected environment.
Kiroro Peak is a hidden powder paradise with a world-class reputation for its pure powder snow. The destination’s proximity to the coast and seasonal winds from Siberia create the perfect conditions for high-quality, pristine snow with fresh tracks and untrodden paths to uncover.
On the island of Hokkaido, make yourself at home in the Club Med resorts of Tomamu Hokkaido, Sahoro Hokkaido or the newly opened Kiroro Peak and make the most of the all-inclusive package. They are located around 45 minutes apart, so you can easily spend a day in Sahoro and vice versa.