Madarao Kogen

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ABOUT Madarao Kogen

Dec - April

Madarao Kogen is located between Myoko and Nozawa Onsen, making it a great base to enjoy the powder of the region. Madarao is connected to the neighbouring Tangram Resort which can be accessed on the one lift pass. Madarao offers a variety of terrain for all abilities, however its major attraction is their off-piste skiing, heavy gladed tree runs and a large selection of runs left ungroomed. Madarao has a moderately sized village and with more foreigners beginning to visit the area, the amount of restaurants and bars is increasing.

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