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Ski in Ski out Kijimadaira Ski Resort Lodge

Mainland Japan / Nagano Area
  • 7
  • 6
  • 270 sqm
  • 294 sqm
  • 0m from lifts

Kijimadaira, Nagano 389-2303

  • This lodge known as 'Pension Big Forest' is located in the Kijimadaira Ski Resort and is a true Ski in Ski out experience
  • Although the decor is a little outdated it is currently fully furnished with a fully equipped commercial kitchen. The equipment however will require a test before operating.
  • 7 bedrooms - 2 guest rooms with en-suites (5 Guests + 2 Staff Rooms), dining, commercial kitchen, dry room, entertainment room, communal bathing rooms etc..
  • Located approximately a 20 minute drive to Nozawa Onsen and a 15 minute drive to the Iiyama Shinkansen station and all amenities available in Iiyama City
  • Sweeping view of the City of Iiyama and Mountain Ranges beyond
  • Great opportunity to run as hotel lodging or fantastic as a private getaway
  • Kijimadaira is one of the four interconnected Mt Kosha ski resorts along with Yomase Onsen, Yamabiko no Oka, and X-Jam Takaifuji. Yomase Onsen is nothing that exciting in its own right, X-Jam TakaiFuji is renowned for its terrain parks, whilst Yamabiko is just a tiny link ski area, but as a collection they provide decent terrain size and the 4-area pass enhances the sidecountry opportunities. The Mt Kosha resorts combined have 18 lifts and 39 courses.
  • Kijimadaira ski area is the largest of the Mt Kosha resorts, although in isolation it is reasonably small with only 7 lifts and 10 courses (ie piste). With 796 metres of vertical (475 – 1,271m), it’s a long and skinny ski area except for a slight flaring in the middle.
  • Kijimadaira is also renowned for being the first Japanese resort to allow snowboarders, so it’s considered by some to be the birthplace of snowboarding.
  • The top lift is generally only open on weekends, but the plus is that the powder builds up on weekdays and is ready for you to savour on a Saturday.

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