Our lodge has a distinctly traditional Japanese feel whilst uniquly fused with western modernity and comforts. Warm lighting, soft timber finishes, traditional tatami flooring and original shoji screens reflect a true Japanese style Ryokan representative of the real rural mountain village accommodation you’d expect in Japan. Our rooms are warm, have comfortable mattresses and plenty of space for all your luggage requirements; rest assured you’ll feel right at home in Hamon.
A great ski holiday starts and ends with a warm, inviting and comfortable lodge (and snow of course). With this is mind we’ve tried to keep things friendly and humble here at Hamon and have included all the necessary ingredients to make your stay as welcoming as possible. We understand that you’ll want to get out and explore the Hakuba Valley but rest assured if you want to while away the winter nights there’s nothing in Ha-mon to stop you.
We when say Hamon is a one-stop-shop we mean it and we aim to immerse you in the local area and culture all while enjoying the beautiful mountains of Hakuba’s Northern Alps. With that in mind we’re not just a skiing destination and we hope you glean insight into the workings of this beautiful mountain town we call home. From delicious local fare to insightful cultural activities we’ve got all the bases covered to ensure your stay here at Hamon is as memorable as it can be.
When you arrive into Hakuba we’ll be there to greet you (with a smile of course). When your ready to leave (sadly) we’ll arrange to have you dropped at the destination of your choice. If you need to go further afield we can help with that too: just let us know!
For a small rural area the Hakuba Valley is blessed with some amazing eats (and in great quantity too). As foodies we share a love of good fare and we’d love to take you on a culinary journey while you are here. We’ll book and transport you to some of our favourite local eateries.
We know this mountains better than most and via our sister-company GoodGuides we can help you explore the vast terrain that is on offer. Whether you are a first-timer looking to explore the side-country or a season touring pro we have a guided tour for you. If you’re into self-guiding our in-house guides provide daily safety reports so you know before you go.
There are many ways to get to Hakuba so you can customise your transfer to your needs. There are numerous transfer options to Hakuba so choose the best option for the make up of your group, where you are transferring from and what degree of comfort or connivence you require!
Hamon Slope side Accommodation is ski-in ski-out at one of Hakuba Valley’s largest (and best) ski resorts. You may have heard of ‘Japow’, but locally in Hakuba it is ‘Tsugapow’ that gets the legs wobbling. With great terrain for all levels of riding and some of the longest powder courses in Japan there is something for everyone. With great access to some of Japan’s best Alpine terrain, Tsugaike opens up a veritable backcountry paradise for those who want to earn their turns. With it’s own distinctly Japanese village Tsugaike feels like the real Japan. With a smattering of restaurants and bars you’ll be well fed and watered, and with easy access to local village shuttles services you’ll find yourself exploring the Hakuba Valley in it’s entirety (10 resorts) and getting to know the vast terrain that is on offer.
From backcountry skiing, art installations, live music and more. Hamon has become a cultural hub where Japanese artists and athletes can express themselves and share their talents with the world.
Information on all all of the ski areas in the Hakuba Valley