Snow and weather reports posted on Sunday 26th May 2019

Madarao Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 7:31am
Weather conditions: Fine
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 0cm
Good morning from Madarao Kogen.

Yesterday we enjoyed some fine weather on what was the last day of the 2015-2016 season for Madarao Kogen (neighbouring Tangram Ski Circus is open through until Sunday).
And this will be my last report of the 2015-2016 season.

Once a season gets started, it really does flash by way too quickly - mostly from having so much fun, though this season there were other things going on… things that we really are not used to!

It has definitely been something of a unique season for this region and indeed many areas of Japan. This season definitely ‘wins’ the unwanted award for ‘the least snow during a season’ of recent times at least, and locals of quite an age will also be hard pushed to remember a season with as little snowfall as during 2015-2016.

There was of course snow – and indeed in amounts that some ski resorts in other parts of the world would be glad to get. And I have enjoyed some very fine days this last season, and I know lots of other people who have visited and had a great time.

The difference this last season has been that there just wasn’t much of that full-on, almost overwhelmingly heavy and consistent snowfall that we are used to (and so love) in this region. Yes, we are usually spoilt; but we like being spoilt!

‘Less snow’ was not just an issue for this part of northern Nagano Prefecture either with most ski resort areas of the main island of Honshu receiving less snow than usual in this ‘danto’ (or ‘mild winter’).

Here’s the amount of snow that I have observed over the past three seasons here in Madarao:

2015-2016 season: 483cm total
2014-2015 season: 1055cm total
2013-2014 season: 734cm total

As you can see, this season I observed less than half of the total amount of snow that I did last season. That’s pretty significant, even considering that last year was quite famous for being one of particularly abundant snowfall. The season before we still got about 1.5 times the amount of snow that we did this season.

Just going back to that comment about ‘being spoilt’. We’re not used to worrying about snowfall – it just falls, and usually in huge amounts - but this season everyone was, and it was a constant topic of conversation throughout the season.

It has to be said that the resort did an excellent job in keeping open and the slopes in decent condition until the end of March as originally planned.. helped along by a decent amount of March snowfall (more than in March last year actually!), and of course lots of hard work and effort.

Otsukaresama deshita!

I think the main point to take from this season wrap report is this...

If you are reading researching about Madarao Kogen - and indeed any of the other regions covered in the reports on SnowJapan - please do take the time to look back at previous seasons to get an idea of what is ‘normal’ or ‘average’. Because 2015/2016 was certainly not ‘normal’ or ‘average’.

Archived reports going back 6 seasons can be found at the bottom of this page.

Let’s hope we get back to normal next season. I’m confident we will!

In the meantime, I hope you have a great spring and summer and I hope to see you back here in late autumn.

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Niseko Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 7:49am
Weather conditions: Clear blue skies and sunshine
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 100cm
Good morning from Niseko, and what a beautiful morning it is as well.

Here I am with an early report - calm conditions allow me this luxury and I plan to hit those first lifts myself!

So it's clear blue skies all around, mild conditions, just a bit of a breeze down here at the moment - hopefully it'll be calm higher up as well though I do notice some local reports saying to expect stronger winds later on.

Tomorrow should also be sunny, but we still have rain on the forecast for Sunday (possibly snow higher up if we are lucky).

Have a fine day.

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As we are now into April, it's time to take a bit of a look back at March - how the month was for snowfall, and how the season looks as a whole up until now.

Here's my observed snowfall numbers, recorded by myself here at Hirafu base:

November 2015: 61cm
November 2014: 30cm
November 2013: 123cm

December 2015: 244cm
December 2014: 519cm
December 2013: 275cm

January 2016: 303cm
January 2015: 257cm
January 2014: 461cm

February 2016: 266cm
February 2015: 196cm
February 2014: 178cm

March 2016: 109cm
March 2015: 139cm
March 2014: 113cm


So the numbers for March are just slightly less than the previous two months, but nothing too major...

