Snow and weather reports posted on Thursday 25th May 2017

Kiroro Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 7:41am
Weather conditions: overcast
New snowfall: 12cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Kiroro!

This morning we have light winds and once again cold temps around -13deg. In the last 24 hours we have received 12cm of new snow at the base and 15cm at the top, making our snow base 180cm and 280cm base at the top.

Today`s expected snowfall has decreased slightly down to 14cm at the base, and conditions should stay calm all day, then increasing winds around 40km tomorrow.

Enjoy the riding!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website at the moment, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

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Yuzawa Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 7:54am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 59cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Yuzawa.

Snow continuously falling throughout yesterday and more overnight. Very cold this morning too.

Since my last report I have recorded an additional 59cm of snow (22cm of that since yesterday evening when I cleared the measuring point). I double checked those just to be sure.

Here's what the resorts are reporting in terms of fresh snow overnight...

Kagura: 60cm
Kagura (Mitsumata area): 40cm
Kagura (Tashiro area): 60cm
Maiko Snow Resort: 30-40cm

I make that 197cm of snow being observed in town over the last 5 reports. How does that sound! Stylish. Talk about a lot of snow all at once! Check how the official snow depths have suddenly also gone from looking rather sad to rather impressive.

I knew there was a good reason why this is the original 'Snow Country'. :)

As I write this report (just before 8am) actually it is not snowing and there's even a break in the clouds and some blue sky too just to the north of Yuzawa. It's very likely only temporary though as snow is still forecast for all of today and actually all of tomorrow too.

Looks like wind is affecting operations at Kagura this morning with just the Mitsumata area open at the start of the day (may well change).

GALA Yuzawa appears to be open as normal as are other resorts.

Hope you can enjoy your Sunday wherever you are. If you are about to visit Yuzawa soon... congratulations on the timing!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

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Official snow depth information as of Sunday 15th January 2017

GALA Yuzawa
Official snow depth: 280cm

Ishiuchi Maruyama
Official snow depth: 250cm

Iwappara
Official snow depth: 190cm

Joetsu Kokusai
Official snow depth: 230cm

Kagura
Official snow depth:
Kagura - 300cm
Mitsumata - 270cm
Tashiro - 250cm

Kandatsu Kogen
Official snow depth: 195cm

Maiko Snow Resort
Official snow depth:
Upper - 270cm
Base - 150cm

Muikamachi Hakkaisan
Official snow depth: 250cm

Naeba
Official snow depth: 150cm

NASPA Ski Garden
Official snow depth: 170cm

Yuzawa Kogen
Official snow depth:
Top - 230cm
Base - 150cm

Yuzawa Park
Official snow depth: 160cm

Yuzawa Nakazato
Official snow depth: 130cm

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'Nighta' (floodlit night operations)

Below are details of the planned 'nighta' operations at ski and snowboards resorts around Yuzawa and Minamiuonuma this season.
This information is subject to change due to snow and weather conditions.
*** Please note that this section will not be updated every day.

Ishiuchi Maruyama
Daily until 19th March 2017.
Nighta is from 5pm until 8:50pm.
The Chuo Number 1, Chuo Number 2 and Kanko Number 3 Express lifts are open daily.
The Kanko Number 1 Express lift, Hatsukaishi Entrance lift and Hatsukaishi Number 2 pair lifts are also open on weekends and holidays.

Iwappara
Daily until 20th March 2017.
Nighta is from 5pm until 9pm on Saturdays and until 8pm on weekdays and Sundays.
The Main course, Grand course and West courses are open during nighta.

Joetsu Kokusai
Daily until 20th March 2017.
Nighta is from 5pm until 9pm.
The area in front of the main base hotel is open for nighta.

Kandatsu Kogen
'Hobo All Night' ('Almost All Night') is on Fridays, Saturdays and nights before holidays between 29th December 2016 and 1st April 2017.
The nighta opening times on those days is from 6pm until 4am the following morning.

Maiko Snow Resort
Daily until 19th March 2017.
Nighta is from 4pm until 8pm.
The Maiko center quad lift on the Maiko Side of the resort operates for nighta.

Naeba
Daily until 26th March 2017.
Nighta is from 4pm until 8:30pm.

