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Furano Travel Guide

Furano is the most famous of all the ski resorts in Japan; however, it is still relatively undiscovered by foreign tourists. Furano is known for its light, powdery snow, of which up to 29 feet (9m) falls each year, and equally for its amazing weather, with more sunny days than any other resort on Hokkaido.The Furano Ski Area is divided into two areas: the Kitanomine zone, open from mid-December to late March; and the Furano zone open from late November to early May. Both areas have a range of accommodation, restaurants and après ski options, all just minutes away from the town of Furano by shuttle.The town of Furano offers many cultural attractions, including ancient shrines and temples along with theatres, spas, shopping markets and locally-produced cheese, wine and ice milk. Visitors should be sure to visit the town's many museums, cafes and galleries, too.

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