The Myoko Kogen Snow Resort is made up of nine mountains, Myoko Akakura, Ikenotaira Onsen, Myoko Suginohara, Seki Onsen, Kyukamura, Myoko Ski Park, Myoko Pine Valley, Madarao Kogen and Tnagram Ski Circus, all with their own distinctive features. With great quality powder snow, high level bumps, refreshing long runs and a kid's park for small children, the Myoko Kogen Snow Resort has something for all skiers.
Founded in 1930s, Myoko is one of the oldest established ski areas in the world. In its rich history, you have an ideal holidays to enjoy a total Japan ski resort experience. Onsen (hot springs) is a place to unwind: Myoko Onsen, Akakura Onsen, Suginosawa Onsen, Seki Onsen, and more. You can also visit historical monuments, the excavation museum or the Ukiyoe museum.
All hotel packages include (Except Lotte Arai Resort):
7 Nights Accommodation
Daily Breakfasts (7)
6 Days All Mountain Lift Pass
Ski-in / Ski-out to Myoko Arai
A true ski in / ski out accommodation in Akakura Onsen. The Hotel Alp is right in front of the slope just above the Chuo lift of Akakura Onsen Ski Resort.
Located right on the slopes of the Akakura Onsen
Arai Ski Resort closed in 2006 but is scheduled for full re-opening in late 2017 under the new ownership of the Korean Lotte Group.
3 minutes walk to Akakura Onsen
The Akakura Hotel Annex is the ideal place for a stay in the beautiful resort of Myoko.
5 min walk to Akakura Kanko
Oyado Furuya is a traditional Japanese Ryokan. ("Oyado" basically means a Japanese-style inn).
4 minutes walk to Akakura Onsen
Akakura Park Hotel is located in central Akakura Onsen, and offers the most reasonable accommodation in the Myoko Kogen Area.