Myoko Kogen ski resort » Japan
Myoko Kogen Ski Resort is located one hour north of Nagano Japan in the Niigata prefecture. Founded in the 1930’s, Myoko Kogen ski resort is claimed to be the oldest ski area in Japan.
Myoko Kogen Sk Resort is made up of a group of ski areas, linked by shuttle bus. Myoko Akakura Kanko which includes Akakura Onsen, Myoko Suginohara and Ikenotaira Onsen, and all are linked by shuttle bus and available in the Myoko Big 4 lift pass for international travelers. To use the pass at Suginohara or Ikenotaira you will need to take a shuttle bus, as these resorts aren't linked to the two main areas; Akakura Onsen and Akakura Kanko.
With up to 15 metres of snow 'Japow' each season, you won't be disappointed. Myoko offers excellent English speak ski schools.
Myoko Kogen Mountain Facts
Myoko Snow & Weather Forecast
Considering Myoko Kogen this ski season? Keep up to date with the latest weather and snow forecasts from the Myoko Suginohara mountain below to guarantee you never miss out on another pow dump or bluebird day.
Myoko Kogen Village Facts
Myoko Kogen is ideal for those searching for true Japan ski experience. From authentic beginnings, Myoko is rich in history and tradition. This old charm village offers an abundance of Japanese businesses, restaurants, izakayas (Japanese bar) and onsens throughout the village. With is new popularity, Myoko has adapted to westerners without losing too much of its authenticity.