ABOUT Myoko Kogen
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.
Myoko Kogen AccommodationMyoko has a variety of accommodation options in Akakura Village. Check out our top recommendations here.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Myoko packages including accommodation, flights, lift passes, lessons, rentals and more.
Myoko Kogen DiningThe small village of Akakura Onsen has a great selection of bars and restaurants to keep you fed and entertained when off the mountain.
day toursIf you're wanting to take a rest day after a few big days on the mountain there are some good day tour options from Myoko.
How to get to
Myoko KogenYou have a few different options for getting to Myoko from Tokyo and other cities. Check out which option is best for you.
Myoko Kogen Trail MapsMyoko has so much terrain to ride across its 5 local resorts and 3 further resorts not far away. Read on and find out which resort is best suited to you.
Myoko Kogen School
Group ToursLooking to plan an overseas school tour to Myoko? Let us do the organisation for you with our team of experienced school travel specialists.
Myoko Kogen GalleryWant to get a better idea of Myoko? Explore the powder paradise of Myoko through our gallery of images and videos.
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