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LIFT PASS PRICING

LIFT PASS PRICING

2021-2022 Season Dates: December 18, 2021 – April 3, 2022

Spring ski is open from March 7, 2022 ~ April 3, 2022

Ticket Type Adult Senior Child
1 Day (~17:00) ¥‎5,500 ¥‎4,200 ¥‎3,100
5 hour Ticket (5hr from purchase) ¥‎4,900 ¥‎3,900 ¥‎2,800
Afternoon Ticket (12:00~17:00) ¥‎3,700 ¥‎2,700 ¥‎2,400
Night Ski Ticket* ¥‎2,900 ¥‎2,200 ¥‎1,800
Spring Ski Ticket ¥‎4,600 ¥‎3,500 ¥‎2,600
Spring Ski 5hr Ticket ¥‎3,900 ¥‎2,900 ¥‎2,100
Spring Ski Afternoon Ticket  ¥‎3,200 ¥‎2,300 ¥‎2,000
1 Day Group Ticket** ¥‎4,600 ¥‎3,500 ¥‎2,600
Gondola Single Ride ¥‎1,000 ¥‎1,000 ¥‎1,000
Quad Lift Single Ride ¥1,000 ¥‎1,000 ¥‎1,000
Half Pipe Ticket*** ¥‎1,000 ¥‎1,000 ¥‎1,000

Ticket counters open at the following times: Gondola Foothills 8:15-16:30, Visitor House 9:00-20:30 (until 16:30 on days when there is no night business)

Day skiing operates until 5pm. (operates until 4pm before night skiing starts operating.) 

* Night skiing operates from 16:00 to 20:30, from December 24, 2021 – March 6, 2022. Night Ski will be open only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

**Large group rates are for 10+ and advanced reservation is required
***Half-pipe and park use is not included in lift ticket price. An additional ticket is required for entry. Please purchase at any ticket counter.


Child rates apply for children 6-11 years old (or up to elementary school if attending school in Japan). Children under 6 years old ski for free when accompanied by an adult. Senior rates apply for ages 60 and above. Photo ID may be required for children and seniors.

The courses may be subject to closures depending on weather conditions.
We accept credit cards at the ticket counters, shop, snow school, and rentals.
Guests with disabilities are eligible for discounts (see pricing below).
Lift tickets will not be replaced or refunded.
Any forgery or copying of lift passes will be reprimanded at the full extend of the law.
Resale, transferring, and lending of lift tickets is not allowed.

TOHOKU RESIDENT DISCOUNTS

If you’re a resident anywhere in the Tohoku region (Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Fukushima, Yamagata, Miyagi), check out these “locals” discounts…

Photo ID is required for the discounts. Without ID, discounts will not be offered.

ADVANCED PURCHASE TICKETS

30,500 for 8 one-day passes, limited to 700 sets
(Regular adult ¥44,000, Tohoku discount adult ¥36,800 for 8 one-day tickets)
You can share with your family and friends.

SEASON PASS PRICING

Ticket Type Adult Senior Child
Regular Season Pass ‎¥‎54,400 ¥‎39,200 ¥‎28,800

2021-2022 Season Dates: December 18, 2021 – April 3, 2022 (The season pass is valid during this period.)

Child rates apply for children 6-11 years old (or up to elementary school if attending school in Japan). Senior rates apply for ages 60 and above. Photo ID may be required for children and seniors.

  If you visit us directly for the application and the purchase of the pass, we can take your ID photo.

Season pass is redeemed in person. Seniors are required to show their ID cards with photos.

We never reissue season passes.

Season pass is valid only to the person concerned.

If the pass is given or used by another person, the additional fee will be charged.

Cancellation policy : If Cancelled after December 10, 2021, 30% of the full price will be charged.

RATES FOR GUESTS WITH DISABILITIES

Ticket Type Adult Senior Child
1 day ¥4,600 ¥‎3,500 ¥‎2,600
Afternoon Ticket ¥3,100 ¥2,200 ¥2,000
Night Ski Ticket ¥2,400 ¥1,800 ¥1,500

Read what other people say about Aomori Spring

“We travelled to Aomori Spring Resort last month and had the opportunity to take part of a great snowboard freestyle camp that was being offered. The resort is about an hour from the train station. The rooms were adequately sized. We had a view of the gondola from our room and a view of the sea in the distance. The room was equipped with hot water kettle and green tea bags. The beds were very comfortable and we had a small sofa bed to relax on. The bathrooms were nice and water pressure was excellent.”

Read the rest of this review on Tripadvisor.