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Tangram Ski Circus

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Tangram Ski Circus

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3575-8 Furumi, Shinano-machi, Kamiminochi-gun 389-1302 Nagano Prefecture
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“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle  A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)
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“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)

“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)<br>The first departure starts from 2 people every week. (If you have not reached the initial number, we will contact you separately.)<br>It will be a day tour to see around Asakusa.<br><br>Basically it is a plan with a guide by Japanese, but it is also possible to handle in Korean, English, Chinese, Vietnamese<br>In some cases, we may tour with foreigners.<br><br>Of course, if you are a family, you can also arrange for a family tour.<br>If you have any questions, please feel free to ask questions.<br><br>* Schedules and time zones may vary around the season.<br><br>Meeting place: Hotel lobby within Tokyo's 23 wards<br>With support car<br><br>1. The National Art Center, Tokyo (2 hours)<br>This is a place where Tsuji visits on a date with senior Okudera who is longing for a part-time job. The two people eat at the “Salon de Terondo” on the second floor of the building. This cafe with a conical shape floating in the air seems to be popular for its high-quality sweets such as cakes and macaroons. We have prepared a trip around the building because it is a spot that is a secret spot among the locals.<br><br>2. Move to Shinanomachi by electric bicycle (15 minutes)<br><br>3. Sakai JR Shinanomachi-mae footbridge (30 minutes)<br>The footbridge that appears many times in the play is just off JR Shinanomachi Station on the left. This is where Mio and Okudera farewell date and Mitsuha who visited Tokyo tried to call him. You can take a walk, and the docomo tower seen from here is also a spectacular spot.<br><br>4. Seitoku Memorial Picture Gallery (1 hour)<br>The building reflected in the background of the school scene of the samurai and others is the “Saintoku Memorial Painting Hall” on the Jingu Gaien near JR Shinanomachi Station. This museum, which is designated as an important cultural property of the country, displays a precious huge mural depicting the progress of Japanese modernization from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period. Mural paintings are the times when Japanese clothes are changing from kimono to clothes. The mix of Japanese tradition and Western culture is very interesting, and it is worth seeing if you want to know Japan a little older than today.<br>* Tickets will be prepared if you apply in advance.<br><br>5. Move to Shinjuku by electric bicycle (15 minutes)<br><br>6. Lunch (1 hour)<br>Conveying sushi is planned.<br><br>7. Intersection behind Shinjuku Police Station<br><br>8. Shinjuku Big Guard East
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snowlife76 wrote a review Sep 2018
Wollongong, Australia172 contributions84 helpful votes
So everybody goes to madarao and rides their gladed tree runs etc and perhaps ... if they have time ... they might quickly do a few runs over at the interlinked tangram. Well I’m here to tell you (why I don’t know, cause I should keep it a secret) that tangram has plenty of great runs too. It doesn’t have expansive terrain or heaps of vertical but the terrain it does have is varied and reliable and uncrowded except for weekends and public holidays. Groomers super quite on a no pow day . Fun little terrain park too with 3 decent intermediate jumps, well groomed and zero crowds.
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Date of experience: February 2018
Yogesh C wrote a review Jan 2016
19 contributions5 helpful votes
lot of long ski tracks. loved food called oyaki here. better to visit on a weekday. took hakutaka shinkansen from tokyo(ueno) to iiyama(nagano). another bus from iiyama station to ski place tangram. better to carry ski wear, ski goggles, gloves. shoes and ski can be rented.
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Date of experience: January 2016
Lokky_78 wrote a review Jan 2015
Melbourne126 contributions111 helpful votes
As reviewed on skiing sites such as powderhounds, this resort could not be more different to the adjacent resort of Madarao Kogen. We came over here for a day from Madarao. The resort is very much designed for intermediate and beginners, and has plenty of open terrain. All the runs finish at the base of the mountain and the facilities are all located at the base. It has plenty of children play and learning areas, and loads of groomed slopes. On the day we were there, they also had some short mogul runs on the beginner slopes for people to learn how to ride moguls. There was also a small ski/board cross styled course setup for their children lessons, after which was opened to the public (it was fun). However, because of the limited terrain (they only allow riding/skiing on groomed runs), it only took about 3 hours before boredom began to set in. There is plenty of nice off-piste terrain which is out-of-bounds. Judging by the lack of trails in them I suspect they do enforce their no-off-piste policy reasonably strictly. We did do the naughties and cut some fresh tracks through a closed section (closed because a small crack appeared in the snow pack, indicating some sliding / creeping of the snow pack). What we didn't count on, having ridden in the adjacent Madarao Kogen resort for the past 4 days was that this untouched powder was over a rather firm base, as apparent in this video http://youtu.be/020k7vDsLSc when we hit the hidden firm bumps underneath. With the vast amount of potentially nice tree skiing terrain on offer, we would definitely go back if they relax their off-piste policy (hopefully one day), or when we have young kids in tow.
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Date of experience: January 2015
TumbleWeedTW wrote a review Dec 2014
Tokyo, Japan135 contributions39 helpful votes
not a great value for the quality. in an area full of lovely little spots to eat I don't know why anyone would go here...except Tangram ski resort offers a lot of fun space for kids to run around.
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Date of experience: February 2014