NASPA Ski Garden
'Thanks' (extended) opening on Saturdays in January and February and also from 30th December until 8th January 2017.
On those days the Number 1 lift is open until 6pm.

Yuzawa Nakazato
Every Saturday from 7th January until 11th March 2017, 8th January 2017.
Nighta is from 5pm until 8:30pm.
The Number 2 pair lift operates during nighta.   Read more ...
 

Niseko Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 8:31am
Weather conditions: Blue sky, some cloud
New snowfall: 1cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Niseko.

This morning I have just about enough to add 1cm of fresh snow to the report. It's a thick dusting kind of thing.

That is all something of a contrast this weekend with the 131cm of snowfall recorded in Yuzawa (in Niigata) over the last two days* and even more in Myoko (updated). Wow!

(* Our snow is much better though.)

I'm just joshing - I have never been there, though I would certainly like to. And seriously, I do encourage people to read the other reports as well, if not only to get a wider view of what is happening in different regions of Japan, not just Niseko.

Anyway, we enjoyed some nice blue skies yesterday morning with things clouding over gradually later on.

This morning we start the day with lots of blue sky and just a bit of cloud in places. The sun is currently shining through my window. It is remaining cold and seems calm.

Snow is forecast for today and so we can probably expect a change this afternoon, though there doesn't look to be much on the forecast until around Thursday after today.

In the meantime it should be a fun morning on the groomers.

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

About our daily reports

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Niseko Avalanche Report:

Niseko base 6am: -10℃, scarce snowfall. Moiwa850m: -12℃, 10cm snowfall and snowdrifts development. Annupuri 1150m: -14℃, NW8m/s, 15cm new snow. Hirafu1250m: -13℃, light breeze and scarce snow. Kamui cape lighthouse: NE3m/s, 1003hPa, 1.6m waves. Benkei cape lighthouse: ENE9m/s.

Calm morning as the isobars got spread out by a small low-pressure system. Yesterday afternoon’s light storm made some shallow snowdrifts develop in SW area above 800m altitude and reset the slopes. This newest layer (Jan 14th) is likely to slide in steep slopes, and will become a potential trigger layer in the future snowpack. This morning’s avalanche hazard is low, however more snow is forecasted in the afternoon. Hazard level will rise if new snowdrifts start to develop. All gates are scheduled to open, listen to the ski patrol’s advice before stepping out of the gates. Do not duck ropes.

Gate 9 (waterfall) is scheduled to open today. Beware not to fall into streams. The water is ice cold and hypothermia can easily be fatal.

Not much snowfall, but the groomers conditions are fantastic.

Beware of frostbite.

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Resort specific opening news at time of writing (subject to change during the day):

Niseko Grand Hirafu
Niseko HANAZONO Resort
Niseko Village
Niseko Annupuri
Resorts expected to be opening as planned this morning.

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Official resort snow depths as of Sunday 15th January 2017:

Niseko Grand Hirafu & Hanazono
Top - 260cm
Base - 110cm

Niseko Village
Top - 190cm
Base - 120cm

Niseko Annupuri
Top - 190cm
Base - 120cm

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Night skiing is planned until Monday 20th March 2017 at the Niseko Annupuri, Niseko Grand Hirafu and Niseko Village resort areas. There is no nighta in the Hanazono area.   Read more ...
 

Nozawa Onsen Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 8:34am
Weather conditions: Snow
New snowfall: 36cm
Snow depth: --
Morning from Nozawa and lots more snow to add this morning.

The official numbers seem a bit wonky when you include what they reported yesterday afternoon but there they are below. Yamabiko now all of a sudden with a snow depth of 3m. Very nice.

Snow continues to fall this morning and there's a good chance it is going to continue through the day and tomorrow and into Tuesday too. We're really getting a sustained delivery this time.

January 15th is always a big date on the calendar for Nozawa Onsen with the Dosojin Fire Festival. Highly recommended!

