Snowflakes, frost trees and incredible powder snow greets Aleney de Winter and her son at Tomamu in Japan.
Enchanted by the flurry of snowflakes that greets us at Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU, my nine-year-old son launches himself straight into the pillowy powder snow. He emerges moments later covered in a layer of sparkling white frosting. “This place is amazing!” he squeals, a large grin splitting his face. We haven’t even made it through the door yet.
But he’s right. Offering a classic Japanese-style resort experience in an uncrowded but idyllic location on the Hokkaido Powder Belt, TOMAMU is a Hoshino Resorts ski-in, ski-out veritable paradise for families, with so much more in store than perfect Japan pow (though there’s no shortage of that).