Appi Kogen

About Appi Kogen

Born of the 1980’s ski boom, Appi Kogen has been labelled the Aspen of Japan. Its exceptional customer service more akin to Deer Valley or some such resort. The first class technology and facilities are a somewhat unusual find in Japan, and at Appi you’ll find a resort perfect for families, with well groomed trails, dedicated children’s ski areas, snow parks, child care and a plethora of ski school options.

The 282 hectare ski area sits below treeline and boasts some 828m of vertical skiing. More than half of Appi’s 21 trails are also longer than 2km’s, it’s longest a positively leg burning 5.5km (just 400m short of Australia’s longest in Thredbo)

Appi is located near the northern end of Honshu, Japan’s main island. From Tokyo the easiest way to travel to Appi is via Bullet Train (2 hours) to Morioka Station and then catch the bus directly to Appi resort (40 minutes).


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