The Vale Furano

    Property Details

  • Property Type Apartments
  • Property Configuration: Custom
  • Architecture: -
  • Builder: -
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Address: Furano, Hokkaido, Japan

20 Apartments

The union of Hokkaido’s top alpine property developers brings investors a unique opportunity to capture a first-to-market advantage in Hokkaido’s busiest resort town.

The Vale Furano, a joint venture of Hokkaido Tracks and NISADE, delivers the experience, the style and the opportunity to unlock the investment potential of Furano – Hokkaido’s leading 4-season vacation destination, delivering the first-ever condominium development in Hokkaido outside Niseko, The Vale Furano will set a new standard for resort accommodation in the energised town of Furano.

Innovation

With only 20 boutique apartments, The Vale Furano provides the astute investor both capital growth and strong rental returns, driven by a key location and unsurpassed quality design and ambience. The unit mix offers something for every owner and every guest: two top-floor penthouses, one or two-bedroom apartments and studio resort rooms. Each apartment combines understated Japanese elegance, style and comfort with strong functionality. The building is designed to both capture and embrace the breathtaking scenic beauty for which Furano has become known throughout all of Asia.

Location

To be completed in December 2011, The Vale Furano has an unparalleled location directly in front of the Kitanomine Gondola. With this premier position and immediate access to all village attractions, The Vale Furano has all the key fundamentals that, as an Owner of The Vale Furano, ensures you long-term capital growth and powerful rental returns. The Vale Furano, like its sister hotel in Niseko, will be the most prestigious holiday destination in the Furano region. Very few owners worldwide enjoy such a coveted ski-in ski-out address.

Furano area location map.

The Furano Area

Furano is the epicenter of Hokkaido; Asia’s favourite winter wonderland and summer playground. Hokkaido, with its abundance of fresh air, lakes, rivers and natural hot springs, is most famous for its fresh produce, lavender fields and world-class powder snow.
In winter, Furano is a tranquil setting surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Daisetsuzan National Park, which encompasses Hokkaido’s highest peak, Mount Asahidake. At almost 2300 meters, plumes of volcanic smoke billow out of this commanding mountain that reaches into the clouds. With volcanic mountains such as this in close vicinity, it’s little wonder why the Furano area is home to some of the most stunning natural hot springs and onsens in Japan.