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Kawaba Ski Resort川場スキー場

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Skiing/Snowboarding Area

This ski resort is located on Mt. Takate in Kawaba Village Tone County Gunma Prefecture. It’s known for the quality and quantity of its powder snow. Many of the courses run through the woods. There are ten slopes available ranging from gentle courses for beginners to advanced courses. Its ample restaurants and shops are also a draw.

place

Kawaba Plateau, Kawaba Village, Tone-gun, Gumma Prefecture (Numata / Oigami / OzeArea)

phone 0278523345
place

8:00-16:00 (depends on weather and time)

Review of Tandoor Kawaba

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2014/07/31 川場スキー場のランチはここに決めています
川場スキー場は、東京から安い日帰りバスツアーがあるので、シーズン中に3-5回くらい行きます。
ランチは毎回ここです。
いつもランチのAセットを頼みます。卵、チキン、キーマ、野菜の4種類のカレーから2種類選べ、大きいナンとサフランライスが少しと、ミニサラダがついています。ナンが大きくて美味しいです。カレーは4種類のどれも美味しいです。キーマが少し辛口、卵が甘口です。
私たちは早めにお昼を食べるのでい...

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Address
Kawaba Plateau, Kawaba Village, Tone-gun, Gumma Prefecture [ map ]
Area
Numata / Oigami / OzeArea
Phone
0278523345
Ski resort season
2019/12/7 start Scheduled
Hours
8:00-16:00 (depends on weather and time)
Closed
open everyday
Fees
[1Sunday Ticket (Weekday)] Adults4900yen, Child (Junior High School Students) 3600yen, 2000yen to Pre-schoolers over 3 years old, Shinia (over 50 years old) 4100yen
Parking Lot
Available(1800spaces)
Credit Card
Available (excluding some stores
VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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