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A ski resort in Yamanashi Prefecture

Great access is a bonus; it’s easily accessible from Tokyo within a 2-hour trip (one-way). Aside from snow leisure, fishing for Japanese smelt at Lake Yamanaka—one of the Five Lakes at the base of Mount Fuji—is also popular. The area is also a production center for grapes, dotted with famous wineries.
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Fujiten Snow Resort Yamanashi Prefecture

Dec. 11th to Apr. 1st
Courses7
Lifts4
Longest run distance1,500 m
Maximum gradient32 °
Courses7
Lifts4
Longest run1,500 m
Maximum32 °

Adult 2 people1 night

2023-02-18
USD 78.47〜 (JPY 10,363〜)
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Kamui Misaka Ski Resort Yamanashi Prefecture

Dec. 17th to Apr. 2nd
Courses5
Lifts4
Longest run distance950 m
Maximum gradient21 °
Courses5
Lifts4
Longest run950 m
Maximum21 °

Sun Meadows Kiyosato Ski Resort Yamanashi Prefecture

Dec. 17th to Apr. 2nd
Courses8
Lifts4
Longest run distance1,540 m
Maximum gradient26 °
Courses8
Lifts4
Longest run1,540 m
Maximum26 °

Adult 2 people1 night

2023-02-18
USD 206.50〜 (JPY 27,272〜)
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