Inawashiro is a town located in the Yama District of Fukushima, Japan. The resort rests on the shores of Lake Inawashiro, one of the largest lakes in Japan. It is a well-known ski resort to both athletes and fans, having played host to World Cup moguls competition since 1988.
The resort itself isn't especially large, Inawashiro's well-named "Daffy Course" slope for moguls and dual moguls - with its 37° fall line - is renowned for being one of the most difficult courses on the World Cup circuit.
Previously home to World Cup aerials competition and the 2009 FIS Freestyle World Championships, Inawashiro's rich freestyle skiing history and year-round facilities make the resort a popular destination for freestyle skiers from around the globe.
Two familiar names take victory and reclaim their respective yellow leader bibs.
Justine continues gold medal-winning ways, while Bradley takes first MO win