Category:Chubu Region

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The Chubu region of central Honshu is home to the bulk of Japan's highest mountain ranges and has a high concentration of big name ski area destinations along with a lot of lesser known gems. Mount Fuji is within Chubu on the Pacific coast, along with the Kita Alps (also called the Japan Alps, or Northern Alps) closer to the Seas of Japan coat line.

Chubu is made up of the following well known prefectures (states): Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, Yamanashi.


Chubu Region
Location of Chubu Region
Ski Season December - May
Ski Areas Gala Yuzawa

Hakuba Cortina
Goryu
Hakuba valley
Hakuba47
Hakusan Ichirino
Happo One
Hakuba Highland
Iizuna Resort
Iwatake (Hakuba)
Kagura
Minekata
Myoko Kogen
Naeba
Norikura (Hakuba)
Nozawa Onsen
Sanosaka (see Sun Alpina)
Shiga Kogen
Sugadaira Kogen
Sun Alpina (Hakuba)
Togari
Tsugaike Kogen

Travel

Moving through the Chubu region of Honshu is easy, with various Shinkansen lines and Highway bus routes linking Tokyo with major cities and regional hubs, there is typically more than one way to get to your destination. Check individual ski area destination pages for more info.

Pages in category "Chubu Region"

The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.