Hakuba Iwatake


Hakuba Happo-one Snow Resort is a magnificent skiing venue in Japan, widely recognized for the Nagano winter Olympic games held in 1998. The vertical of Happo is some of the steepest piste in the entire Valley at 1,071m. A place to carve and shred some epic powder snow conditions not to mention the longest runs allowing you to cruise an 8000m course. From beginners to advanced level enjoy the big scale slopes, but you need more than one day. Happo’s big scale also offers an interesting mix of restaurants, cafes and food stops on the slopes and around the base. One can truly indulge in delicious cuisine from local Nagano and around the world.



8 mins walk to Iwatake Snow Field.


2 min walk to Hakuba Iwatake Snowfield.

Country Lodge Farmstay  

2 mins walk to Iwatake Snow Field.

Hakuba Branche  

located in Iwatake snow field , from hotel to Iwatake snow field only need 10 min by walk.

Inner Village Miyama  

Village Miyama is a 5-minute drive from Iwatake Ski Field.

Guests at Inner Village Miyama can try a Japanese-style room, with futon bedding on a traditional tatami (woven-straw) floor, or stay in a Western-style room.

Villa Komakusa  

Neighboring Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field, Villa Komakusa offers a breath-taking view of the Northern Alps and a cozy cottage with wooden interiors and a ktichen. JR Hakuba Train Station is a 10-minute drive from the property. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.

Cottage comes with an private bathroom, a flat-screen TV and an electric kettle. Guests at Komakusa Villa can prepare their own meals using the kitchen, which comes with a fridge, a microwave and a stove. Kitchenware and cutlery can also be found in the kitchen.