Manza Onsen


Manza Onsen stands as one of Japan's highly acclaimed high-altitude hot springs, located in the mountains at an elevation of 1,800 meters. From this elevated point, you are treated to an exceptional perspective of the captivating winter landscape. What makes it truly unique is the array of hot spring waters, a draw for numerous visitors, with each hot spring lodge sourcing water from distinct springs. Adjacent to this haven, the Manza Onsen Ski Resort presents an array of winter snow sports and activities. Catering to various preferences, the resort features comprehensive package plans that encompass rental gear and ski passes, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable experience on the slopes. The ski resort offers skiing and snowboarding from around mid December to late March or early April. The town's small resort has four lifts and is operated by the Manza Prince Hotel that stands right next to the ski slope and also offers rental equipment and package plans that combine accommodation with ski passes.

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Manza Onsen Ski Resort is located in the Gunma Prefecture of Japan, situated in the Joshin’etsu Kogen National Park and it’s 2 hours and 30 minutes from Tokyo by a combination of shinkansen, local train, and bus.

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