Myoko Ski Holidays
An off-piste paradise with magical tree skiing - Myoko ski holidays will provide a serious powder fix, while the town is distinctly Japanese.
- Off the Beaten Track
- Village Charm
On average, Myoko receives a colossal 13-metres of snow each year - more than anywhere else in the region. Off-piste access is unrivalled and, unlike other resorts, tree skiing is allowed, so expect dreamlike runs between snow-laden birches.
The ski area covers four zones on Mount Myoko, all linked by shuttle buses. Akakura Onsen is the main area, while Ikenetaira has gentler slopes and a freestyle park. Seki Onsen is best for tree skiing, and we love the long groomers over in Suginohara - especially the 8.5km run above Lake Nojiri. For some, the ski area isn’t quite large enough for a week, so combining with Nozawa Onsen or Hakuba can be a good idea.
At the mountain’s base, Myoko village has authentic appeal. Hot springs (onsens) are everywhere and the izakayas (Japanese pubs) are full of atmosphere. For eating out, the local eateries are excellent value and serve everything from sushi and noodle soups to katsu curry.
To experience more of Japan, Nagano’s Zenkoji Temple and the Jigokudani Park snow monkeys are highlights, while catching the bullet train back to Tokyo for a night makes an exciting end to any Myoko ski holiday.
"Fantastic snow record, friendly and local, this is the kind of atmosphere you would expect from a Japanese ski town."
Winter in Myoko
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