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Exclusive! Gunma’s Greatest Experience

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


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

Okkiri Udon at Takasaki for LunchTo Hotel by bus

Oze Iwakura Resort
Day3-10 Enjoy Katashina Ski Resort
Thinking Day Trip!? Yes we can!(See another page)
Oze Iwakura Resort
Day11 To Takasaki Station by bus to

Tokyo Station(about 1 hour)We prepare bus to get Hotel.
Enjoy 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 receiving the wind from Akagi-yama. See how many you can catch from a hole in the frozen lake!

Your Choice - Back Country Skiing & 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.