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Exclusive! Gunma’s Greatest Experience

JPY440,000~/per person
Stay at Oze-IwakuraResort(Tokyo:StandardHotel)Breakfast and Lift Ticket(s) Included(during stay at Oze-iwakuraResort)


Day1 Meet at Tokyo TokyoStationTo Takasaki Station(about 1 hour)

OkkiriUdonat Takasaki for LunchTo Hotel by bus

Day3-10 Enjoy KatashinaSki Resort
Thinking Day Trip!? Yes we can!(See another page)
Day11 To Takasaki Station by busTo

Tokyo Station(about 1 hour)We preaparebus to get HotelEnjoy Tokyo night!

Day12 1 Day Tokyo Sight Seeing

English Speaker Guide attend with you!

Day13 All day free!

Enjoy your leisure at your plan.



You can also read an article about Oze Iwakura,  one of the lesser known but best hidden powder gems located in Gunma, from the link below

Your Choice - KusatsuHot Springs

Ranked No.1


Hot spring in Japan for 16 years straight!

Before entering the baths which can reach over 50 degrees Celsius in temperature, guests will undertake a prior warm-up procedure; a bathing tradition practiced from the Edo period.

Your Choice - Frozen lake Smelt Fishing

Fishing from the iced lake


Gunma is said to be the coldest fishing spot in northern Japan, as it recievingthe wind from Akajiromountains. See how many you can catch from a hole in the frozen lake!

Your Choice - Back CountrySkiing & Snow Borading

Savourthe powder snow through solo skiing


A combination of hiking and sledding, this tour includes a solo skiing course so you can experience the powder snow up close. Assistance from instructors is available upon request.

Your Choice - Gunma speciality Mizusawa udon noodle making

Make and taste‘okkirikomi’ & ‘mizusawaudon’


Experience making your own udonfrom scratch! In this lesson you will learn how to cook ‘okkirikomi’, steamed root vegetables & super chewy and stretchy ‘mizusawaudon’ –and of course, eat it too

Your Choice - Sake Brewery Tour

See inside the starship brewery inside the starship brewery


Nagai sake brewery is one of the oldest and well-known within Gunma prefecture. Their most popular product ‘Mizubasho’ has been passed down through generations and is crafted from only local ingredients.