Basically a beginner to intermediate resort with very few steep runs. Off piste there is some great tree skiing, but as we had to find out not open to ski at all.

According to other guys who skied this resort, it was bad luck that they got us right after the first run; usually you should be able to ski off piste all day if you keep an open eye and don’t ski the chair lines.

Lines at the base (beginner) were rather long but as soon as there is no easy way down, there were no lines at all.

Update 2010: The middle of the 3 resorts closed for good. Now you can’t ski the remaining two without driving (car, train) to the other part.



A great place to spend your time in Hakuba. Lodge with various options to stay. Single, double, and quad rooms, suites. Internet, common kitchen, living and TV room, etc.


If you stay in Hakuba and intend to ski the resorts in the area, you don’t really need a car. Shuttle buses and/or trains will bring you to the resorts. Men’s day every Wednesday. Tickets about half price.

Discounted Tickets

2000 Yen tickets and other specials


There is soooo much good food in Hakuba. Here just a few which you should try:
– Marukame Korean BBQ – my no. 1 in Hakuba!
– Oshimo – near Train Station – my 2nd no. 1 in hakuba!
– Non Jae – go with all your friend and order and many different things as you want and share!
– Kikyo-Ya – For the best Sushi in Town
– Gravity Worx – Past an Pizza soooo gooood
– Sumou Tei
– And many more

How To Get There

Free of charge bus from Hakuba.

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used to be but middle resort now closed