Facilities & Services


Facilities & Services

Kamui Links Resort Facilities & Services

Most of the Kamui Links Resort facilities are housed within a single building at the base of the mountain adjacent to the car park.

Eating On Mountain

Kamui Links Resort has three on-mountain restaurants. The main cafeteria is the Center House Restaurant at the base. On weekend there can be queues for the vending machine to buy tickets, and then more queues for food. Sometimes on weekends there are also queues to get a table. It’s good value for money and if you’ve worked up a really big appetite, you can challenge yourself to the King of Kamui, an extra large serving of katsu curry with egg and croquette.

Fewer crowds are usually found at the summit restaurant, Trattoria & Pizzeria Monte751, which has nice views and an open fireplace. The menu is basic pasta and pizza.

There is also a ramen eatery, or another lunch or snack option is the pork and bean buns that are sold at the small shop downstairs at the base of the mountain.

Facilities for Children & Ski School

Kamui Ski Links is reasonably popular with the Asahikawa local kids, but it doesn’t cater well to international families. Ski school is only for those fluent in the Japanese language, and child care is not available.

Equipment Rental

Kamui has a reasonable range of rental ski and snowboard equipment, but if you’ve got big western feet or need long skis, you might be better placed with a Furano ski hire shop.

Banking Facilities

There are no ATMs at Kamui Links Resort and they only accept cash for food. Thankfully they now accept credit cards for lift ticket purchases.