Not much more to say this morning other than... excellent!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

About our daily reports

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Sunday 15th January 2017

Fresh snow reported by resort since yesterday morning:
- Yamabiko: 60cm
- Uenotaira: 50cm
- Hikage: 30cm
- Nagasaka: 67cm
- Karasawa: 20cm

Official snow depths:
- Yamabiko: 300cm
- Uenotaira: 190cm
- Hikage: 120cm
- Nagasaka: 115cm
- Karasawa: 100cm

Lifts operations:
All lifts appear to be operating except for:
- Kandahar pair

Most courses at Nozawa Onsen are now open. Courses not open are:
- Hachiman
- Kandahar East
- Kandahar West
- Kamoshika   Read more ...
 

Hakuba Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 8:46am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 14cm
Snow depth: --
Morning from Hakuba and there's more snow to report. Just under 15cm on the ground here and resorts reporting as follows:

Hakuba Cortina: 30-40cm at base and 40-50cm up top.
Hakuba Goryu: 20-40cm
Hakuba 47: 30-40cm
Hakuba Happo-one: 10cm

I think Hakuba Cortina was jealous yesterday as today they zoom to the top of the 'most new snow' for today. But the numbers are good for everywhere, even if Happo is curiously declaring only 10cm.

Anyway...fresh snow everywhere!

There's a fairly strong wind northerly wind this morning and at the start of the day it is affecting top lifts at Goryu/47, Happo-one and Tsugaike Kogen. The top areas of those resorts are unavailable at the time of posting this report and wind is forecast for the day - check with the resorts for the latest on that situation through the day.

(It looks like the Osaru area of the 'Tree Riding Zone' at Hakuba 47 will be open from today).

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

About our daily reports

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Resort news as of 8:45am on Sunday 15th January 2017:

All information as available and subject to change during the day due to weather and snow conditions.

Hakuba 47:
Hakuba 47 is reporting 30-40cm of fresh snowfall.
Strong winds affecting top lifts at the start of the day.
Info:
- All planned lifts are operating.
- The Osaru area of the Tree Riding Zone plans to be open from today.
Official snow depth
Upper: 275cm
Base: 120cm

Hakuba Goryu:
Hakuba Goryu is reporting 30cm-40cm of fresh snowfall.
Strong winds affecting top lifts at the start of the day.
Info:
- All lifts plan to be operating.
- Nighta from 6pm until 9:30pm on the Toomi area.
Official snow depth
Alps: 270cm
Toomi: 120cm
Iimori: 100cm

Hakuba Happo-one:
Hakuba Happo-one is reporting 10cm of fresh snowfall.
Strong winds affecting top lifts at the start of the day.
Info:
- All courses apart from the top Riesen Grat are open.
- Kurobishi off-piste area not open yet.
Official snow depth:
Usagidaira: 180cm
Kurobishi: 195cm
Lower: 90cm

Tsugaike Kogen:
Strong winds affecting top lifts at the start of the day.
Info:
- All areas open
Official snow depth:
Tsuga-no-mori: 255cm
Han-no-ki: 230cm
Maruyama: 120cm
Oya-no-hara: 100cm
Kane-no-naru-oka: 110cm

Hakuba Cortina:
The resort is reporting 30-40cm of fresh snowfall at base and 40-50cm up top.
Info:
- Number 7 lift is not operating yet.
- Nighta (Number 2 pair lift) from 5pm until 8pm.
Official snow depth:
Top: 260cm
Base: 200cm

Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field:
Info:
Hakuba Iwatake is part open with about half of the courses currently available.
Official snow depth:
Top: 140cm
Base: 70cm

Hakuba Norikura Onsen:
Info:
Hakuba Norikura is mostly open.
Official snow depth:
Top: 160cm

Kashimayari:
Kashimayari is mostly open.
Official snow depth:
Top: 130cm

Hakuba Sanosaka:
Hakuba Sanosaka is fully open.
Official snow depth:
Top: 100cm

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Planned nighta operations - be sure to check with resorts for latest:

Hakuba Goryu:
Planned to be open daily from 6pm until 9:30pm

Tsugaike Kogen:
Planned at the Kane-no-naru-oka area on January 14th, 21st, 28th; Febraury 4th, 11th (6pm until 8:50pm)
Planned at the Katamatsu-Shirakaba area on January 14th, 21st, 28th; February 11th, 18th; March 4th, 11th, 18th, 19th (6pm until 9pm)

Hakuba Cortina:
Planned to be open daily from 5pm until 8pm (until 9pm on Saturdays)

Hakuba Happo-one:
Planned to be open daily until 9pm on the Nakiyama area.