15/16 season so far (at end March 2016): 986cm
14/15 season so far (at end March 2015): 1141cm
13/14 season so far (at end March 2014): 1150cm

As you can see we are still a good 1.5m behind last season and the season before looking at the season as a whole. Close on 10m of snowfall at base is still rather impressive though isn't it? Even more so when you also consider how so many other resorts in Japan have been struggling in this 'mild winter'!

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Here's a look at the official March snowfall numbers published by the Japan Meteorological Agency. As always, these numbers are taken from Kutchan town which is at a slightly lower elevation than my observations here at Hirafu base.

March 2016: 125cm
March 2015: 141cm
March 2014: 118cm
March 2013: 124cm
March 2012: 79cm
March 2011: 210cm
March 2010: 214cm
March 2009: 126cm
March 2008: 38cm
March 2007: 160cm

I make the average of the above numbers over the last 10 seasons to be 134cm, so March has been 'just below average' this season.

15/16 season so far at end of March 2016: 823cm
14/15 season so far at end of March 2015: 966cm
13/14 season so far at end of March 2014: 922cm
12/13 season so far at end of March 2013: 1024cm
11/12 season so far at end of March 2012: 1016cm
10/11 season so far at end of March 2011: 1020cm
09/10 season so far at end of March 2010: 1078cm
08/09 season so far at end of March 2009: 973cm
07/08 season so far at end of March 2008: 887cm
06/07 season so far at end of March 2007: 679cm

And there we go.

We can't expect much in terms of fresh snowfall in April, though there is usually some - from just a dusting up to 20-30cm or so.
Any fresh now would be great. Let's have some of it please!

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

Niseko Grand Hirafu
Niseko HANAZONO Resort
Niseko Village
Niseko Annupuri
All resort areas appear to be opening as planned this morning.

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Official resort snow depths as of Friday 1st April 2016:

Niseko Grand Hirafu & Hanazono
Top - 340cm
Base - 100cm

Niseko Village
Top - 335cm
Base - 110cm

Niseko Annupuri
Top - 350cm
Base - 120cm

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Niseko Grand Hirafu resort area lift operations from Monday 4th April:

Ace Family Pair (8:30am-4:30pm) - until 10th April
Ace Number 2 Center Four Quad (8:30am-4:30pm)
Ace Number 3 Pair (8:40am-4:30pm)
Ace Number 4 Pair (8:50am-4:30pm)
Holiday Number 1 Pair (8:30am-4:30pm) - until 10th April

Niseko Grand Hirafu are also going to be 'upgrading' the King Number 3 triple lift in time for next season. The Hirafu Gondola as well as the King Number 3 and 4 lifts will all finish for the season this coming Sunday, as well as the Hanazono area. All being well though, the Niseko Grand Hirafu area should be open until 5th May.

Niseko Village plans to be open daily until Sunday 3rd April, and then from 29th April until 5th May. Morino Chair currently rested.

Niseko Annupuri plans to be open until Thursday 5th May.

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Niseko Grand Hirafu 6 day weather and snow forecast   Read more ...
 

Yuzawa Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:26am
Weather conditions: Bright and sunny, a spring kind of haze
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 30cm
Good morning from Yuzawa.

It's a bright morning but I almost can't tell if it's just hazy or overcast. Or maybe both! But the sun is out and it's a warm morning already. Yesterday I was driving along Route 17 near Ishiuchi and the temperature message board said... 20C! Similarly warm conditions are forecast for today along with these sunny conditions continuing. Maybe slightly less warm tomorrow, but still sunny.

Yesterday was also the last day of the season for NASPA Ski Garden and (not surprisingly) Yuzawa Park as well. A few more resorts plan to continue on until the end of Sunday and then we will just be left with Kagura, GALA Yuzawa and Kandatsu Kogen.

Rain is due sometime between later on Sunday and Monday and there's a good chance that it'll be rain up at Kagura as well.

