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Appi Kogen, Hachimantai
(4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
One of the largest ski resorts in Japan, spread over two mountains, Appi Kogen provides a complete mountain experience. Famous for its ski slopes, the complex also features tennis courts, soccer fields, and hot springs. Get lessons from experienced ski instructors and enjoy views of surrounding volcanoes, then ride on the resort’s lift service, which boasts three gondolas and 14 chair lifts, including three high-speed quad lifts and two surface lifts. The resort also offers family-friendly activites, with a children’s ski area, snow play area, and petting zoo, while housing a guest ranch and playing host to many concerts. Have a hit at the nearby Appi Kogen golf club, which has four courses. Make Appi Kogen a centerpiece of your Hachimantai vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hachimantai trip generator.
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  • Iwate athletic to join his son, so the support went to 30 years Buri. Went for the first time, when unused it was stolen when dressing the skis just won, I feel very uncomfortable. It is the since then. Rich in variety, the long slide is of course are a lot.
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  • Mount Iwate attracts its simplicity; Happy hills offer nice views of the volcano, in winter, of course, no release from skiers, but in season Maple leaves here there is something to see!
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  • In the summer, and now guests can enjoy sushi, BBQ, Fireworks! Featured is the Firefly watching tour! Touched by the natural fireflies!
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