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Like Tomamu, Sahoro is a fun little resort. It has great tree skiing too. I’m impressed with its north powder bowl. Unfortunately the snow was a bit thin (but still pretty deep in places) to get the most out of the resort today. I’d rate...More
We had the best family holiday
The facilities were great the rooms were well presented, the restaurant was spacious and well set up
The food was great
All the staff were very friendly and helpful.
The ski instructor that we had(Hope) was great. We will...More
Stayed here in late October, not ski time but passing through to see foliage around. Hotel has no charm. Doesn’t even look Japanese though wife says the hot spring is quite nice. Was not impressed at all with food served at restaurant - ate smallest...More
This is our third season at Sahoro. We stayed at Club Med, but we used the Sahoro lifts & ski run. The fields are great, almost empty. Powder most of the time. This year they opened a new lift on the other side of the...More
Club Med is located right at the foot of the mountain and you can ski to the back door which of course is fantastic. The ski area itself is very small but has a fairly good range of runs, including a few blacks and moguls....More
We stayed at the attached Club Med and skied here. The powder snow was incredible and the ski lifts were never crowded. This is an excellent ski resort for beginner to intermediate-advanced levels, but the most advanced skiers may get a little bored by the...More