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Furano Ski Resort

Nakagoryo, Furano 076-0016, Hokkaido
+81 167-22-1111
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Superb snowboarding place!

This ski resort is very accessible from our hotel, Edel Warme! We drove for just 3-5 mins... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
MomPark88
via mobile
fantastic snow, some of my best skiing ever

We skied the kitanomine region of the Furano ski field for 9 days. It's linked to the Furano region... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2017
Sail_Scarlett
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Hope Island, Australia
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Furano is the northernmost Prince Snow Resorts. The ski resort consists of 2 zones, Furano and Kitanomine, which have 23 trails in total. You can reach the summit directly by a 101 passenger Furano Ropeway and see a great view of the Daisetsu Mountain Range. There are 2 ski-in ski-out Prince Hotels at the bottom of each area, in which you can enjoy après. Hot springs near the ski area and sightseeing in Furano town are also fun experiences.
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“off piste” (11 reviews)
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Nakagoryo, Furano 076-0016, Hokkaido
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+81 167-22-1111
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This ski resort is very accessible from our hotel, Edel Warme! We drove for just 3-5 mins :) Service is good and there are many restaurants inside the Prince Hotel. The snow is perfect like a fine powder that our board easily glides and turns.😊...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2017

We skied the kitanomine region of the Furano ski field for 9 days. It's linked to the Furano region of the same field by lift access and trails making it a reasonably large area for a multi day stay. The weather was good, we arrived...More

2  Thank Sail_Scarlett
Reviewed 15 April 2017

I liked the Furano ski area as there are no so many people and hence it feels like you can have the whole mountain to yourself. We had no waiting in lift queues. First day was brilliant spring sunshine which was followed by two days...More

1  Thank Xymyz
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

no so crowded. although not like neseko having a lot trials, the trial design is good and smooth to ride. it was still snowing during end of March. unlike other ski resort, there are a lot of sky in ski out hotel and apartment to...More

2  Thank windsoshuk
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Furano is the best place to ski/board if you are a genuine winter sports person. Plenty of runs. Well managed and serviced. Back country options (but enjoy this more and stay safe with a local guide). But it is not a party town. So stay...More

4  Thank MimmyFantastic
Reviewed 18 March 2017

I recently visited Furano with a mixture of Family & Friends, we had a fantastic time perfect snow with on piste powder runs every day!!, The resort is small compared to Australian ski fields however the snow quality is mind blowing and for the adventurous...More

3  Thank John M
Reviewed 16 March 2017

We were there for five days. Hardly any crowds, great on piste runs and incredible off piste. Well worth a visit...

1  Thank James K
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Great powder and very good side-country. No crowds, and its possible to still be getting freshies at 3pm! And like most of Japan, the pistes are immaculately groomed for a few feel-good runs. We stayed at the New Prince hotel, but there is nothing much...More

2  Thank JMB63
Reviewed 6 March 2017

Unfortunately when we visited we had only a couple of days with small amounts of powder snow that fell!!!!! But, what we did receive was enough to get an idea of what it would be like on a good day!!!!! Great terrain, with easy to...More

1  Thank Mizu_Kuma
Reviewed 4 March 2017

Skied Furano Ski Area, which is part of the Prince Hotel group February 2017. Never crowded but noticeably busier on weekends, mid-week can be very quiet on the slopes. The resort allows tree skiing in some areas and after snowing the powder remains fresh due...More

2  Thank Graham L
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Cdn100
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Response from Kwoksrus | Reviewed this property |
Hi, in general the ski areas in Japan do not have an European like village for sore ski. Furano city itself is quiet large and has many good restaurants and cafes. So it depends where you stay. I stayed at New Furano... More
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