Mt. Komorebi is based on two Japanese islands, Honshū and Hokkaido.
The neighborhood Yukimatsu is covered in snow and experiences both snowfall and thundersnow without Seasons installed.
With Seasons installed, the weather is generally cold during each season. Winters are characterized by a lot of snowfall and cold or freezing temperatures. Dangerous blizzards can occur in the winter.
Mt. Komorebi consists of three different neighborhoods.
There are 14 normal lots in Mt. Komorebi, including 3 rental lots, 1 bar, 1 lounge, 1 onsen bathhouse and 6 residential lots. In addition, it also has 3 hidden lots.
Like its namesake, Wakaba is young, new, and bright as the leaves of a tree in early springtime. This small town is up-and-coming in the region, home to beautiful, sleek new homes and an attractive town center featuring Mt. Komorebi’s official mascot: Yamachan. Tourists of all ages can enjoy the Festival of Youth, or simply take in the neighborhood’s natural beauty.
Senbamachi, the town of a thousand leaves, is the oldest in the region. Many locals enjoy the town’s connection to nature, especially with the bamboo forests surrounding the town and unique spritely creatures that make a home in their leaves. It’s said that if you walk the local trails long enough, you’re bound to meet the guardians of the trees who reward those who love and respect their dwelling.
The true beauty of the countryside can be seen from Yukimatsu, named for its snow-covered pines. Located on the slopes of Mt. Komorebi, this area offers gorgeous vacation rentals, a variety of snow sports, untamed wilderness, and a peaceful Onsen Bathhouse getaway. Whether it’s relaxation in a hot spring, seeing the sights of the Snow Festival, or an exhilarating climb to Mt. Komorebi’s highest peak, this year-round snowy wonderland has something for everyone.
|Neighborhood||Lot||Lot type||Lot size||Value||Price per day||Occupants|
|Yukimatsu||Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse||Onsen Bathhouse||30×20||§75,971|
|Akiyama family||§24,335||Jenna Akiyama, Kado Akiyama, Taku Akiyama, Miki Akiyama|
|Ito family||§42,562||Naoki Ito, Megumi Ito, Kiyoshi Ito, Nanami Ito|
|Nishidake family||§25,000||Shigeru Nishidake, Sachiko Nishidake, Kaori Nishidake|