Kids eat, sleep and ski for one dollar in Japan this spring

The snow has arrived in Hokkaido and Hoshino Resorts is celebrating with the ultimate family spring skiing offer.

Stay between mid February to mid April when days are longer, temperatures milder and the ski runs quieter and your kids will eat, sleep, ski and play for one dollar. 

If you’ve got kids under four years of age then they stay for free, if they’re between four and six then it’s $1 a night for accommodation in a standard room in the cool Tomamu Tower (with you of course).

They’ll also get return bus transfers from Chitose airport to Tomamu, daily breakfast and daily lift tickets.

You must book before February 29 and travel between February 16 and April 4.

Bookings are open until the 29th of February and will apply to eligible guests travelling between 16th February and the 4th of April 2020. 

This is a great chance to explore a family friendly, all inclusive resort at a fraction of the usual price with facilities such as open air baths and over 20 dining options in addition to their 29 ski-runs.

This promotion coincides beautifully with the upcoming cherry blossom season in Japan and creates a great opportunity to enjoy some skiing in the north before venturing south to explore the iconic cherry blossoms. 

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Why Tomamu is the best family skiing adventure in Japan

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