A complete resort hotel snow holiday experience awaits guests at the Tangram Madarao Tokyu Resort Hotel, perfectly located at the base of the Tangram side of the famous Madarao Tangram powder ski area. We have been fans of Madarao for a decade, and since Tangram came to the tree course party and opened up their powder runs too the combination has become Japan’s best medium size resort.
The Australian market have put it on the map, and it’s the most popular medium resort for them nowadays too. Which is a good thing as new facilities and options have sprouted so there are several good cafes, restaurants and pubs and various lodges around the Madarao side village.
But for a full resort hotel ski in/ski out experience that is also exceptional value for money Tangram Madarao Tokyu Resort Hotel offers a great self-contained snow holiday.
Tokyu are right up there with Hoshino and Prince as the top hotel/ski resort companies in Japan – as we have mentioned for Tokyu’s Grandeco Resort in Fukushima Prefecture also.
It’s ideal for families, couples, or friends, after skiing relax and enjoy the facilities, like the large, sunny swimming pool and indoor/outdoor onsen.
Activities include snowmobiles for adults and kids, snow rafting, and a kids park all out front of the hotel.
English language ski lessons are available.
A sumptuous buffet banquet features 50 dishes of delicious Japanese, Chinese and Western favourites. Or dine in the Japanese or French cuisine restaurants, then have some après fun in the karaoke bar.
There are 245 rooms, all a spacious 40m².
People may have overlooked the Tangram side of the resort because of its previous old school no-powder policy until recently, but this side of the mountain boasts some of the best terrain, including steep pitches. Access to it doesn’t get easier than this, and to be first on a powder day just scoot up Tangram’s No 1 & No 2 lifts.
To enjoy the amazing snow and relaxed style of Madarao Tangram at the resort’s best address, Tangram Madarao Tokyu Resort Hotel, check the bookings/more link at