Kashimayari:
Planned to be open daily.

There is no night skiing at the other resorts in the area.   Read more ...
 

Furano Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 8:53am
Weather conditions: Blue sky with scattered cloud
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: --
It is another cold start to the day and very much a repeat of yesterday with beautiful clear conditions. Blue sky is the key word, with a scattering of cloud. The sun is out and shining strong, and if you are in the suns rays it will definitely take the sting out of the cold. Unfortunately there is no new snow to report, but with these cold temperatures the powder on the mountain is being kept in great condition. Being a Sunday there will be a few more people on the mountain than yesterday. There should be a little bit of snow overnight and tomorrow with temperatures being milder than over the last few days.

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

Our message last week

There are many new people using the website, and our traffic records are being broken every day at the moment. Thank you. Please be sure to read our “About” pages associated with the daily report pages and ski resort listing pages – they cover a lot of information.

About our daily reports

About our ski resort pages   Read more ...
 

Madarao Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 8:54am
Weather conditions: Snow
New snowfall: 53cm
Snow depth: --
How about another half metre of snow, everyone?!

The heavy snowfall has continued over the last 24 hours and it's almost getting difficult to keep up with it all. I heave measured in a few places and am logging 53cm (* updated) since my last report. The resort itself is reporting 50cm this morning.

And, snow continues to fall.

It's not due to let up until Tuesday!

There's a strong wind blowing at the moment and that is affecting the Number 13 lift (which is closed for the day officially due to strong winds and having to cope with all the snow) and it also looks like the Free Ride Park will be closed too.

Top conditions but visibility is low. All this new snowfall as well, extra care is needed mixed in with all the inevitable excitement.

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

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Operating status for the day at Madarao Kogen (at time of report):

- Number 1 lift
- Number 2 quad lift
- Number 3A lift
- Super quad lift
- Number 11 lift
- Number 12 lift
- Number 15 lift
- Moving walkway
- Kids Park
- Snow Mobile Land

- River Line
- Powder Theater
- Adventure Aisle
- Crystal Bowl
- Ninja
- Rabbit

- Nighta at Madarao Kogen is every Saturday until 25th March (and also 8th January and 19th March)

Official snow depth:

- 250cm   Read more ...
 

Grandeco Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 9:10am
Weather conditions: Snow
New snowfall: 24cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from a snowy Grandeco with another 24cm to add to the report this morning.

It is a very cold and snowy morning here, but happily the wind is not strong.

According to the forecast, it will keep snowing until tomorrow afternoon.

The courses are all covered with very soft fresh snow - waxing will be important today! A good problem to have!

Visibility is poor because of the heavy snow, be careful when you hike up to Mt. Nishidaiten.

It is a good day to enjoy the fresh light powder snow throughout the day.

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

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Lifts operating:

Lifts Operating:
- Gondola
- Number 1 quad lift
- Number 2 quad lift
- Number 3 quad lift
- Number 4 quad lift

Courses open:

All courses now open

Official snow depth:
160cm

Road Condition to Grandeco:
Inawashiro through Goshikinuma: snow
Goshikinuma through Grandeco: snow
Snow tires are necessary.   Read more ...
 

Zao Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 9:12am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 19cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Zao on what must surely be the coldest of the season so far.

The resort is reporting a temperature of -16C up on the top area and it's not that much warmer down here either... -10C. Brrrrrrrr.

Even better is that we have a very nice fresh layer of snowfall on the ground, 19cm of it on my car outside and so I would imagine a good 30+cm up on the slopes.

