Kiroro Ski Resort is located in the Northern Island of Hokkaido, so you can expect the light, dry powder Japan is famous for. Kiroro features two peaks of pristine dry powder snow with runs for everyone from beginners to advanced. Accommodation options in Kiroro are limited to the two main hotels located at the resort, both of which are luxurious properties. In terms of a village and apres, most facilities are located within the hotels including a range of cuisines to choose from, however like a lot of Japanese resorts nightlife is limited.
Kiroro AccommodationThere are a select number of accommodation options available in Kiroro, all offering luxurious accommodation in the heart of the resort.
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