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Resort official snow depths (Friday 1st April 2016):

Lower slopes around town now have little or no snow on them, though higher areas still enjoy good snow cover. Best to head high. Some of the below official snow depths seem a little... optimistic... with some surrounding areas at lower resorts closer to 0cm.

Resorts that are not listed below are now closed for the season.

Resorts in Yuzawa and Minamiuonuma:

GALA Yuzawa
Central Area and part of North Area remain open.
Plans to be part open until Sunday 8th May
110cm

Iwappara
Middle area only remains open
Plans to be part open (upper areas only) daily until Sunday 3rd April
35cm

Joetsu Kokusai
Just the north Panorama area open (access to the open area via the quad lift in front of the hotel)
Plans to be part open daily until Sunday 3rd April
70cm

Kagura
Plans to be open until 29th May (via Mitsumata; until 8th May via Tashiro)
160cm (Mitsumata)
190cm (Tashiro)
220cm (Kagura)

Kandatsu Kogen
Plans to be part open until Sunday 24th April
75-95cm

Maiko Snow Resort
Just the upper Okusoeji area remains open now
Plans to be open until Sunday 3rd April
75cm (Okusoeji)

Naeba
Plans to be part open until Sunday 3rd April
80cm

Yuzawa Kogen
Plans to be part open until Sunday 3rd April
90cm

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List of ski resorts in Yuzawa town
List of ski resorts in Minamiuonuma City

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Iwappara 6 day snow and weather forecast
NASPA Ski Garden 6 day snow and weather forecast
Kagura 6 day snow and weather forecast   Read more ...
 

Naeba Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:28am
Weather conditions: The sky couldn't be any bluer.
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 80cm
Good morning from Naeba everybody.

Well there's just a few days left of season and the weather is once again absolutely brilliant.

Conditions out there aren't great and Naeba is now running on limited snow, however it's still possible to ski out there as long as you take care.

The best place to ski is definitely still up the top of the gondola where the snow coverage is in general much better.

Please be aware that whilst Naeba is posting an official snow depth of 80 cm of snow, that is only at the top of the mountain and even then I'm pretty sure the measurement has been taken through the top of a snow man. In reality the snow is not all that deep in most places so venturing away from the groomed trails is a pretty bad idea unless you like rock skiing.

Looking on the weather is meant to stay clear from now until Sunday night/Monday morning which means that we should have a clear run until the end of season concerning rain.

Naeba 6-day snow and weather forecast

Naeba has announced that it's season will end on Sunday 4th April - no opening beyond then due to the low snow levels this year - and so there's just over a week and a half to go. Kagura will of course be continuing beyond that date, accessible via the Mitsumata and Tashiro Ropeways   Read more ...
 

Hakuba Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:36am
Weather conditions: Hazy and sunny
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 65cm
Good morning from Hakuba.

It's a hazy but bright morning here and once again destined to quickly warm up, with a high of about 15C expected later on in the day. And it seems that the forecast tomorrow is very similar.

Sunday currently has some rain on the forecast, especially as we get into the evening and overnight into Monday. Come Tuesday clearer sunny skies should be back.

The Hakuba Norikura resort was hoping to be open until Sunday 3rd April, but snow melt has eventually won out and yesterday ended up being their last day of the season.

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6 day forecast for Happo-one:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Happo-one

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Resort news as of 8:30am on Friday 1st April 2016 (where available, all subject to change due to weather conditions)

Hakuba 47:
All courses at Hakuba 47 remain open.
The Tree Riding Zone is now closed for the season.
Official snow depth:
Upper: 165cm
Base: 50cm

Hakuba Goryu:
The top area of Goryu remains open. Lower main Toomi also remaining open; Iimori is closed.
Nighta is now finished for the season.
Official snow depth
Alps: 215cm
Toomi: 65cm
Iimori: -cm

