Kiroro Snow World

Ski resort data

  • Open Season

    December 4, 2021- May 8, 2022

  • Opening hours

    Open: 9:00am
    Close: 4:00pm
    Night Skiing hours:~7:00pm on Fridays, Saturdays, days before national holidays, and between December 24, 2021- January 3, 2022

  • Lift Ticket

    1 day pass (December 18, 2021 - April 3, 2022 )
    Adult : 5,900 yen Senior (Age Over 65):5,200yen
    Youth (Age 13-18):5,200yen
    Child (Age 6-12):3,100yen


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Resort Feature

So much high-quality powder, only 60 minutes away from Sapporo city

A mere 60 minutes from Sapporo city, and 100 minutes from Shinchitose Airport, the gateway into Hokkaido from the skies. It could only be a miracle that JAPOW can be enjoyed in a place so easy to access. A good 5m of snow covers the mountaintop, and the nearly nightly snowfall resets the courses. What’s more, such a place has super comfortable and convenient lifts and gondolas. Kiroro is awesome!



23 courses that attract day trippers

23 courses with a variety of landforms branch out from 2 peaks of elevations over 100m, with several ungroomed powder courses as well. Although Kiroro had a hideout-like image before, the resort is now a popular destination for 1 day trips from Niseko, Sapporo, and even Otaru. Because of the resort’s constant low temperatures, the powder’s quality remains great from the beginning of the season, making the resort a strongly recommended destination to ride at in early-season.



Satisfying stays, food, and activities

Kiroro is a resort where you can enjoy your stay to the fullest that offers world-class hotels, ski-in-ski-out integrated facilities, onsens, pools, and nature activities that let you enjoy winter in Hokkaido. The resort also has a kids’ ski school for children of 3 years and above, bouldering facilities, arts and crafts workshops, and lots of other fun activities, making it perfect for families. Even for travelers here for the sightseeing more than riding, Kiroro would be a more-than-satisfying destination.



Enjoy the natural environment in 14 tree skiing areas

Kiroro has 14 tree run spots scattered across 4 areas- Asari, Yoichi, Center, and Nagamine- that are resort-maintained. Entry is allowed from entrances specified by the resort. They offer a variety of courses, such as tree runs through beautiful forests, slopes with diverse landforms, deep powder spots, and courses that’ll take you on an adventure. A lot of them are accessible by chairlift, and irresistible to experienced riders. Caution is advised, though, since the riding in the area is at your own responsibility, and you will be charged a fee for rescue work.


Resort information

  • Address

    〒046-0593 128-1 Aza-Tokiwa, Akaigawa-mura, Yoichi-gun, Hokkaido

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