Snow likely today, tonight and into tomorrow though clearer skies are currently forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

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The following lifts are not operating:
Paradise Number 3 pair
Yokokura Number 2 pair

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Official snow depths:
Chuo - 130cm
Utopia - 120cm
Uwanodai - 75cm
Paradise - 130cm

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Juhyo 'Ice Monsters' Light Up night time Zao Ropeway operations - upcoming dates

January 2017: 15th, 21st, 22nd, 27th-31st
February 2017: 1st-28th
March 2017: 1st-5th

Operating from 5pm until 9pm; last ropeway up at 7:50pm.
Ropeway return charges are 2,600 yen for adults and 1,300 yen for children.
In the event of poor weather conditions, operations are sometimes cancelled.   Read more ...
 

Naeba Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 9:12am
Weather conditions: Snow and cloud all over the shop
New snowfall: 80cm
Snow depth: --
A very good morning from Naeba everybody.

There is so much snow! As of yesterday's report the snow has not really abated with some periods of the day experiencing more than 10cm of snow per hour! Conditions are deep and powdery with powder pockets available most of if not the whole day.

Today's snow is a little difficult to exactly pin point in terms of centimeters on the ground. In some places there is well over a meter of fresh snow accumulation whereas in other places the number is closer to around 60 centimeters due to the wind stripping certain areas. The most consistent measurement I am getting though is 80 cm which is why that is the official measurement for today. It's a really huge number to be sure - and it is also more than the resort themselves are saying themselves - but it's what we are measuring so... :)

The weather forecast is still predicting for this storm to carry on until Tuesday and then a brief respite with heavy snow again starting from Friday afternoon.

In certain areas the snow is deep enough to easily bury a fully grown adult.

Be safe out there kids!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

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Minakami Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 9:21am
Weather conditions: Snow
New snowfall: 60cm
Snow depth: --
Missed report yesterday (apologies) but they managed to open Tenjin despite tons of snow.

Today they are likely to commence operating the ropeway at noon and things are going to be restricted up top, possibly to just one lift.

There's been over a meter of snow and on piste its steep enough to avalanche so completely understandable. This snow has fallen heavily in the village too so every other mountain in Minakami is likely to be a great option.

Snow quality is awesome, snow bases all about are now very healthy. Forecast is for loads more snow through Tuesday at least.

Stay safe out there!

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New snowfall:

105cm Tenjin
60cm Hodaigi
60cm Okutone

Official snow depths:

200cm Tenjin
120cm Hodaigi
120cm Okutone

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

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Resorts in Minakami (forecasts available from each page):

Akasawa
Minakami Hodaigi
Minakami Kogen Ski Resort
Minakami Kogen Fujiwara
Norn Minakami
Oh-ana
Okutone Snow Park
Tanigawa Tenjindaira
Tanigawa Onsen White Valley   Read more ...
 

Shiga Kogen Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 9:26am
Weather conditions: SNOW
New snowfall: 70cm
Snow depth: --
The official website this morning is claiming a full 85cm of fresh snow this morning.

It's certainly a lot but after going out and doing some measuring and taking into considering the wind which is really blowing about, I'm going with 70cm (*updated). That might well be under-reporting and conservative.

I can't remember ever posting such a big number in any of my reports here - and I've been doing them for a fair few years.

Locals are talking about a "once in a few years" snow storm. It's definitely a snow storm with the snow really coming down hard and strong winds blowing about.

Honestly I'm not sure many people would want to be out on the slopes in these conditions but even if you did, it's limited with the wind stopping quite a lot of lifts this morning.

Those 'snow monkeys' have a good plan... onsen!

Snow is forecast to continue through today and tomorrow and still be snowing come Tuesday morning.

Heavy!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

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Official snow depths numbers reported by different areas of Shiga Kogen:

Most of ski lifts and courses in Shiga Kogen are now open.
Please note that these numbers are the official numbers that ski resorts publish - and they seem lower than reality!

Giant
150cm

Higashitateyama
150cm

Ichinose Family
180cm

Ichinose Diamond
180cm

Kumanoyu
185cm

Maruike
80cm

Nishitateyama
130cm

Okushiga Kogen
180cm

Sun Valley
80cm (!)

Takamagahara Mammoth
180cm

Terakoya
150cm

Yakebitaiyama
180cm

Yokoteyama
180cm   Read more ...
 

Appi Kogen Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 10:28am
Weather conditions: Cloud, blue sky
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Appi,

Even though it’s a beautiful sunny day outside I guarantee you it’s cold. My thermometer outside my front door says -12 and I think it’s going to be stuck there for the next few days.

