Akakura Onsen Ski Resort

Akakura Onsen Ski Resort is a large resort made up of 3 main areas, Yodel, Kumado and Ginrei. There are plenty of different courses suitable for all levels of skier and boarder. It is connected to the neighbouring Akakura Kanko Resort and a joint pass can be purchased. Akakura Onsen is also the only resort in Myoko to offer night time skiing. The night time ski area can be found at the Kumado area on the far end of the resort (see map). The resort has terrain parks, offers back country skiing and has child friendly areas for young children to safely play in.

Ticket Prices 2021/22

Ticket Type Adult Senior & 13-15 13-15 Under 13
1-day ¥4,900 ¥3,800 ¥1,000
1-day & night ¥6,000 ¥4,800 ¥1,000
5-hour ¥4,000 ¥3,200 ¥1,000
Night pass ¥2,600 ¥2,600 ¥1,000
1 time ¥600 ¥600 ¥600

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
Pre school children ski free.
3rd Sunday each month is kids day. 6-11 year olds ski for free.
Senior is 60+.

Resort Stats

Elevation Base elevation: 650 meters Summit elevation: 1,200 meters Vertical drop: 550 meters
Number of courses 17
Longest run 3000 meters
Lifts Quad chairs: 2 Triple chairs: 4 Pair lifts: 8
Gradient Maximum: 38 degrees
Night skiing Available
Foreign language support Not available
Terrain Beginner 50%, Intermediate 30%, Advanced 30%

Akakura Onsen Ski Resort Snow Forecast


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