Kamori Kankō

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The Kamori Kankō (加森観光?) is a tourist company operating hotels and amusement parks, mainly in Hokkaidō, Japan. The company is headquartered in Sapporo. Its most important resort facility has been Rusutsu Resort. The company was founded in 1981, and its group rapidly expanded after 1998, through mergers of underperforming facilities.

Group facilities[edit]

Resort[edit]

Leisure facilities[edit]

Ski areas[edit]

  • Sapporo Teine: Teine, Sapporo, Hokkaidō. Including Teineyama Ropeway
  • Nakayama-tōge Ski Field: Kimobetsu, Hokkaidō
  • Hakodate Yokotsudake Ski Field: Nanae, Hokkaidō
  • Appi Kōgen Ski Field: Hachimantai, Iwate
  • Getō Kōgen Ski Field: Kitakami, Iwate
  • Ontake Ski Field: Ōtaki, Nagano
  • Noboribetsu Sanraiba Ski Field: Noboribetsu, Hokkaidō

Hotels[edit]

  • Nakayamatōge Kōgen Hotel: Kimonetsu, Hokkaidō
  • Niseko Yamada Onsen Hotel: Kutchan, Hokkaidō
  • Art Hotels Sapporo: Chūō, Sapporo, Hokkaidō
  • Morioka Grand Hotel: Morioka, Iwate
  • Art Hotels Hamamatsuchō: Minato, Tōkyō
  • Art Hotels Ōmori: Shinagawa, Tōkyō
  • Suginoi Hotel: Beppu, Ōita

Golf courses[edit]

  • Royal Ship Sapporo Golf Club: Ishikari, Hokkaidō
  • Noboribetsu Onsen Golf Club: Noboribetsu, Hokkaidō
  • Orika Golf Club: Minamifurano, Hokkaidō
  • Hakodate Yokotsu Golf Course: Nanae, Hokkaidō
  • Maple Country Club: Takizawa, Iwate

Others[edit]

External links[edit]