Numajiri (Inawashiro Town, Fukushima)

Numajiri
沼尻 (福島県 猪苗代町)
Planned season: Mid December 2017 until late March 2018

Official snow depth --- [updated on 20th April 2018]

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Numajiri is located on the western slopes of Mt Adatara in Fukushima Prefecture. This ski hill holds claim to a few records. It is apparently the oldest currently operating ski area in Japan (since 1915), it saw the installation of the first mechanical lift (in 1927), and it was the first to open for night operations (in 1927).

Fukushima Prefecture is composed of three main regions - the Hamadori region to the east (including the Pacific Ocean coastline), the Nakadori region (the central area) and the Aizu region (the Western mountainous region). Many of the ski and snowboard resorts in the prefecture are found on or near Mt Bandai and Mt Adatara to the north of Lake Inawashiro. Most of the others can be found scattered across the western region of the Aizu region or to the south-west of Lake Inawashiro.

The Mountain

1220m
370m
850m
30"
13
3000m
6
20%
40%
40%
Skiers
40%
ropeways Ropeways gondolas Gondolas quad lifts Quad lifts triple lifts Triple lifts pair lifts Pair lifts single lifts Single lifts other lifts Other
Boarders
60%
0 0 1 0 5 0 0

Numajiri Snow Depth Statistics

Official snow depth numbers from the current season and previous season
December January February March
17/18
season
16/17
season
17/18
season
16/17
season
17/18
season
16/17
season
17/18
season
16/17
season
1st - - 1st 65cm 30cm 1st 125cm 110cm 1st 150cm 160cm
2nd - - 2nd 65cm 30cm 2nd 125cm 110cm 2nd 150cm 160cm
3rd - - 3rd 65cm 30cm 3rd 125cm 110cm 3rd 150cm 160cm
4th - - 4th 70cm 30cm 4th 125cm 110cm 4th 150cm 160cm
5th - - 5th 70cm 30cm 5th 125cm 120cm 5th 140cm 160cm
6th - - 6th 70cm 40cm 6th 125cm 120cm 6th 140cm 160cm
7th - - 7th 70cm 40cm 7th 130cm 120cm 7th 120cm 160cm
8th - - 8th 70cm 40cm 8th 130cm 120cm 8th 120cm 200cm
9th - - 9th 70cm 40cm 9th 130cm 120cm 9th 110cm 160cm
10th - - 10th 80cm 50cm 10th 130cm 120cm 10th 110cm 160cm
11th - - 11th 95cm 50cm 11th 130cm 120cm 11th 100cm 160cm
12th - - 12th 85cm 50cm 12th 140cm 150cm 12th 100cm 160cm
13th - - 13th 90cm 60cm 13th 150cm 190cm 13th 100cm 220cm
14th - - 14th 90cm 60cm 14th 150cm 150cm 14th 100cm 160cm
15th - - 15th 100cm 70cm 15th 150cm 150cm 15th 90cm 160cm
16th - - 16th 100cm 100cm 16th 150cm 150cm 16th 90cm 160cm
17th - 20cm 17th 100cm 100cm 17th 160cm 150cm 17th 90cm 160cm
18th - 30cm 18th 100cm 100cm 18th 160cm 150cm 18th 90cm 160cm
19th - 30cm 19th 100cm 100cm 19th 160cm 150cm 19th 80cm 160cm
20th - 30cm 20th 100cm 100cm 20th 160cm 150cm 20th 80cm 160cm
21st - 20cm 21st 100cm 100cm 21st 155cm 160cm 21st 80cm 150cm
22nd 50cm 10cm 22nd 100cm 100cm 22nd 155cm 160cm 22nd 80cm 150cm
23rd 55cm 10cm 23rd 115cm 100cm 23rd 150cm 160cm 23rd 80cm 150cm
24th 55cm 10cm 24th 120cm 110cm 24th 150cm 160cm 24th 80cm 150cm
25th 55cm 10cm 25th 120cm 110cm 25th 150cm 160cm 25th 80cm 140cm
26th 55cm - 26th 120cm 110cm 26th 150cm 160cm 26th - 140cm
27th 60cm 10cm 27th 120cm 110cm 27th 150cm 160cm 27th - -
28th 60cm 15cm 28th 120cm 110cm 28th 150cm 160cm 28th - -
29th 65cm 30cm 29th 120cm 110cm 29th - - 29th - -
30th 65cm 30cm 30th 120cm 110cm 30th 30th - -
31st 65cm 30cm 31st 125cm 110cm 31st 31st - -

