Pension Fuu (Kutchan Town, Hokkaido)
Kutchan Town, Hokkaido
ペンション風 (北海道 倶知安町)
Ski dry room
Breakfast is a set menu. Please let us know in advance if you do not want Japanese style and we will be happy to accommodate you.
Evening meal is Western style, 1620 yen. Please let us know in advance if you wish to book evening meal.
Room with bath & toilet (ensuite):
1 night + breakfast – 9180 yen (1 room 1 person)
1 night + breakfast – 7560 yen (1 room 2 people)
1 night + breakfast – 7020 yen (1 room 3-4 people)
Room without bath & toilet (Western style / Japanese style):
1 night + breakfast – 8100 yen (1 room 1 person)
1 night + breakfast – 6480 yen (1 room 2 people)
1 night + breakfast – 5940 yen (1 room 3-4 people)
Bunk beds room:
1 night + breakfast – 7560 yen (1 room 1 person)
1 night + breakfast – 5940 yen (1 room 2 people)
1 night + breakfast – 5400 yen (1 room 3-4 people)
Children (6-12 years old) with breakfast - 4320 yen
Infants (under 6 years) without meal, only bed - 2700 yen
Infants (under 6 years) without meal and bed (entrance fee) - 1080 yen
Dinner can be provided at an extra charge:
1620 yen for adults
1080 yen for children
Please let us know a day in advance if required.
1080 yen (540 yen for children) will be deducted from the price list if you do not need breakfast.
An extra charge of 1080 yen (per adult per night) will be applied between December 29th and January 3rd.
The towns of Kutchan and Niseko are located in the Shiribeshi region of southwestern Hokkaido. The popular ski and snowboard resorts in the region are all within the boundaries of these two towns. The main Route 5 road runs through the area, as does the Hakodata Honsen local train line. The main train station in the area is Kutchan Station.
Pension Fuu first opened in December 2006 in a relatively quiet area with fantastic views of Mount Yotei.
We are a 15 minute walk from the central Grand Hirafu area. If you don’t want to walk, we can take you to and from the central area for onsen, bars & restaurants (until 9:00pm).
We do not have fluent English-speaking staff, but we do provide a big welcome and hope that you come and enjoy the Niseko experience at Pension Fuu this season.
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