Hokkaïdo, Japan's most northerly island, has been known as Japan's mecca of winter sports since it hosted the Sapporo Olympic Games in 1972. Its climate guarantees plentiful snow and great powder on the pistes situated between 1,000 and 400 metres (between 3,280 and 1,300 ft).
This small Family Resort was opened in 1987, in an enchanting location at the foot of the slopes, surrounded by forest. After skiing, relax in the swimming pool or hot tub. Enjoy a family walk to admire the beauty of the mountain scenery.