Although skiing is a sport that is enjoyed by speeding through the snow and mountains, the following includes a list of factors which are connected with accidents.
Regardless whether a sign is present or not, it is YOUR responsibility that you carefully judge the conditions of the skiing area and control your skiing in order to avoid accidents.
- AAccidents due to weather such as blizzards, rain, strong winds, dense fog, etc.
- BAccidents due to the terrain such as cliffs, steep slopes, bumps, etc.
- CAccidents due to snow and ice conditions such as icy surfaces, deep snow, moguls, etc.
- DAccidents due to natural objects such as bare land, rocky land, bushes, tree stumps, standing trees, etc.
- EAccidents due to man-made objects such as the support poles for the lift, buildings, etc.
- FAccidents due to collisions and coming too close to other skiers.
- GAccidents due to mistakes made by oneself.
- For skiers, be mindful that you do NOT bother the person sitting next to you with your ski poles.
- For snowboarders, firmly fasten one foot onto the snowboard, attach the leash code, and fold up the high back.
- Please move in accordance to the instructions of the person in charge.
- Should you feel concerned when using the lift, please call for the staff.
- As you may fall off, please refrain from doing the following actions while sitting on the chair of the lift.
（1）Shaking the chair.
（2）Jumping from the chair.
（3）Fooling around on top of the chair or facing the back.
（4）Touching support poles and beams with your ski poles.
- When you see "dismount" at the dismount area, please get off and ski away quickly.
- When getting off from the chair, please proceed to the skiing slope so that you do not get in front of the people behind you.
- Even if the lift stops abruptly, please remain where you are. The staff will promptly take care of the issue.
- There may be times when the staff will NOT let you board the lift if it is determined that it is not safe to do so.