FRI • 19 NOV • 6–9 P.M. TAIYO TICKETS ON SALE NOW$25 Advance • $35 Day-of Includes entry, food and tastings.PURCHASE AT ODR & THE COMMUNITY CENTERSLIVE MUSIC featuring ...Eda Jazz Band CRAFT BEER TASTINGS Ticket includes eight 4-ounce pours. SKI & SNOWBOARD REPS Ticket includes raffle entry to win lift tickets from across Japan. NisekoHokkaidoNiseko is comprised of four ski resorts, the largest of which is Grand Hirafu with 30 ski trails and 15 lifts. Catch breathtaking views of the famed Mt. Yotei from the peaks and ski through some of the best powder in Japan. GrandecoTohokuLocated in the Bandai-Asahi National Park, GRANDECO has four high-speed lifts and one gondola. The resort has trails built with beginners in mind to build their skillset plus mogul and slalom runs for advanced riders. Tambara ParkGunmaTambara is the perfect place to dip your boot in the Japanese powder, with 80% of the slopes tailor-made for beginner and intermediate skiers and riders. Spend a full day on the 8 trails and 6 lifts. HakubaNaganoTwo areas joined to form this massive resort complete with two gondolas, 20 lifts and over 29 runs through rich scenery and wide trails. Manza Prince HotelGunmaWith views of Mt. Fuji from the top of the mountain, Manza Prince Hotel Resort features 14 courses, 4 lifts and some of the best-powdered snow in Japan. Karuizawa Prince HotelNaganoKaruizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort is one of the easiest accessible resorts from Tokyo. The ski resort offers good condition trails mainly for beginner and intermediate level skiers, as well as snow parks. TAMGRAMNaganoAmazing quality of powder snow on these Northwest facing slopes. 5 lifts are available in 14 different courses. Hoshino ResortsNaganoHoshino Resorts Alts Bandai is a massive ski resort extending over three mountain ranges: Mt. Bandai, Mt. Nekomagadake and Mt. Umaya. You have a birds-eye view of Lake Inawashiro in this world-class ski resort which boasts 22 different ski runs.