Akakura Kanko Resort

Akakura Kanko Resort (also known as ‘Akakan’) was one of the first European-style ski resorts in Japan. The resort was established in 1937 and is one of the most popular resorts in Myoko. The famous Kanko hotel is situated half way up the mountain on the ski slopes and offers a true ski in ski out experience. The resort is connected with the neighbouring Akakura Onsen ski resort and a joint ticket which allows use of both courses is available for purchase. The resort has slopes that cater to all levels of abilty from beginner to expert.

Ticket Prices 2021/22

Pass Adult Senior 13-15 Under 13
Half Day ¥3,300 ¥2,600 ¥2,300
1 Day ¥4,800 ¥4,000 ¥3,500
2 Day ¥8,500 ¥6,600 ¥5,900
3 Day ¥12,000 ¥9,200 ¥8,000
Lunch Pack ¥5,000 ¥4,200 ¥3,700

Joint ticket for Akakura Kanko & Akakura Onsen

Pass Adult Senior/U13
Akakura All Mountain 1 Day ¥6,000 ¥4,500
Akakura All Mountain 2 Day ¥11,300 ¥8,000
Half Day: Open – 1:00pm or 11:30am – close
Coupon required for lunch pack.
Pre school children ski free.
3rd Sunday each month is kids day. 6-11 year olds ski for free.

Resort Stats

Elevation Base elevation: 740 meters Summit elevation: 1,500 meters Vertical drop: 760 meters
Number of courses 10
Longest run 4500 meters
Lifts Gondolas: 1 Quad chairs: 6
Gradient Maximum: 32 degrees
Night skiing Not available
Foreign language support Not available
Terrain Beginner 40%, Intermediate 30%, Advanced 30%

Akakura Kanko Resort Snow Forecast

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Activity

  • Ski Rental
    AOYAMA SPORTS
    Ski Rental

    Blue Mountain Ski Sports (Aoyama Sports) is the largest ski rental operation in Akakura Myoko with the village's best selection and service. We have three rental shops in Akakura Myoko and one rental shop in Akakura Kanko ski field.

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  • Tour
    Akakura First Tracks
    Tour

    AKAKURA FIRST TRACKS program is an introductory and incremental all-day “level-up” event geared for ski, snowboard or telemark participants with strong intermediate (or higher) skiing/riding skills who want to know more about how to keep safe in the Backcountry while crushing some sweet lines. So, before we get the small group on too much of an incline, we cover the operation basics of avalanche transceiver, and probe use. Route-finding, hazard avoidance and avalanche phenomenon are also covered through the course of the day.

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