Myoko Kogen Resort Information
Myoko Kogen is perfect for snow lovers, some would say it is the snowiest resort in Japan and potentially the world. With an annual snowfall, over 15 meters every season.
Myoko Kogen offers a great experience of Japanese culture. It’s not one of the westernized Japanese ski resorts. Myoko, formed in the 1930s is owned by Japanese people, thus rich in history and where Japanese royalty often ski’s. The terrain is diverse and there is a relatively liberal off piste policy here making it one of our favorite resorts in Japan.
Myoko comprises of 4 main ski resorts interconnected and available on the multi resort ski pass sold by Liquid Snow Tours. Myoko Akakura is the main ski area, made of two resorts, Akakura Onsen and Akakura Kanko. Suginohara ski resort has nice side country and long rides. Seki Onsen is famous for steep tree skiing, and Ikenotaira Onsen offers family-friendly slopes (Myoko ski park and Kyukamura) and good lifestyle.
Myoko Kogen ski resorts are famous for snow lovers for off-piste long and vertical rides and treed slopes. Some resorts also have backcountry and side country available with guiding. Close to the Sea of Japan, it’s famous for plentiful snow.
New for 2017 Liquid Snow Tours are proud to have an office in Myoko Kogen and offer clients that book holidays here complimentary mountain guiding and a welcome night at Jacks Bar Myoko.