With a whopping 14 metres of snow every season, Myoko Kogen is a powder paradise that allows off-piste skiing (powder seekers rejoice!).
Myoko Kogen is one of Japan’s oldest ski areas and is made up of three separate resorts – Myoko Akakura, Myoko Suginohara and Ikenotaira. This area has some of the best tree skiing in Honshu and holds claim to the longest ski run in Japan, also known as ‘The Wall’. But don’t worry, if you’re not up for testing your legs just yet there are plenty of options for beginners and families as well.
At the base of the mountain you’ll find an authentic village steeped in Japanese tradition. Onsens (hot springs) are scattered throughout the village and izakayas (Japanese pubs) provide a great atmosphere for an après beer or sake. If you’re looking to combine off-piste powder skiing and culture, you can’t go past Myoko Kogen.
- Off-piste skiing permitted
- Cultural experience
|Season||December to April|
|Average Snowfall||14 metres|
|Vertical Drop||1,124 m|
|Terrain Park||Yes - at Ikenotaira Onsen|
|Ski Lifts||40 (across 4 ski areas)|
|Terrain||42% beginner, 41% intermediate, 17% advanced|
Myoko Kogen is a charming and rustic town offering accommodation options that range from traditional Japanese ryokans (guesthouses) to deluxe ski-in/ski-out hotels. The majority of properties are slope side or a short walk from the lifts and include their own private onsens (hot springs).
Myoko Kogen Ski Packages
To learn more about Myoko Kogen request a quote below or call to chat to one of our knowledgeable consultants. We can help your plan and tailor a Myoko Kogen ski holiday package to suit your budget and preferences. From flights to transfers and lift tickets, we've got you covered.
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How to get there
The best airport to access Myoko Kogen is either Narita (NRT) or Haneda (HND) in Tokyo. Direct flights are available from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The direct flight from Sydney arrives into Haneda airport, whereas any direct flight from Melbourne or Brisbane arrives into Narita airport. Flight time to Tokyo is approximately 10 hours.
The city of Tokyo makes a great stopover destination; it’s a place full of culture and history while still offering an unlimited amount of shopping, dining and entertainment options. We recommend 3 days to enjoy all this city has to offer.
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A shuttle transfer is available from Narita or Haneda airports, drive time is approximately 4h 30mins. Another option is to use a Japan Rail Pass from Narita Airport to Nagano and organise a 40 minute transfer from Nagano to Myoko Kogen. Ask us for more information about rail options.
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