Mishima Choei is a very small ski hill located close to the centre of Mishima town in the western region of Fukushima Prefecture. The course is serviced by one rope-town lift and it is free to use!
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.
There is no ski or snowboard school at Mishima Choei.
There are no rental facilities available.
There are no special facilities for children.
There are no snow park facilities.
Mishima Choei Season & Opening Times
Typical season is from Late December until Early March
Weekends and holidays
Normally open from 9:00am until 4:00pm
Normally closed on weekdays
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays
There is no nighta at this ski hill.
Mishima Choei Lift Ticket Charges
This ski hill is free to use!
Getting to Mishima Choei
By public transport
1.2km from Aizu Miyashita Station on the Tadami Line
Mishima Choei is just over 1km from Aizu Miyashita Station on the Tadami line.
There is no shuttle bus available.
17.7km from the Aizu Bange IC on the Banetsu Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 252 (0.7km away)
Mishima Choei is just under 18km from the Aizu Bange IC exit on the Banetsu Expressway.
From the Aizu Bange IC exit, go straight ahead on Route 252 and follow the road to Mishima town. The ski hill is a short distance off to the left of the main road after going through the centre of town.
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