Aizu Kogen Takahata is a skiers-only resort located in Minami Aizu town in the south-western Aizu region of Fukushima Prefecture. There are four areas - Black, Red, Blue and Orange. This ski hill is closed on Wednesdays from February 2019.
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 resort shuttle bus from the station. A local bus does stop nearby.
78.4km from the Nishi Nasuno Shiobara IC on the Tohoku Expressway
89.6km from the Shiroishi IC on the Tohoku Expressway
90.9km from the Aizu Wakamatsu IC on the Banetsu Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 401 (0.1km away)
From the Nishi Nasuno Shiobara IC exit of the Tohoku Expressway, turn right onto Route 400 and head in a northerly direction for about 27km until reaching Route 121. Go straight on (on Route 121, signposted as Aizuwakamatsu and Minamiaizu) and continue for just over a further 13km until the turn off for Route 352. Turn left onto Route 352 and continue for about another 32km until reaching Route 401. Turn left onto Route 401 heading towards Uonuma and Hinoemata. Aizu Kogen Takahata is just off the road on the left hand side after about 6km.
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