Hakuba Happo-one:
The lower Nakiyama, Shirakaba North, Central Course, Kokusai, Sakka, Olympic Course II and Kita One areas are closed.
The Nakiyama South and Shirakaba South lower courses remain open (very limited snow).
All of upper mountain courses remain all open.
Official snow depth:
Usagidaira: 135cm
Nakiyama: 30cm

Hakuba Cortina:
Courses open - Ikenota, Mt Hieda Forest, Mt Hieda 1 and Itadaira.
Official snow depth:
Top: 120cm
Base: 40cm

Tsugaike Kogen:
Areas open: Oya-no-hara, Maruyama, Han-no-ki and Tsuga-no-mori
The top Tsugaike Ropeway is now open for spring season (extra charge required).
Official snow depth:
Tsuga-no-mori: 190cm
Maruyama: -cm
Kane-no-naru-oka: -cm

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Now closed:

Hakuba Norikura Onsen:
Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field:
Hakuba Sanosaka:   Read more ...
 

Grandeco Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:42am
Weather conditions: Clear
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 180cm
The cherry blossoms are blooming in Tokyo, but there is still snow to ride in Urabandai.

At Grandeco this morning the temperatures are a bit cooler than they have been in the past few days which should keep the snow fast. The sun is out again, so bring your sunscreen and be careful not to end up with a sunburn.

All the courses are groomed packed snow warming up to spring conditions. You can still ski from top to bottom on over 4km of vertical terrain. Only the #4 Lift has closed for the season and the Lavender Courses A & B are also closed respectively. Today is the last day for the Lavender #28 course.

The new 50m spring session halfpipe, 7m table top and skate style obstacle park opens today at 10am. It will be continually maintained by the park team over the course of the day and will stay open until 3pm.

The main beginner and intermediate park area are also still open and freshly groomed.

There might be some rain over the weekend, particularly later on Sunday and Monday.

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Lifts operating:

Lift 4 has closed for the season, all other lifts operating

Courses open except

[B-b] Mint
[D-a] Lavender
[H] Center 33

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Snow and weather forecast:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Grandeco

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Resorts that remain open in the region are Grandeco, Nekoma and Minowa.

Nekoma will be closed between 19th-21st and 26th-28 April but these resorts all plan to be open until 5th May ---- whether they can do that or not will totally depend on the snow levels of course, which are less than usual and less than expected.    Read more ...
 

Zao Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:51am
Weather conditions: Sunny
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 70cm
Morning from Zao.

The sun is out and it's going to be another warm day. If the forecasts are correct, there's a chance of some light rain at times tomorrow, and a higher chance of potentially heavy rain late Sunday into Monday.

A number of lifts are starting their spring-summer-autumn holidays from today with a few more lifts going to join them at the end of Sunday as things start to wind down for the last part of the season.

There's some patches of ground starting to show through now on lower slopes, but still very good cover in higher areas.

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Information as of Friday 1st April 2016 (subject to change)

Official snow depths:

Utopia: 65cm
Chuo: 70cm
Paradise: 80cm
Uwanodai: 35cm

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6 day Zao Onsen snow and weather forecast

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Planned closing dates of lifts at Zao Onsen (subject to change due to snow conditions)

Open until Sunday 3rd April:
Onsen Number 1 pair lift
Onsen Number 2 quad lift
Shobunuma Number 2 pair lift

Open until Sunday 10th April:
Mikaeri pair lift
Yokokura Number 1 pair AB lift

Open until Sunday 17th April:
Kurohime Number 1 quad lift

Open until Thursday 5th May:
Chuo Number 1 pair lift AB
Chuo Number 2 pair lift AB (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Katakai triple lift (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Paradise pair AB lift (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Utopia Number 2 pair lift

The Zao Ropeway, Sky Cable gondola and Chuo Ropeway are all open throughout the year (apart from specific maintenance periods)

Lifts not mentioned in the above list have already closed for the season.
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Shiga Kogen Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 8:59am
Weather conditions: Fine, hazy
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 60cm
Good morning from Shiga Kogen.

