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Hakuba Valley

Hakuba, in the Japanese Alps near Nagano, is a valley with a large number of ski resorts. Each Hakuba ski resort alone may not offer a huge amount of terrain variety, but it’s the combination of the different Hakuba ski areas and villages that makes the valley pretty special.

The Hakuba Valley area incorporates 11 ski resorts that combined, offer expansive terrain. The Hakuba ski resorts aren’t interconnected via the slopes (except for Hakuba 47 and Goryu, and Cortina and Norikura), but 9 of the ski areas can be accessed off a common lift ticket and there are shuttle buses to get around.

The alpine scenery of the Hakuba Valley is amazing with rugged towering peaks over 3,000m.

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Hakuba Tokyu Hotel

"Manyo" Japanese cuisine

Hakuba Skiing

Hakuba Mominoki Hotel

Mominoki Hotel Onsen
SOLD OUT— Hakuba Tokyu Hotel
4688 Hokujo, Hakuba-mura, Kitaazumi-gun, Nagano
+81-261-72-3001

Hakuba Tokyu Hotel is a fully serviced luxury hotel famed for its outstanding 5-star hospitality.
The hotel offers spacious rooms and stunning views all within walking distance to Hakuba's Happo One Resort.
Rooms range from standard to deluxe, each well appointed and generously spacious to make your stay as comfortable as can be.
This exclusive hotel offers an array of in-house facilities including two excellent restaurants, bar & lounge, extravagant buffet breakfast, massage and natural hot spring.
– "Chamonix" French Restaurant
– "Manyo" Japanese cuisine
– "The Lodge" Lounge & Bar
Chateau-style design embraces the use of natural wood and stone throughout
Amenities include television, telephone, hot water pot, refrigerator, hair dryer, safe deposit box, bidet
Extras include slippers, yukata robe and nightwear
Mominoki Hotel
4683-2 Hokujo, Kitaazumi District, Nagano Prefecture
+81 261-72-5001

Hakuba Mominoki Hotel is a 4-star resort located at the base of the Happoone Mountain, a part of the Japanese Northern Alps, in the vast forest of Wadano
The hotel is a 3-minute walk from Hakuba Happo-One Ski Resort's gondola lift station.
The 4-star hotel offers an Authentic Onsen Hot Springs—The "Shobei no Yu" includes an inside and outside onsen
6 Bars and Restaurants
Mansaku Sukiyaki & Shabubu, Shara Japanese Buffet, The Pub, Izakaya Kaz, Fireside Lounge and The Beach Bar
Free Wi-Fi
Rooms feature spectacular views of the forest
Rooms are equipped with a fridge, an electric kettle and a TV with cable channels
The en suite bathroom comes with a bathtub

Skiing—

Hakuba provides a huge range of piste terrain for beginner to advanced skiers and snowboarders, especially if you’re prepared to catch a bus each day to sample various resorts.
The Hakuba skiing at each of the 11 resorts offers something unique, and getting a taste of multiple areas is one of the attractions—
Cortinabest for powder hounds with steep tree skiing
Norikuralots of beginner and intermediate runs
Tsugaike Kogenbest for beginners but also know for tree skiing and access to backcountry
Iwatakefeatures wide open runs with a great terrain park
Happo-Onefairly large resort with a lot of vertical that is reasonably steep
Hakuba 47some piste for advanced skiers with long steep fast runs with bumps, some tree skiing and best terrain park
Goryulong wide trails and gentle slopes
Sanosakasomething for everyone except for the crowds
Kashimayarisomething for everyone except for the crowds
Jigatakemainly beginner and intermediate runs
Minekatasmall resort that is mostly intermediate
Epic Pass and Local Epic Pass gives pass holders 5 consecutive days at 9 of these resorts
Minekata and Sanosaka are not covered

Local Attractions—

Matsumoto Castle is known as the “Crow Castle”
Jigokudani Monkey Park is a local hot springs and home to about 200 wild Japanese macaques
Zenkoji Temple houses the first image of Buddha brought to Japan is located in Nagano City
Togakushi Shrine

All local taxes are included. Pricing is based on an exchange rate of 1USD to 110 Yen and is subject to change.

Information & Questions—

Contact: Debbie Stewart
VP International Travel
430 S. Church St., Visalia, CA 93277
559-737-0882 [C]



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