Mt Naeba is is a convenient 2 hour (approximate) journey from Tokyo. Naeba is linked by the enthralling Dragondola with Kagura ski resort. Naeba ski resort is well serviced by the Prince Hotel which offers a plethora of facilities and restaurants. Naeba Ski Resort is a purpose built resort which offers fantastic developed facilities and infrastructure. Naeba is great for families and offers a wide range of activities off the slopes. Family Snowland has great things to do for visitors of all age with snow rafting, snow tubing, snow trains, snowmobiles and other fun activities.
Naeba AccommodationThe ski resort of Naeba is serviced by one major hotel, Naeba Prince Hotel is a sprawling resort with over 1200 rooms.
How to get to
NaebaThere are a few different ways you can get to Naeba from Tokyo and other cities. Check out which option is best for you.
Naeba Trail MapsMt Naeba is linked with Kagura Ski Resort by Japan's longest gondola, the Dragondola.
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