SSAWS
SSAWS, pronounced "zaws" (ザウス) and officially known as LaLaport Skidome SSAWS (ららぽーとスキードームSSAWS), was an indoor ski slope in Funabashi, Chiba, Japan. The name was an acronym of "Spring Summer ...
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Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort
Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort (野沢温泉スキー場, Nozawa Onsen Sukī-jō) is a skiing venue located in Nozawaonsen, Nagano, Japan.Nozawa Onsen Village is located at the foot of the ski resort, which spans acr...
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Ōeyama
Ōeyama (Japanese: 大枝山) also Ooe-yama and Mount Ooe is a mountain in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.The mount is 480m high. It was known in popular mythology as the residence of Shuten-dōji, a demon. It was d...
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Niseko Mt. Resort Grand Hirafu
Niseko Mt. Resort Grand Hirafu (ニセコマウンテンリゾート グラン・ヒラフ, Niseko Maunten Guran Hirafu) is a ski resort located in the Hirafu area of Kutchan, Abuta District, Hokkaidō, Hokkaidō, Japan. It is a va...
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Snow Harp
Snow Harp is a cross-country skiing venue located in Hakuba, Nagano, Japan. For the 1998 Winter Olympics, the venue hosted the cross-country skiing and the cross-country skiing portion of the Nordic c...
Sapporo Teine
Sapporo Teine (サッポロテイネ) is a recreational center in Teine-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It comprehends many facilities, such as the ski resort (with other facilities, besides ski), the Teineyama Ropew...
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Hakuba Happoone Winter Resort
Hakuba Happoone Winter Resort (白馬八方尾根スキー場, Hakuba Happōone Sukī-jō) is a ski resort located on Mount Karamatsu in Hakuba, Japan. For the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, it hosted the alpine sk...
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Rusutsu Resort
The Rusutsu Resort (ルスツリゾート, Rusutsu Rizōto) is the largest resort in Hokkaidō, Japan, operated by Kamori Kankō. The resort is mostly famous for its ski slopes, but it also has an amusement pa...
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Hunter Mountain Shiobara
Hunter Mountain Shiobara (ハンターマウンテン塩原, Hantā Maunten Shiobara) is a ski area in Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, which was developed by the owners of Hunter Mountain in New York.
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Hakuba, Nagano
Hakuba (白馬村, Hakuba-mura) is a village located in Kitaazumi District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It is located at the center of one of Japan's largest winter skiing and mountain recreation are...
Furano Ski Resort
Furano Ski Resort (富良野スキー場, Furano Sukii-jō), also known as Furano Ski Area, is a resort in Furano, Hokkaido, Japan, owned and operated by Prince Hotels. One of the leading ski areas in Hokkai...
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Iizuna Kogen Ski Area
Iizuna Kogen Ski Area (飯綱高原スキー場, Iizuna Kōgen Sukī-jō) is a skiing area located in Iizuna, Nagano, Japan.Constructed on existing alpine skiing runs, it hosted the freestyle skiing events for t...
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Yamagata Zao Onsen Ski Resort
The Yamagata Zao Onsen Ski Resort (山形蔵王温泉スキー場, Yamagata Zaō Onsen Skī-jō) is the largest ski resort in Tōhoku region, Japan, operated by Zao Onsen Tourism Association (蔵王温泉観光協会, Zaō On...
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Shiga Highlands
Shiga Highlands (志賀高原, Shiga-kōgen) is a ski resort and hiking spot, located in the Jōshin'etsu-kōgen National Park in the highlands of Yamanouchi, Nagano, Japan. In 1980, an area of 13,000 ha...
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List of ski areas and resorts in Japan
This is a list of ski areas and resorts in Japan. The list includes areas operating now.
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Takasu Snow Park
The Takasu Snow Park (高鷲スノーパーク, Takasu Sunō Pāku) is a ski area on Mount Dainichi in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The resort opened in 1999, developed by Tōwa Kankō. J Mountains Group acquired the ...
Naeba Ski Resort
Naeba Ski Resort (苗場スキー場, Naeba Sukī-jō) is a ski resort on the eastern slope of Mount Takenoko (筍山) in Yuzawa (湯沢町), Niigata Prefecture. This ski resort was formerly run by Kokudo, an...
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Kanbayashi Snowboard Park
Kanbayashi Snowboard Park is a park located in Yamanouchi, Nagano, Japan. Constructed in 1995, it hosted the snowboarding half-pipe events for the 1998 Winter Olympics.
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