• Inbounds off-piste skiing is allowed here and it’s awesome!
  • A family-friendly resort with fun activities for non-skiers
  • English speaking staff available
  • Non-existent nightlife (quite common at Japanese resorts)

Tomamu Ski Packages

Lodging Discount Price
Hotel Naturwald Furano
17% off $380
LA VISTA Furano Hills Hot Springs
14% off $384

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Tomamu is one of the top resorts in Japan. With 28 runs spanning 358 acres, it is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the area. To give you a snapshot of the resort, we've put together a comprehensive list of key statistics, including mountain profile, lift system, historical opening and closing dates, and ticket pricing. Make sure you read the reviews left by skiers and riders who've experienced it first hand, and check out how they rate the resort!


TomamuAkakura Kanko
beginner30 %40 %
intermediate40 %30 %
advanced30 %30 %
total runs28 10
ski area358ac -
summit elevation4,065ft 4,921ft
total lifts6 7
child lift ticket¥3,800 JPY ($35 USD) ¥3,000 JPY ($28 USD)
adult lift ticket¥5,400 JPY ($50 USD) ¥4,300 JPY ($40 USD)
back country
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Tomamu Reviews

Fabulous 4.5 / 5
based on 5 reviews

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Family Friendliness
Very Good!4.2 / 5May 02, 2018
Tomamu ReviewsRuairi S.
advanced snowboarder
Fairly big ski area for the region, well served by 2 large resort hotels, loads to do and see both on and off the slopes, great tree runs and fairly nice night skiing.... More
Superb!4.9 / 5Jan 21, 2018
RCRuben C.
advanced snowboarder
Lots of powder!!! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone, wanting to snowboard outside the country, especially in Japan, One 9f the nicest resorts I've been to and the people are so friendly!... More
Very Good!4.1 / 5Dec 21, 2017
PBPeter B.
advanced skier
Awesome sidecountry, good lifts, great snow. Did a unbelievable back country tour. And had a amazing lunch in a hut on the side of the hill. Must vist for snow trip... More
Fabulous!4.3 / 5Dec 04, 2017
ADAdam D.
expert skier
Tomamu is still relatively uncrowded compared to other resorts in Hokkaido. There are a ton of Chinese people here who stick to the beginner runs so usually the blacks are quite empty. It's a decent sized resort so you could probably ski a few days here without getting bored. We found the restaurants to be quite crowded during our stay but the food... More
Superb!4.9 / 5Dec 04, 2017
SLSean L.
advanced snowboarder
Tommamu is a great resort. Lots of terrain options for various levels and low crowd numbers. Lodging at the resort is fantastic in one of the towers with great facilities.... More

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