Wajimashi Mii is a very small ski hill located in Wajima city on the Noto Peninsula in the most northern region of Ishikawa Prefecture. This region is not known for heavy snowfall and so the season can be very unpredictable, and short. There is one simple surface lift operating when open.
Ishikawa Prefecture is in the Chubu region of central Japan. Most of the ski hills in Ishikawa Prefecture are in and around Hakusan, Komatsu and the capital city of Kanazawa city. With the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen line to Kanazawa since spring 2015, the region has become more accessible.
Wajimashi Mii Facilities
There is no ski or snowboard school at Wajimashi Mii.
There is no ski and snowboard equipment available.
There are no special facilities for children.
There are no special snow park facilities.
Wajimashi Mii Season & Opening Times
Typical season is from Late December until Late February
Weekends and holidays
Normally open from 1:30pm until 16:30pm
Not open on weekdays
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays
There is no nighta at this ski hill.
Open for nighta on weekdays (apart from Wednesdays).
Getting to Wajimashi Mii
By public transport
11km from Anamizu Station on the Nanao line
Wajimashi Mii is about 11km from Anamizu Station on the Nanao line.
No shuttle bus service information is available.
4.1km from the Noto Kuukou on the Noetsu Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 249 (10.3km away)
Nearest prefecture road: Prefecture Road 1
This small ski hill is located in Wajima, about 4km to the north west of the Noto Kuukou (Airport) IC of the Noto Expressway.
It is just by the side of the Prefecture Road 1 in the Mii-machi Nagasawa area of Wajima.
There is limited parking for about 5 vehicles close to the base.
At the time of writing (mid May), almost all ski resorts in Japan have closed for the 2016-2017 season.
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