Enjoy the Awe Inspiring Ice Village at Hoshino Resort in Hokkaido

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Live out your winter adventure in the magical snow resort located in Hokkaido, the northernmost area of Japan which was said to be one of the inspirations for Elsa’s world renowned ice palace featured in the animated fantasy movie, “Frozen” which gained tremendous popularity not only in Asia but all over the globe.


Hoshino Resorts took full advantage of the ice and snow in the northern area of Japan by designing their own snow world for guests and tourists to experience this winter season. Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of globetrotters and travel enthusiasts come to visit the Land of the Rising Sun in order to go sightseeing, experience the country’s unique culture and try out the wide selection of iconic Japanese cuisines.


During the winter season, Hokkaido is especially popular for tourists who are into skiing and those who enjoy the cold weather. This prompted Hoshino Resorts, a world class resort in Japan to maximize and further beautify the awe inspiring winter landscape of Hokkaido for the tourists to enjoy. The resort offers various distinctive services for their guest such as but not limited to their illuminated hoarfrost cloud walk in which they aspire to provide travellers with an unforgettable view of the scenery.

Hoshino Resort is situated near Mount Tomamu where they seek to establish the ice village in the beautiful winter landscape. The said snow world or ice village is set to have area of more than three hectares with eleven wonderful snow domes. The resort will also prepare a lot of snow inspired activities for the tourists to experience during their stay. These activities include gelato making, an ice bar, an ice bakery and an exciting ice slide for the children to enjoy. Meanwhile, their main attraction is the icy afternoon tea for the adult tourists.


Reference: Step into a magical ‘ice village’ resort in northern Japan


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