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Myoko Ski Lodge,

Akakura Onsen, Japan

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More ski resorts within a day trip from Myoko

Lotte Arai Ski Resort:

Yet another ski area "Lotte Arai Ski Resort" re-opened in 2017/18, further adding to the amazing array of day trip options for visitors wishing to sample the variety of terrain offered by to the Myoko region. Over $500 million dollars has been invested in this resort since it opened in the early nineties, closed in 2006, was recently purchased by a South Korean company and now re-opened as the Myoko area continues to grow in popularity due to discovery by international powder hounds from around the world as they begin to realise that the Myoko region is one of the most reliable powder skiing destinations on the planet. There is a resort style hotel at the Arai resort base but the best place in Myoko to stay for central access to the greater Myoko region and with a traditional village and ski town vibe remains Akakura Onsen village (where Myoko Ski Lodge is located).

 

How to get to Lotte Arai Ski Resort from Akakura Onsen:

At only about 45 minutes away by public shuttle. 

Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort:

A very popular ski hill with a great variety of runs adjoining a traditional culture packed village.

How to get to Nozawa Onsen Ski resort from Akakura Onsen:

​​Take the public bus down to Myoko Kogen Station (380 yen, 10 mins)

Catch the 7:49am train to Toyono Stn (590 yen, 27 mins).

Catch the 8:52am train to Iiyama Stn (320 yen, 31 mins).

Catch the 10:30am shuttle bus to Nozawa Onsen ski area and village (600 yen, 20 mins).

http://www.no-to-ma-bus.com/english.php

Kurohime Kogen Snow Park:

This is a cool little mountain for something different. and also has a great family park. Just have to wait for that old dis-used, top chair to reopen and bam ...

How to get to Kurohime Ski resort from Akakura Onsen:

Ask us to help you determine the best way to get to Kurohime for a day trip.

Around 25-30 mins away.

Shiga Kogen Ski Resort:

Japans largest interconnected collective of ski resorts.

How to get to Shiga-Kogen Ski resort from Akakura Onsen:

Ask us to help you determine the best way to get to Shiga Kogen for a day trip.

Keep in mind it's at least a two hour trip so, you'll need to be keen and leave early.

Hakuba Ski Resorts:

Probably the most well known ski area on the island of Honshu.

 

How to get to the Hakuba Ski area from Akakura Onsen:

Ask us to help you determine the best way to get to Hakuba for a day trip.

Keep in mind it's a two and a half hour trip so, you'll need to be keen and leave early.

Snow Monkey Tour:

Go on an organised tour, or talk to us and we may be able to organise for you (minimum 4 persons).