Appi has around 96% of the mountain open today and that’s certainly good news for anyone coming today. We do have a large crowd here today but with nearly all the runs open it’s making for easy going, especially in the Sailer runs. If you’re coming please bundle up as it’s around -20 at least on the upper slopes with the windchill and its blowing a fair bit at the summit.

The next few days should bring us some very light snow showers with temperatures picking up slightly by midweek. Overall the slopes are in good condition with the morning groomers providing great runs for those up early enough.

Enjoy your Sunday and dress warm.

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Currently planned operating lifts (subject to change due to weather conditions):

Gondola
Central quad
Central number 2
Central number 3a
Central number 4
Central number 5
Central number 6
Sailer gondola
Sailer quad
Vista quad

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Official snow depth:

110cm

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

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Myoko Now!

Sunday 15th January 2017, 10:39am
Weather conditions: Snow. Much snow.
New snowfall: 91cm
Snow depth: --
Sorry to be a little delayed today but, well, uh....There's a whole lot of snow out there (it deserves stronger language, but this is a family-friendly site). And it keeps on coming down. And it's been cold, with iced-up cars and snow throwers (much banging on metal to get things free).

Yesterday I reported 60cm, right? Later, in the early afternoon, I poked in my study spot and found 44cm of new. This morning, 51cm. There's a lot of wind, my measuring spot is in a somewhat sheltered spot... so nearly a meter on top of 60 and still going. Last week there were almost no snow walls along the roads; now it's hard to tell which pension or hotel is back there behind the white.

Seems like it was pretty tough skiing yesterday, with a lot of people taking some pretty good tumbles in the super-deep and fairly heavy snow (lots of tips dropping into unmoveable stuff, I was told). Could be more of the same today. The wind is down in general, but then a big blast of wind comes through and helps shape the big drifts that are all over the place now.

Very Myoko, though!

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Oh no, it’s another general message from SnowJapan!

Apologies for taking up space on the reports again, but we have had a few people asking why our reports don’t appear much earlier in a morning. It’s a fair question and I’ll try to answer it. There are a few reasons...

First, it seems necessary to point out that we are not a ski resort and our reports are not official ski resort reports. Some people seem to think (or just presume) these things. If we owned and operated a ski resort, I’m fairly certain that we would make it a high priority to post updates as early as possible each morning - how much new snow at top and at base, snow depth, conditions. We’d also be sure to have multiple and meaningful webcams pointing out to locations around the resort. But we’re not official ski resorts/reports.

These things are what ski resorts should ideally be doing, right?

It varies, but a fair number of Japanese ski resorts only post their morning updates after 8am - and sometimes later. If we (SnowJapan) posted our reports earlier than we currently do, we would often miss important information - like news of how much fresh snow ski resorts are reporting, news of any early morning lift disruption at the start of the day, etc. We would often be missing that kind of information.

We like to think of our reports as a season-long ongoing commentary, rather than simply an early morning report for people who are going to be queuing for the first lift of the day. And after all, people who are lucky enough to already be at a ski resort and hitting the first lifts can get a good idea of weather conditions by taking a look outside of the window when they get up.

If we posted our reports just for the benefit of those people, the reports would not be as good or detailed as they are. We feel that our way makes for better all-round reports.

In addition, there’s also the people who post the reports and their circumstances to consider. They probably need some coffee and toast before posting, they may need to dig themselves out of their home, they may need to see to other complexities life throws at them. And - some of the reports in particular - take much longer than just a few minutes to put together each morning.

For a bit more on that kind of thing, please refer to my previous message. It can be found here:

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Akakura Kanko:
270cm, -10°

Akakura Onsen:
250cm, -7°

Ikenotaira Onsen:
200cm, -2°

Myoko Suginohara:
200cm, -12° (top)

Seki Onsen:
270cm, -8°

Myoko Ski Park:
255cm, -5°

Kyukamura RunRun:
330cm, -1°

Tangram Ski Circus:
210cm, -6°

Madarao Kogen:
250cm (no temperature report)








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01st Jul, 11:49pm
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29th May, 14:13pm
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