The sun is out and it's a fine morning, if somewhat hazy.

More sunshine forecast for tomorrow but expect some rain Sunday night into Monday morning.

In a bit of resort news that I have just noticed, it seems that Yakebitaiyama has decided to have this coming Sunday as their last day of the season. They have been known to be open during the Golden Week holidays in early May, but have made the decision not to this season. It remains to be seen how the snow will last over the next month of course so there may well be adjustments for the other resorts that hope to be open until Golden Week.

As you can see from the list below, there's quite a few areas that will be open for their last day of the season on Sunday.

Come Monday, it'll feel like we are into the last stretch of the season.

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Spring season dates for Shiga Kogen resort areas (subject to change):

Sun Valley
Both Sun Valley lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Maruike
The Number 1 triple lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Giant
The pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Higashitateyama
The Gondola plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Bunadaira
The quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Takamagahara Mammoth
The quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 11th April until 28th April).

Tannenomori Okojo
The quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.

Ichinose Family
The Ichinose quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Ichinose Number 2 pair A lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Ichinose Number 2 pair B lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.

Terakoya
The Terakoya lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 4th April until 28th April).

Ichinose Diamond
The Ichinose Diamond quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 4th April until 28th April).

Ichinose Yamanokami
Ichinose Yamanokami plans to be open until Sunday 3rd April.

Yakebitaiyama
Yakebitaiyama plans to be open until Sunday 3rd April.

Okushiga Kogen
The Okushiga Kogen Number 1 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Okushiga Kogen Number 2, 3 and 4 pair lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Okushiga Kogen Number 6 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 24th April.
The Okushiga Kogen Gondola lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.

Kumanoyu
The Kumanoyu Number 1 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Kumanoyu Number 2 pair A and B lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Kumanoyu Number 3 quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April; and then on 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th April and from 29th April until 8th May.

Yokoteyama & Shibutoge
The Yokoteyama Number 1 Sky A and B lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Yokoteyama Number 2 and 3 Sky lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May (and perhaps beyond depending on snow conditions).
The Yokoteyama Number 4 pair lift plans to be operating until Thursday 5th May.
The Shibutoge lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (and perhaps beyond depending on snow conditions).

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6 day snow and weather forecasts:

Ichinose Family 6-day snow and weather forecast
Okushiga Kogen 6-day snow and weather forecast
Yokoteyama 6-day snow and weather forecast   Read more ...
 

Nozawa Onsen Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 9:01am
Weather conditions: Sunny, hazy
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 55cm
Good morning from Nozawa.

Interesting skies this morning, I think hazy is probably the best way to describe them. But it's bright and the sun is out.

Temps once again going to head up to 15C and perhaps over, and a similar story for tomorrow too.

There is some rain forecast later on Sunday and into early week.

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The Yamabiko A course will be used for an event tomorrow and Sunday meaning that it'll be closed for the general public.

From today, on the report the snow depth will be noted as Uenotaira, so 55cm today. Next season this won't be an issue with some upcoming changes to the reports!

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Official info at time of writing on Friday 1st April 2016 (subject to change):

Official snow depths:

Yamabiko: 135cm
Uenotaira: 55cm
Hikage: 10cm
Nagasaka: -cm
Karasawa: -

New snowfall as reported by the resort since yesterday:

Yamabiko: 0cm
Uenotaira: 0cm
Hikage: 0cm

The following courses plan to be open today:

Yamabiko A
Yamabiko B
Yamabiko C
Yamabiko D
Yamabiko E
Kokenashi
Uenotaira
Paradise
Bunabayashi
Rinkan
Utopia
Challenge
Hikage
Nagasaka connecting

The following lifts plan to be operating today:

Nagasaka Gondola
Hikage Gondola
Yamabiko Four
Yamabiko Number 2 Four
Skyline Connecting
Uenotaira Four
Paradise Four
Shinyu Pair
Hikage Number 2 Pair B
Yu Road
Hikage Triple
Nagasaka Triple

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Nozawa Onsen 6 day weather and snow forecast

Nozawa Onsen main resort data   Read more ...
 

