I grew up skiing on Mount Ashland, Oregon, USA, where most intermediate runs would be considered advanced in Japan. I learned to ski steep, often icy slopes. Before coming to Japan, the most powder I had ever skied in was about 25 centimeters. I had never heard of "fat" skis.
Geto is the polar opposite of Mount Ashland. That is, its "steepest" course is all of 36 degrees, and its longest run takes all of a few minutes if you're taking