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Skiing and Snowboarding

Due to the mild winter, there had been no snow in Mt. Daisen in 2015. However, finally it snowed and it pleased winter sport enthusiasts.
With a panoramic view over the sea of Japan, six miles of groomed slopes, and an abundance of powdery snow, Daisen is Western Japan’s top ski destination. There’s something for everyone: black-diamond slopes for the daring, gentle hills for the less so, sledding spots for the kids, and snow-shoe rentals for those who prefer the back country.

Daisen White Resort manages the slopes in the entire area, which are divided into four sections: Gouenzan, for beginners; Nakanohara and Uenohara, the most popular areas and the ones best suited to intermediate-level skiers and snowboarders, and Kokusai, the most challenging area. One ticket gets you access to all four.
Daisen White Resort

Kagamiganaru Ski Resort 
Masumizu Ski Resort
Okudaisen Ski Resort