Fujiten Snow Resort is located in Narusawa village on the northern foothills of Mount Fuji in Yamanashi Prefecture. Fujiten Snow Resort is one of only three ski and snowboard resorts in Yamanashi Prefecture and one of only two on the foothills of Mt Fuji (the other being Snow Town Yeti on the southern foothills in Shizuoka Prefecture).
The resort opened in 1986 under the name Fujiteninyama Ski-jo. It was re-named to Fujiten Snow Resort in 2000. During the summer months various sports and activities can be enjoyed on the slopes of Fujiten.
Fujiten Snow Resort Snow Depth Statistics
Official snow depth numbers from the current season and previous season
Ski and snowboard lessons are available at Fujiten Snow Resort.
Ski and snowboard equipment rental is available. Ski and snowboard wear rental is also available.
The 'Chibbiko Ai Land' area for young children is located by the Family pair lift near the base. Entry is 700 yen (or free with valid lift ticket).
There is a child care facility in the Centre House building.
The 200m 'Nan-chatte SnowPark' area is located in the lower area of the resort. The plan is for it to be available from mid January. There is also a special mogul run area.
Fujiten Snow Resort Season & Opening Times
Typical season is from Early December until Early April
Weekends and holidays
Normally open from 8:00am until 10:00pm
Normally open from 8:30am until 5:00pm
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays
Fujiten Snow Resort is officially open from 8:30am until 5:00pm on weekdays and from 8:00am until 5:00pm on weekends and holidays.
The ski lifts actually operate from 9:00am until 4:30pm on weekdays and from 8:30am until 4:30pm on weekends and holidays.
Nighta is from 4:00pm until 10:00pm (lifts moving until 9:30pm) on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays and over New Year (between 22nd December 2018 and 10th March 2019)
Fujiten Snow Resort Lift Ticket Charges
4 years to Elementary School age
60 years & over
1 Day (weekend & holidays)
1 Day (weekdays)
4 Hours (weekend & holidays)
4 Hours (weekdays)
1 Lift Coupon
Super 1 Day (8:30am-9:30pm)
Super PM (12:00pm-9:30pm)
Season Ticket (open-4:30pm)
Season Ticket (weekdays)
Season Ticket (inc. nighta)
Season Ticket (nighta only)
A 500 yen returnable deposit is required for the purchase of lift tickets.
A number of family tickets are also available:
1 adult and 1 child - 6,500 yen on weekends and holidays; 5,500 yen on weekdays 1 adult and 2 children - 9,000 yen on weekends and holidays; 7,500 yen on weekdays 2 adults and 1 child - 9,500 yen on weekends and holidays; 8,000 yen on weekdays 2 adults and 2 children - 12,000 yen on weekends and holidays; 10,000 yen on weekdays
Getting to Fujiten Snow Resort
By public transport
12.1km from Kawaguchiko Station on the Fujikyuko line
Fujiten Snow Resort is just over 12km from Kawaguchiko Station on the Fujikyuko line.
Various bus tours to the resort are available.
A taxi to the resort from Kawaguchiko Station usually takes about 20 minutes.
12.1km from the Kawaguchiko IC on the Chuo Expressway
12.5km from the Fuji Yoshida IC on the Chuo Expressway
41.2km from the Gotemba IC on the Tomei Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 139 (4.8km away)
Fujiten Snow Resort is about 12km from the Kawaguchiko and Fuji Yoshida IC exits of the Chuo Expressway.
From the IC exits head west on Route 139 for just over 7km to arrive at a traffic light junction that has a big Fujiten sign on the left hand side. Turn left at this junction to head up to the resort base. The resort is found along this road and well signposted.
There is parking for about 2,500 vehicles close to the base of Fujiten Snow Resort. Parking is free on weekdays and also after 3:00pm (for nighta). On weekends and holidays parking is 1,000 yen per vehicle.
The car park gates open at 7:30am on weekdays and 7:00am on weekends and holidays.
The ski resort information currently shown on SnowJapan is from the 2018-2019 season. Over the summer and autumn months we will be checking and then updating information. Everything will be updated online in time for the 2019-2020 winter season. Please note that planned ski resort opening dates are often very similar every year, so the dates from the 2018-2019 season can be taken as a good idea of what to expect next season.
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