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Welcome to Mt. Komorebi!
“Locals have enjoyed the healing hot springs of Mt. Komorebi for centuries. Now, thanks to the modern snow sports resort in Yukimatsu, everyone else can, too! The region has become a hotspot for tourists looking for a vacation that’s equal parts relaxing and adventurous. With so many new visitors, there have been a lot of changes to the rolling forests that surround Mt. Komorebi. Hopefully, the area will be able to maintain the charm that drew so many Sims to it in the first place.”
Mt. Komorebi it split into three different neighborhoods:
Senbamachi, the town of a thousand leaves, is the oldest in the region. Many locals enjoy the town’s connection to nature, espcially with the bamboo forests surrounding the town and unique spritely creatures that make a home in the 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.
“Nobody knows who named this section of town Hanamigawa, but the lot at 6-4-1 Hanamigawa reflects the meaning well: “Treasured flower looking down the river.” This home is the perfect starter for a growing household.”
This 20×15 lot is empty when you first move to Mt. Komorebi and costs $19,943.
“Homes like the one at 5-3-1 Shinrinyoku are less common these days. This large family home is ideal for any expanding household, with plenty of outdoor space for relaxing and entertaining.”
This 30×20 lot is home to the Akiyama Family.
“Nestled at the base of Mt. Komorebi, 5-6-1 Shinrinyoku is a beautiful family home with the perfect mix of privacy and access to the heart of Senbamachi.”
This 20×15 lot is home to the Nishidake Family.
Izakaya Ippai (Bar)
“Izakaya Ippai is the perfect place to meet up with friends, play a game of cards, or chat with the locals of Senbamachi.”
Hanamigawa Koen (Park)
“Hanamigawa Koen is a beautiful natural space that belongs to everyone! The land was donated to the town by families who wanted to preserve a little bit of the sweeping, surrounding natural beauty in the heart of Senbamachi.”
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 neighbourhood’s natural beauty.
“This lot is ripe for development. Settled on the border of the Wakabamori subarea, any home or business on this lot is afforded easy access to the quiet residential charm of Wakabamori, as well as the bustling activity of Wakaba’s town center.”
This 20×15 residential lot is initially empty and costs $2,000.
“2-4-2 Wakabamori is the perfect rental for any traveler looking to immerse themselves in the full experience of Mt. Komorebi.”
This 30×20 Rental lot is one of three in the world of Mt. Komorebi and costs $664 per day.
“Sleek, exquisite, and understated. 2-4-3 Wakabamori fits right into the neighborhood while offering complete amenities, at an inclusive price that anyone can afford.”
This 20×15 lot is unoccupied and costs $19,682
“2-5-1 Wakabamori was a traditional manor home that has been transformed into a contemporary work of art. Seen as the nicest home in the entire prefecture, owning this home makes a bold statement to anyone who cares about that kind of thing.”
This 50×50 lot is home to the Ito Family.
“A swanky hotspot for both locals and tourists, Hazakura Lounge is the perfect place to grab a drink, meet locals, and watch local musicians take the stage.”
The true beauty of the countryside can be seen from Yukimatsu, named for its snow-covered pines. Located on the slops of Mt. Komorebi, this resort 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 sight of the Snow Festival, or an exhilarating climb to Mt. Komorebi’s highest peak, this year-round snowy wonderland has something for everyone.
“5-1-1 Kiyomatsu is a stunningly unique rental with contemporary touches. Enjoy all of the ski-in, ski-out benefits of the Kiyomatsu subarea as well as easy access to the Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse.”
This 30×20 lot is one of three new Rental lots in Mt. Komorebi and costs $608 per day.
“5-1-2 Kiyomatsu is a gorgeously traditional rental with plenty of space for large groups and families. Enjoy all of the ski-in, ski-out benefits of the Kiyomatsu subarea as well as easy access to the Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse.”
This 30×20 lot is one of three new Rental lots in Mt. Komorebi and costs $770 per day.
Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse
“The Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse is the perfect place to unwind after an exciting day on the mountain. The natural hot springs have rejuvenating properties that will get any weary (or bruised!) adventurer back into the action in no time.”
“Kiyomatsu Point is currently undeveloped. This giant plot has great residential and commercial potential: easy access to snow sports slopes and the Sutefani Onsen Bathhouse, and room to build whatever the heart desires (and has enough funds for.)”
This 50×50 lot is unoccupied and costs $34,540
Whether your Sims are young or old there is plenty to see, do, and explore. So why not make your way over to Mt. Komorebi and see what you discover first!
You can find out more about the residents of Mt. Komorebi here!
What are you looking forward to exploring in Mt. Komorebi first? Let us know in the comments below, talk to us on social media or find us on the slopes!