Chausuyama Kogen (Toyone Village, Aichi)

Chausuyama Kogen
茶臼山高原 (愛知県 豊根村)
Planned season: Saturday 17th December 2016 until mid March 2017
Official snow depth Daily updates during snow season

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Chausuyama Kogen is a small ski hill located in Toyone village in Aichi Prefecture, on the southern slopes of Chausuyama and close to the border of southern Nagano Prefecture. Operating since 1986, snowboarding is allowed on weekdays but on weekends it is a skiers-only hill.

Chausuyama Kogen is actually the only ski hill in Aichi Prefecture and is popular with people living in the Shizuoka and Aichi regions.

The Mountain

1360m
135m
1225m
30"
2
1000m
2
10%
60%
30%
Skiers
90%
ropeways Ropeways gondolas Gondolas quad lifts Quad lifts triple lifts Triple lifts pair lifts Pair lifts single lifts Single lifts other lifts Other
Boarders
10%
0 0 0 0 2 0 0
There are some snowboarding restrictions at Chausuyama Kogen

Chausuyama Kogen Snow Depth Statistics

Official snow depth numbers from the current season and previous season
December January February March
16/17
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15/16
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16/17
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15/16
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16/17
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15/16
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16/17
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15/16
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1st - - 1st 30cm 30cm 1st 60cm 60cm 1st 50cm 40cm
2nd - - 2nd 30cm 30cm 2nd 60cm 60cm 2nd 50cm 40cm
3rd - - 3rd 30cm 30cm 3rd 60cm 60cm 3rd 50cm 40cm
4th - - 4th 30cm 30cm 4th 60cm 60cm 4th 50cm 40cm
5th - - 5th 30cm 30cm 5th 60cm 60cm 5th 50cm 40cm
6th - - 6th 30cm 30cm 6th 60cm 40cm 6th 50cm 40cm
7th - - 7th 30cm 30cm 7th 60cm 40cm 7th 50cm -
8th - - 8th 30cm 30cm 8th 60cm 40cm 8th 50cm -
9th - - 9th 30cm 30cm 9th 60cm 40cm 9th 60cm -
10th - - 10th 40cm 30cm 10th 60cm 40cm 10th 50cm -
11th - - 11th 40cm 30cm 11th 60cm 40cm 11th 50cm -
12th - - 12th 40cm 30cm 12th 60cm 40cm 12th 50cm -
13th - - 13th 45cm 30cm 13th 60cm 40cm 13th 50cm -
14th - - 14th 50cm 30cm 14th 60cm 40cm 14th 50cm -
15th - - 15th 60cm 30cm 15th 60cm 40cm 15th 50cm -
16th - - 16th 60cm 30cm 16th 70cm 40cm 16th 50cm -
17th 30cm - 17th 60cm 30cm 17th 75cm 40cm 17th 50cm -
18th 30cm - 18th 60cm 30cm 18th 75cm 40cm 18th 50cm -
19th - - 19th 60cm 40cm 19th 60cm 40cm 19th 50cm -
20th - - 20th 60cm 60cm 20th 60cm 40cm 20th 50cm -
21st - - 21st 60cm 60cm 21st 60cm 40cm 21st - -
22nd - - 22nd 60cm 60cm 22nd 60cm 40cm 22nd - -
23rd 30cm - 23rd 60cm 40cm 23rd 60cm 40cm 23rd - -
24th 30cm - 24th 60cm 60cm 24th 50cm 40cm 24th - -
25th 30cm - 25th 60cm 60cm 25th 50cm 40cm 25th - -
26th 30cm - 26th 60cm 60cm 26th 50cm 40cm 26th - -
27th 10cm 10cm 27th 60cm 60cm 27th 50cm 40cm 27th - -
28th 30cm 30cm 28th 60cm 60cm 28th 50cm 40cm 28th - -
29th 30cm 30cm 29th 60cm 60cm 29th - 40cm 29th - -
30th 30cm 30cm 30th 60cm 40cm 30th 30th - -
31st 30cm 30cm 31st 60cm 60cm 31st 31st - -

Previous Statistics

Chausuyama Kogen Facilities

School
School
Ski School: Available Snowboard School: Not available
Ski lessons are available at Chausuyama Kogen. 
Rental
Equipment Rental
Ski Rental: Available Snowboard Rental: Available
Ski and snowboard equipment rental is available.
Ski and snowboard wear rental is also available. 
Children Facilities
Children's facilities
There is a play area and sledging course near the base of the ski hill. 
Park Information
Park information
There are no special snow park facilities. 

Chausuyama Kogen Season & Opening Times

Typical season is from Mid December until Mid March
October November December January February March April May June July
                                                           
Daytime
Daytime
Weekends and holidays Normally open from 8:30am until 4:30pm
Weekdays Normally open from 8:30am until 4:30pm
Nighta
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays No
Weekdays No
Opening information
Opening information
Chausuyama Kogen is usually open in the daytime from 8:30am until 4:30pm.

Chausuyama Kogen Lift Ticket Charges

Adults Child
Elementary School age & under
Senior
1 Day (weekend & holidays) 3,000 yen 2,500 yen
1 Day (weekdays) 2,500 yen 1,000 yen
4 Hours 2,000 yen
Lift Ticket Information The 4 Hour ticket is valid for 4 hours from the time of purchase.

Getting to Chausuyama Kogen

By public transport
Train
Train
30.7km from Inakozawa Station on the Iida Line
Transport Information
Information
Chausuyama Kogen is just over 30km from Inakozawa Station on the Iida line.
bus
Bus
No shuttle bus service is available.
By Car
Car
52.8km from the Iida Yamamoto IC on the Chuo Expressway
58.2km from the Hamamatsu Inasa IC on the Shin Tomei Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 151 (5.7km away)
Nearest prefecture road: Prefecture Road 506
Direction
Direction
Chausuyama Kogen is found just off Prefecture Road 506 and 507, otherwise known as Chausuyama Kogen Road and about 6km off Route 151.

It is about half way between the central areas of Urugi (to the north east) and Toyone (to the south).
Parking
Parking
Parking is available at the base of the ski hill.

More Information

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Address
Address
Goshodaira
Sakauba
Toyone-mura
Kitashitara-gun
Aichi-ken
449-0405
Telephone
Telephone
0536-87-2345
Season dates and information
The information shown on this page is for the 2016-2017 season. Planned season dates and information for the 2017-2018 season will be updated over the next few months in time for the upcoming ski season. (Updated: late August 2017)
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