Kiroro

Dont forget to pack your snorkel!

Visit Kiroro to see what 21 meters of snow look like.

Surrounded by the mountains in the Yoichi District, Kiroro ski resort is located on Japan’s Northern Island, Hokkaido. Uncompromised, untouched and undiscovered, Kiroro offers world-class snow and is often referred to as Japan’s hidden gem!

Kiroro ski resort can boast of an average of 21 meters snowfall each year, making it the ski resort in Japan with the highest amount of snowfall yearly. It is no wonder that powder hungry skiers from all over the globe rush to Kiroro to experience the renown powder-heaven.

Maximum height in m

Minimum height: 570 m

Total length of piste in km

Blue pistes 8.6 km
Red pistes 10.6 km
Black pistes 10.8 km
Ski trails 36

Lifts in the area

Chairlifts 8
Gondolas 1

Deep powder snorkelling!

Kiroro ski resort is spread over two mountain tops and with an equal amount of green, blue and black slopes, the variety of the terrain offers equal amounts of fun and challenge to skiers of all different levels. 22 marked runs and 14 backcountry runs sums it up and appeals to everyone’s taste. The longest run stretches more than 4km’s down the mountain and with a total of 9 gondolas and chairlifts combined, Kiroro’s backcountry is easily accessible to anyone thirsty to try out the world-famous powder. Furthermore, every staff member in Kiroro is highly dedicated to minimise lift queue and maintain Japan’s high standard of well-groomed slopes. In general, Kiroro is renowned for its friendly staff who all speak English fluently.

One-on-one fun.

All of Kiroro International Snow Academy’s lessons are private so your instructors can keep a full focus on you! It is entirely up to you which terrain you want to ride and where you want to go, which makes the lessons as flexibles as possible to suit your needs. The ski school offers lessons to everyone, whether you are a skier or snowboarder and no matter your age or level. The International environment of the ski school creates a feeling of comfort and well-being.

 

Kiroro Village

Skiing and snowboarding are just one of the few reasons to visit Kiroro. The resort has much more to offer once the lifts have closed, including activities such as sledging, tubing in the Snow Park, snow rafting, snow Segways and much, much more!

Apart from skiing amazing powder, a ski holiday in Kiroro also offers a great variety of options for deluxe cuisines. Eating in Kiroro is most definitely an above average experience compared to other resorts in Japan.

Naturally, time for relaxation is also a must. We believe that no ski vacation in Japan is complete without a visit to the traditional Onsen. Kiroro offers both indoor and outdoor onsen options, as well as a swimming pool and the possibility to enjoy a full day at the spa.