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Tengendai Ski Resort

At an altitude of 1350 meters, this ski resort is located at the base of the Azuma Mountains. The resort is open from mid-November to the beginning of May. At the peak of the winter season, the slopes are 100% powder. Beginners and veterans alike can enjoy skiing at Tengendai. On days with clear skies, skiiers can get a clear view of Yonezawa from above.

Inquiries 0238-55-2236

Tengendai Ski Resort Website

Yonezawa Snow World

Yonezawa Snow World

Yonezawa Snow World is easily accessible, being located directly off of Interstate 13. Those new to skiing and those with more experience can both enjoy what this ski resort has to offer. Lodging is available at the Kirakira Kingdom, located right next to the resort.

Inquiries 0238-28-2511

Yonezawa Snow World Website (Japanese)

Onogawa Ski Resort

Onogawa Ski Resort

This ski resort is located nearby to Onogawa Onsen. With gentle and wide slopes, Onogawa Ski Resort is recommended for beginners and those who would like to ski with friends or family at a relaxed pace.

Inquiries 0238-32-2121

Onogawa Ski Resort Facebook (Japanese)