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Risonare Tomamu Twin-Share Packages

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USD 1,750

7 nights | 6 Days Lifts | Return Airport Transfers ++

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Location: Tomamu , Hokkaido , Japan
Standard: Deluxe ($$$$) - 5 stars
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USD 1,750
This incredible 7-night twin-share package for 2 adults stays at the ski-in/out Risonare towers including daily buffet breakfast, 6-day Tomamu lift pass, return scheduled airport transfers, complimentary bus fares to/from Furano, free wave pool entry & outdoor bath, free entry to the ice village.
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The Risonare Tomamu Twin-Share Packages

This fabulous twin-share ski package in Tomamu includes luxury accommodation with a daily buffet breakfast, lifts tickets for each person in the package from check-in to check-out, and scheduled bus transfers to/from Chitose airport to the Risonare.

As a guest of the Risonare you will have free access to the wave pool & outdoor hot springs as well as the ice village.

From Tomamu you can also make a day trip to Furano and Sahoro on the the complimentary scheduled bus (lift tickets not included).

Whilst this sample package is based on 7-nights for 2 adults, it is fully customisable (min 5 nights) for your own dates/period & group size.

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About Risonare

Risonare Tomamu

The Risonare is Tomamu's premier ski-in ski-out hotel. All rooms are spacious suites of at least 100㎡ and sleep up to 2-6 guests. All suites include a separate living area and luxurious bathroom with private sauna & jacuzzi with large floor to ceiling windows.

You can also see the Powderhounds review of Risonare for more information.

Where is The Risonare Tomamu?

The two towers of the Risonare Tomamu are located slopeside at Tomamu Resort in an ideal ski-in ski-out location on the Tower Mountain side of the ski resort. You can ski in and out via a beginner trail that heads past the Hotalu Street restaurants down to the Nipo and Tower Express chair lifts.

The Risonare is connected to the rest of Tomamu Resort and its facilities via the slopes, via a free shuttle bus service, or many of the buildings are inter-connected via above-ground tunnels so you can easily walk between them.

See the travel to Tomamu page for information on the location of Tomamu and how to get there.


All suites cater for up to 2 to 6 guests and are very spacious and include a living area with sofa and TV. The bathrooms are over-sized and incorporate a private sauna and jacuzzi.

Suite Twin Room
  • up to 2-3 people
  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 large twin beds
  • Separate living area
  • 100㎡
  • 16th or higher floors

Suite Fourth Room

  • up to 4 people
  • 4 large twin beds
  • 2 bedrooms
  • Separate living area
  • 120㎡
  • 15th or lower floors

Suite Sixth Room

  • up to 6 people
  • 4 large twin beds, 2 semi-double beds
  • 2 bedrooms
  • Separate living area
  • 120㎡
  • 6th floor

Design Suite Twin Room

  • up to 2 people
  • double bed
  • 1 bedroom
  • Separate living area
  • 100㎡
  • 28th floor
  • Renovated in 2017

Design Suite Fifth Room

  • up to 4 people
  • semi double bed, 3 twin beds
  • 2 bedrooms (some have a loft)
  • Separate living area
  • 120㎡
  • 15th floor
  • Renovated in 2017

There are also a couple of specialty suites such as the cloud suite that has cloud beds and cushions, and a skiers’ suite that includes a single chair lift by the window and boot dryers.

Other suite amenities: bluetooth speaker; Humidifying air purifier; TV, electric kettle; refrigerator; pyjamas; toothbrush; hairbrush; bath amenities; face lotion; razor; towels; hairdryer; and slippers.

Hotel Facilities

  • Library cafe where you can read books, complimentary coffee and other drinks on offer
  • Kids play room
  • Lobby lounge with central fire place, live music some evenings
  • Ski and snowboard equipment rentals
  • Ski and snowboard lockers
  • Gift shop selling souvenirs and beverages
  • Parking
  • Wifi

There are lots of other facilities across Tomamu Resort and your Risonare stay includes free access to the wave pool & outdoor hot springs as well as the ice village.

