"Fujimi" means "Seeing Mt. Fuji" — with a name like that, you can probably guess the main attraction! It's also an excellent resort in its own right, with seven courses perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. Get your lift ticket and transport from Tokyo below.
Don't miss your chance to ski on Japan's most famous mountain. One of only two resorts situated on Mt. Fuji, Snow Town Yeti is a compact ski spot just a few hours from Tokyo. Perfect for a spontaneous trip in a unique location.
In onsen-rich Gunma Prefecture, Norn Minakami is a great place for beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. Find your footing, tear up the mountain, then relax in the region's famous hot springs. Book your transport and lift pass below.
Beginner-focused and close to Osaka, Rokko is a perfect choice for families looking to get out of the city and enjoy some snow. Rokko also has a special slope exclusively for sledding and playing in the snow if you want a break from the pistes.
Tambara is located just three hours from Tokyo and features a good mix of course difficulties and a dedicated kids area. On top of Gunma's famous hot springs, Tambara also features great snowshoeing courses and a sake brewery for the grown-ups!
Choose from two world-class ski resorts in Northern Japan, both day-trippable from Tokyo. Naeba has hosted numerous international events, while Yuzawa gets over 10 meters of snowfall per year. Serious (and not-so-serious!) skiers need look no further.
If one day isn't enough, stay overnight in one of Japan's finest ski resorts. Naeba offers 45 courses in one of the snowiest regions of Japan — perfect for powder fans. The tour includes lodgings, breakfast, and dinner, as well as a discount on any gear you rent.
Hakuba Valley is a truly massive collection of resorts offering everything you could want in a ski trip, from wide beginner slopes to challenging backcountry routes. We'll handle the logistics on this tour — all you need to focus on is your turns!
Offering unique views of Japan's largest freshwater lake, Biwako Valley is the nearest ski resort to Kyoto and easily accessible from Osaka. It's got a snow park and slalom course for serious riders, and free sled rental for those just looking to have some fun in the snow.
Confident in your abilities? Let a local guide show you some of the best backcountry routes in one of the best ski resorts in Japan: Niseko. The tour includes a photo service, so you can focus on earning your turns and look good doing it!
Lake Kawaguchiko and Fujiten Snow Resort Day Trip from Tokyo
Enjoy this Lake Kawaguchiko and Fujiten Snow Resort excursion from Tokyo for a day of fun in the snow. Stop at Lake Kawaguchiko to take photos, then head to Fujiten Snow Resort to sled and play in the snow in a family-friendly location.
Snowshoeing Tour in Hirayu Onsen’s Ski Area in Gifu
With a guide, snowshoe your way through a magical, snow-covered world near Hirayu Onsen. Admire the frosty scenery — snowy peaks, a frozen waterfall, and wintry trees! End your tour on a relaxing note, with a good, long soak in an open-air bath.