What clothes should I wear?
Clothes for skiing need to be warm and easy to move in. Please wear slightly larger clothes than your regular size so that you can add clothes inside if it becomes cold. You also need a pocket with a zipper to attach an IC lift ticket to.
Temperatures at the ski area are 5℃-10℃ during the day on average, even though in the early mornings, it is often below 0℃. On sunny days, you may feel sweaty. Please prepare under wear or other clothes to change into. Towels and tissues might be also convenient so you might want to bring them with you.
To protect yourself from injuries, please wear a cap, gloves, and boots. * If you don’t have them, some are sold at the adjunct shop.
Helmets are available to rent but the number and size are limited. A bicycle helmet can be used, but please be careful since a bicycle helmet tends to shift and block your vision.
What else do I need?
SUV products, and chapstick/lip balm
A long sleeve shirt
Sport socks (long length socks)
Items not available to rent. * Those items may be available for purchase at an adjunct retail shop.
Lift Ticket Holder
Toys for playing with snow (shovels for play etc.)
For people with small children
We have a children’s nursery section inside of the restaurant on the 2nd floor of the Ski Center for small children to rest. In the bathroom (for the handicapped), there is a table for changing diapers.
When you are coming by car, please install studless tires on your car or have tire chains ready in your car. The roads may be icy or snowy during the ski season, though it is usually only for a few days. Please make sure to check the road conditions before you come on our homepage and/or by calling us.