Tanigawadake Tenjindaira ski resort closed

Thank you for your patronage of Tanigawadake Tenjindaira Ski Resort.
In response to the declaration of an emergency for the seven prefectures based on the revised Special Measures Law for the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) and the spread of the new coronavirus, the ski resort will provide customers, their families and employees. In order to protect the safety and health of the ski area, the ski area business of this season has ended today on April 12 (Sun).

This season, a lot of customers came since the opening of business on December 7.
In this rare winter, the maximum snowfall was only 250 cm in warm winter. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Nevertheless, despite the lack of snow, we had visitors from the year-end and New Year visits.
With the use of children free this year, many parents and children came and enjoyed the powder snow skiing and the scenery of Mt. Tanigawa.
Thank you for your patronage this season.
For customers who use BC skis, we will continue to work to disseminate the weather conditions and call for compliance with the rules, and will put our customers’ safety and security first in the next season.
Next season, we will visit the Tanigawadake Tenjindaira ski resort, where you can enjoy the snow quality of powder snow, the long season up to GW, and the view of the Tanigawa mountain range, and the lovely flowers and highlands of Tenjindaira. We are waiting for you.

For now, we will shorten the business hours from 9 am to 4 pm, but depending on various conditions such as the occurrence of new coronavirus infection in the target prefectures and Gunma prefecture, we will We may refrain from doing so, so please check the business status at this website in the future.

We wish the new coronavirus infectious disease to end as soon as possible, and wish all of our employees the best of health.

#stayhome

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