Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA

Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA
Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA
Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA
Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA

Meeting place “Sato-no-i-e” is a traditional Japanese house which was built over 150 years ago. Making Kamakura (Japanese snow huts) in the midst of nostalgic landscapes will be an unforgettable experience. They usually have about 2 to 4 meters of snow at SATOYAMA in Iiyama.
After making Kamakura, prepare for lunch. Please enjoy traditional Japanese dishes to warm your body and heart.
Another exciting snow activity is sledding. You will be riding on a slope that’s part of a rice field in summer. It’s fun because you don’t know where it will take you!

Date 16th Jan. - 28th. Feb Only on Saturday, Sunday and National holidays
Price 8,500 yen/person over 13 yrs old; 4,300 yen/person over 4 yrs old
Inclusion Guide fee and Lunch
Deadline & Capacity 3 days before the tour.
Min. 2 persons
Meeting Place By car : IIYAMA SATONOIE (Office Forest Design)
※You'll need winter tires, 4WD or snow chains.

By public transportation : Shinanotaira Bus Station

Time 10:00 - 16:00
*meeting time is 30 minutes before the tour
Please bring Winter clothes - warm gloves, hat and waterproof outfit
towel, change of clothes, snow boots, drinks

*snow boots, rain wears, gloves, and hat are available for rent at SAC.
Making KAMAKURA – Japanese snow huts – in SATOYAMA
  • 16th Jan. - 28th. Feb Only on Saturday, Sunday and National holidays
  • 8,500 yen/person over 13 yrs old; 4,300 yen/person over 4 yrs old

The Guidance of your safety to enjoy activities in nature.

There is a lot of danger that you have to pay attention during enjoying activities in the mountains, rivers, lakes and ponds etc.
Have the knowledge and experience, and be ready for any situation.
We would reccomend you to have guides who are specialized in the feild or paticipate tours.
It is necessary to keep to its field regulations, rules and manners.

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