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Shiga Kogen Yakebitaiyama Ski Resort
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OPEN:Dec.03,2016 〜 CLOSE:Apr.02,2017

Shiga Kogen Yakebitaiyama Ski Resort01
Japan's largest ski area, Shiga Kogen comprises 19 separate ski grounds. These world-class ski runs have hosted the 1998 Nagano Olympics, World Cup competitions, and other major events. The slopes are well groomed and maintained, and the snow is powdery.
Japan's top ski resort, and the scene of numerous international events. Its long ski trails offer exciting rides through wonderful scenery. But it's not just about skiing, because everyone will also enjoy the 360-degree panorama from the vantage point at 2,000 m, offering spectacular views of the Japanese Alps.

The history of the
FIS official tournament

  1. Mar.08.-10,1989 FIS World Cup - Slalome, Giant Slalome
  2. Mar.08.-09,1997 FIS World Cup - Slalome, Giant Slalome
  3. Feb.26.-27,2000 World Cup - Giant Slalome, Halfpipe
  4. Feb.16.-18,2001 FIS World Cup - Slalome, Giant Slalome
  1. Mar.07.-08,2003 FIS World Cup - Slalome
  2. Jan.29.-Feb.01,2006 YAMAHA-IPC WORLD CUP FOR THE DISABLED 2006 - Slalome, Giant Slalome
  3. Mar.10.-11,2006 FIS World Cup - Slalome

KIDS FREE PROGRAM

CHILDREN UNDER 13 SKI FREE!!

*Program contents and schedule vary upon location. (each ski resort)
*Some programs require registration. *Some programs are fee-based.

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