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Subara Ski Resort
Uonuma City
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Excellent snow quality and an awesome quad lift.
This ski area can be enjoyed to the fullest by both families and beginners, as well as advanced skiers. You can reach the summit in just six minutes by riding the high-speed hooded quad lift. The 10 courses offer plenty of variety, and can be enjoyed by snowboarders as well as skiers. After skiing or snowboarding, you can rest and relax in the Sumon hot spring's Seiunkan.
The suggested season is winter .
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Address 1846‐13 Subara, Uonuma city, Niigata prefecture
Telephone 025-797-2059
Business Time 8:30~17:00、Regular closed day on Tuesday
Business Term Mid Dec to Late Mar (Closed Tuesday)
Price Am/Pm pass - Adult: 2,500JPY、Child & Senior: 2,200JPY、1day pass - Adult: 3,500JPY、Child: Senior: 3,000JPY
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How go get to Subara Ski Resort
Take Joetsu Line from Echigoyuzawa Station, and get off at Koide Station. Change Oshirakawa Line buses to Suhara Station. About 20 minutes from there.
Closest Bus Stop 700m from Suhara Station kado (UA24) Bus Stop
Car Access
From Tokyo 20 minutes from Koide IC on R252
From Niigata 20 minutes from Horinouchi IC on R252
These facilities are close by
Megurotei (Cultual Heritage Residence)
House of a wealthy farmer was built in 1797. An important national cultural property
Sumon Folk Museum
Manuscripts from the early Edo period that over a glimpse into the unique Snow Country life.
Okutadami Recreation City Park Suhara Area
Located in the same area as Megurotei (Cultual Heritage Residence)
Echigo Yukikura Museum
Storage in an Echigo snow store.
Satoke (Cultual Heritage Residence)
House built in 1738 by farmers tells the history of Snow Country