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  • capykyu
    Hong Kong, China339 contributions
    We stayed in Furano area and six of us (3 adults and 3 children) drove to Tomamu with our own skiing and snowboarding gear. We spent a day at this resort and had a good time. Due to the lack of snow, some of the courses were not opened. Despite that, we had great fun. The slopes were not crowded and the snow was not bad. The restaurants in the gondola station served great coffee and tayaki. The food on the slope was spectacular, especially the soup curry. Looking forward to skiing Tomamu again soon.
    Written 2 February 2020
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  • Fergus K
    1 contribution
    The onsen was truly wonderful as you could relax whilst admiring the natural beauty of the area.
    I wanted to extend my praise for the man who worked at the male onsen. He was extremely diligent, kind, and completed his duties (which would have been difficult with his bad leg) to an impeccable standard. If not for him, I firmly believe that it wouldn’t have been nearly as enjoyable.
    I highly recommend the male onsen, and give a huge thanks to the onsen worker.
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • ichikawa2016
    Puerto Escondido, Mexico187 contributions
    I was thinking how to take gondola for snowbord to down hill. For beginner. But this gondola and Powder Express are not walk distance that I understood. Terace is nice and Cafe provide better drink. Nice to rest there. Unfortunately there isn't any restaurant opened.
    Written 17 February 2022
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  • Hansyang
    Shanghai, China6 contributions
    experience additional 3 restaurants at this street during our trip and had good experience except the crab restaurant shall improve the freshness of its seafood in comparison to others on the street.
    Written 19 August 2019
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  • melancholy
    3 contributions
    1st and foremost, an eternal shout out to the wonderful saint of a person who found my phone in the snow in the dark and handed it in, and also the incredibly kind Ice Village staff who brought it over to my accommodation once it was handed in and declined to take any money from me as a crude token of thanks.

    Nice little outing worth a visit with the family after day of skiing. Opens 5-10pm. We took the shuttle bus from our accommodation and got off at hoshinare tomamu. Needs cash notes for the entry tickets that is sold via a vending machine. The attendant only validates the tickets and doesn't handle transactions. Our accommodation reception sold the tickets too and would have been better to have pre-purchased them. The path to the Ice Village is outdoors in the dark but reasonably well lit pretty path in the snow. A slide made of ice leads into the village carved out of ice with shops for snacks and marshmallows on sticks to roast on the open fires. Also a bar for those inclined for a drink or cold ramen on barstools made of blocks of ice.

    Fascinating little place.
    Written 7 January 2024
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  • Abby R
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    Visiting Japan is always a fantastic time, this was my first time a club med. the staff were friendly and those who worked in the ski/snowboard school were fantastic!! Helpful from getting my skis and boots set up to on the slopes. I had fantastic sessions with Bruce, Erina and Tan skiing and also Thomas, Nino, Luc, Myles, Daniel, Aneimo

    Moet and Victoria were so helpful at reception with transfers and fixed up my room band when it snapped.

    The whole team performances each night was insane big shout out to guy who
    Written 12 March 2023
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  • OpaMarnie
    Wollongong, Australia429 contributions
    Not much to see at this stop but it has plenty of parking clean toilets and will supply vending machines if nothing else it is a clean rest area for travellers
    Written 10 March 2019
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  • Margaretllc
    Hong Kong, China1,783 contributions
    We came during night time and therefore difficult to see much outside. I bet summer with all the greens will speak itself much better than a snowy night. The chapel has a 10-min movie to explain the background. My 8-year old daughter surprisingly seems to understand the creator’s concept of integrating nature and divinity! Regardless if you are a Christian or not, this is highly recommended to seek peace of mind.
    Written 24 January 2019
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  • Natalie K
    Mae Nam, Thailand434 contributions
    Ok for a stop on the way if you are driving from Chitose Airport to Furano. Clean, bathrooms, food options and shopping however its basic. We stopped for chicken karage and potato croquettes at the one main restaurant. A few other inside stores selling sandwiches, a mini mart, souviner shop and outside a vendor selling takoaki and that it for choice. A pit stop is all this place is suitable for. Plenty of car parks available.
    Written 20 October 2019
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