Dining On-Site

Grilled Agi is located on the 32nd floor South, and open for breakfast and seafood dinners.

Platinum is located on the 32nd floor of the North Tower, offering spectacular views over breakfast.

Sora on the 31st floor North offers wagyu and seafood shabu shabu dinners. It is also open for breakfast.

It is a short stroll via the covered walkway to the Nininupuri Restaurant in Village Alpha, or there are lots of other Tomamu restaurants that can be accessed via the tunnel walkways or the shuttle bus.

Breakfast and dinner can be included in your Risonare package. Lift passes can also be included.

2024/25 Rates

Early Bird Price - JPY 547,000 (273,500 p.p.)

  • EARLY BIRD prices end July 31
  • Based on 2 adults in a twin room
  • Minimum 5 nights for these packages
  • From December 1st 2024 to March 31st 2025
  • High holiday surcharge will apply for Xmas & New Year (21 Dec - 4 Jan), Chinese New Year (25 Jan - 8 Feb)
  • Further discounts available for early December and March
  • Base/invoice currency is Japanese Yen... convert to your currency here
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  • 7 nights at the ski-in/ski-out Risonare hotel
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • Tomamu lift pass from check in to check out
  • Free entry to the wave pool & outdoor bath
  • Free entry to the Ice Village
  • Return airport transfers (scheduled ski bus)
  • Return bus tickets between Tomamu and Furano Ski Resort (bus operating days only)
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Features, Amenities & Services


  • Communal area(s)
  • Convenience store
  • Games room
  • Non-smoking property
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Ski lockers
  • WiFi


  • Bath
  • Breakfast available
  • Fridge
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Private bathroom
  • Private hot tub
  • Spa bath
  • TV
  • Views
  • WiFi


  • English speaking staff
  • Lift tickets vendor
  • Massage Services
  • Ski rentals


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Luxe Bathroom

The perfect spot after skiing
Over-sized bathroom
Serene views before it started dumping with snow
Well sized bedroom
Plenty of space to spread out
We’ve stayed in the Tomamu Tower Hotel before and thought that was pretty nice, but the Risonare was a massive step-up. We stayed in a 2 bedroom suite that had a large twin room and a smaller twin room. The living area was very spacious and included sofas plus a nice comfie chair by the window to take in the views.

Then there was the ridiculously large bathroom with high ceilings that featured a big round spa bath with corner floor to ceiling windows so you could recline in the bath and gaze at the views. There was also a sauna and you could take in the views from that too. The shower seemed pretty minute in comparison to the bath. The whole bathroom made the suite feel uber-luxurious and I couldn’t wait to get home from skiing to get in the bath to warm up!

The rest of the suite was deluxe from a space perspective, although not luxurious as the furnishings were a little dated but very functional nonetheless and we had pretty of room to spread out and the heating was very easy to control.

The location was delightfully serene, tucked away at the northeast end of the resort base, and so easy to come and go from the ski slopes.

We utilised the covered walkways to get around parts of the resort and to get to the Ice Village. One evening we caught the shuttle over to Mina Mina Beach, which was overly popular with families with small children. I think we’d hit peak hour.

We went to the Nininupuru restaurant a few times (a 5 minute walk away), which is a massive buffet restaurant. There was a huge choice of quality food on offer, although it would have been nice to see a little more variety from night to night. Despite it catering to a huge number of people, it didn’t feel crazy and the forest views kept the atmosphere serene.

We went to Aki at the Risonare for breakfast one morning, and this was a lovely Japanese meal with a set menu plus a half buffet. The views from the 32nd floor were a lovely way to start the day.

People had mentioned there was a bar on the top floor of the Risonare which we couldn’t find, and the restaurant on the top floor wasn’t open either, which may have been due to Covid related staff shortages.

In the lobby area there was nice seating around the fireplace to gather, and on one evening they had a violinist playing.

The levels of service at check-in were excellent. There were a few staff that could speak reasonable English and it was nice that it was staffed wholly by Japanese people so that it still felt very Japanese.

Overall the Risonare was the perfect spot to stay and relax after big days at Tomamu chasing powder.
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