Furano Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 9:23am
Weather conditions: Bluebird/clear
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 160cm
The view from the town looking toward the resort this morning is just picture perfect with not a cloud to be seen over the mountain.

The morning has started off above freezing and will reach a high of around 9c today. The sun is out in all of its glory and should stay with us through the day. Snow conditions will be soft spring snow from the morning and I would expect it will get pretty slushy on the lower mountain.

Tomorrow's weather is also looking pretty good with a mix of cloud and sun, but Sunday will be a contrast to the good weather with heavy rain on the radar for the morning.   Read more ...
 

Minakami Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 10:03am
Weather conditions: Blue skies, scattered clouds
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 115cm
Warm, spring weather today as the finishing touches are put on the bowl and half pipe at Tenjin for this weekend's Minakami Vibes event.

Honshu pros along with anyone who wants to join in the fun.

Next year's boards will be available for testing, there is a big party at the base on Saturday night and the end of season festivities continue Sunday.

Looks like we may just scrape in with the weather.

Saturday is forecast to be clear, Sunday morning clear, light rain to come in Some time in the PM on Sunday before the weather gets ugly Sunday night through Tuesday with a lot of rain.

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Just Tenjindaira, Minakami Kogen Ski Resort and Minakami Hodaigi remain (at least part) open for now.
All other resorts in Minakami are now closed.

Minakami Kogen Fujiwara
Minakami Hodaigi
Minakami Kogen Ski Resort
Norn Minakami
Oana
Okutone Snow Park
Tanigawadake Tenjindaira
White Valley

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Weather forecast:

Tanigawa Tenjindaira 6 day snow and weather forecast
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Myoko Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 11:23am
Weather conditions: Clear and hazy
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 150cm
Man it's warm out there.... I want you to appreciate just how much I want to do something April Foolish, but this is a serious news source. So here’s the real news - it’s warm, the snow is melting like crazy, and we’re down to about half of our resorts still running.

That’s going to go down to two still operating after this weekend, but I wonder how long they really can keep going. Give them credit, though, for doing their best to serve the sliding-crazy (and the parking lot up here at Akakan will probably fill up again this weekend!)

Looks like rain late Sunday and into Monday, but otherwise pretty steady, sunny, warm weather.

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Akakura Kanko:
7° / 150cm; Sky Cable, No. 2 and 3 lifts; Champion side closed

Akakura Onsen:
10° / 130cm; running until April 3, with all the main lifts running; Ginrei section closed

Ikenotaira Onsen:
Closed

Myoko Suginohara:
Closed

Seki Onsen:
3° / 230cm (probably not a new report; it's been this for three days)

Myoko Ski Park:
9° / 80cm; open until April 3

Kyukamura RunRun:
Closed

Tangram Ski Circus:
5° / 70cm; open until April 3; Nos. 1, 3 and 5 lifts

Madarao Kogen:
Closed
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Appi Kogen Now!

Friday 1st April 2016, 13:32pm
Weather conditions: Partly cloudy
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 120cm
It's another warm day here at Appi with the temperature outside my door of 3. Partly cloudy skies and light winds out of the east.

The next few days should be a little warmer with the winds picking up on Sunday. Temperatures again firmly in the plus column with some rain forecast this weekend.

Limited runs open with fairly slushy conditions on most of the runs. Certainly spring skiing conditions.

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Currently planned operating lifts:

- Appi Gondola
- Central Number 1 quad
- Number 2 lift A
- Number 3 lift B
- Number 4 lift

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6 day forecast for Appi Kogen:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Appi Kogen
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