Myoko Kogen

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ABOUT Myoko Kogen

Dec - April

Myoko in the Niigata prefecture (less than 4 hours from Tokyo), is the place to be if you’re chasing powder and lots of it! Myoko often receives the most snowfall in all of Japan and averages up to 15 metres in a season. Myoko Kogen boasts diverse terrain for all levels of riders and with the Snow Chaser Pass you’ll have access to 10 resorts across Myoko, Madarao, Nozawa and Shiga Kogen. In this centre of this paradise sits the small village of Akakura, which has a variety of accommodation and a selection of quality bars and restaurants.

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