Previous Statistics

Numajiri Facilities

School
School
Ski School: Available Snowboard School: Available
Ski and snowboard lessons are available at Numajiri. 
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
The 'Kids Park' area is at the bottom area of the Family Course near base. The entry charge is 500 yen.
There is a free to use Kids Room near base as well. 
Park Information
Park information
The 'What's Park' usually has around 40 items in peak season. There is also a beginners park. Free entry for those with valid lift ticket. 

Numajiri Season & Opening Times

Typical season is from Mid December until Late March
October November December January February March April May June July
                                                           
Daytime
Daytime
Weekends and holidays Normally open from 8:30am until 4:00pm
Weekdays Normally open from 8:30am until 4:00pm
Nighta
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays No
Weekdays No
Opening information
Opening information
Numajiri is open from 8:30am until 4pm every day.
There is no nighta at this resort.

Numajiri Lift Ticket Charges

Adults Child
Elementary School age
Senior
50 years & over
1 Day 4,200 yen 3,200 yen 2,500 yen
5 Hours 3,700 yen 2,700 yen 2,500 yen
1 Lift Coupon 500 yen 500 yen 500 yen
11 Lift Coupons 5,000 yen 5,000 yen 5,000 yen
Season Ticket 5,000 yen
Lift Ticket Information The 5 Hour ticket is valid for 5 hours from the time of purchase.

A family pack ticket is available which includes lift tickets for 1 adult and 1 child as well as a 2,000 yen facilities voucher - this ticket costs 7,000 yen.
Add 4,000 yen for an additional adult and 3,000 yen for an additional child (each additional person includes 1,000 yen facilities voucher).

The season ticket shown above is valid at Numajiri.

A season ticket that is valid at the following 6 ski resorts in Fukushima during the 17-18 season is also available:

- Aizu Kogen Nango
- Aizu Kogen Takahata
- Inawashiro
- Minowa
- Numajiri
- Ura Bandai

The normal price is 52,000 yen for adults and seniors and 22000 yen for children. Early purchase discounts are available.

Getting to Numajiri

By public transport
Train
Train
39.1km from Koriyama Station on the Tohoku Shinkansen line
18.4km from Inawashiro Station on the Banetsu Sai line
39.1km from Koriyama Station on the Tohoku Honsen Line
Transport Information
Information
Inawashiro Station on the Banetsu Saisen line is about 18.5km from Numajiri.

Koriyama Station on the Tohoku Shinkansen line is about 39km away.

>> More information on getting to the Bandai & Aizu regions by public transport
bus
Bus
A shuttle bus is available from Koriyama Station.
By Car
Car
18.5km from the Inawashiro Bandai Kogen IC on the Banetsu Expressway
34.7km from the Nihonmatsu IC on the Tohoku Expressway
37.6km from the Fukushima Nishi IC on the Tohoku Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 115 (3.4km away)
Nearest prefecture road: Prefecture Road 24
Direction
Direction
Numajiri is about 18.5km from the Inawashiro Bandai Kogen IC and 22km from the Bandai Atami IC (which is actually closer for those arriving from the south and east).

Fukushima Nishi IC on the Tohoku Expressway is about 38km away.

From the Inawashiro Bandai Kogen Kogen IC exit of the Banetsu Expressway, turn right onto Route 115 heading north. Continue on Route 115 for about 15km. Turn right at the signpost for the Bonari Green Line (Prefecture Road 24). After 400m turn left and the follow the signs to the base of Numajiri.

>> More information on getting to the Bandai & Aizu regions by car
Parking
Parking
Parking is available for 2000 vehicles at the base of Numajiri and is free on every day of the season.

More Information

Visit official website
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Address
Address
Numajiri Yamako 2855
Inawashiro-machi
Yama-gun
Fukushima-ken
969-3100
Telephone
Telephone
024206701250
RESORT INFORMATION
Information for ski hills around Japan have been updated for the 2017-2018 season
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