Myoko Big-4 Pass
One combined pass covering all four of the area’s biggest resorts.
Akakura Kanko Resort – Akakura Onsen Ski Resort
Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort – Myoko Suginohara Ski Resort
Free shuttle bus to access all fields.
Myoko Kogen is located one hour north of Nagano Japan in the Niigata prefecture and is great for those looking for an authentic Japanese experience. Founded in the 1930s, Myoko is particularly rich in history, traditional Japanese culture, and the area has lots of unadulterated onsens.
The area is made up of 10 different ski resorts that are largely linked together by a shuttle bus. The main ski area is Myoko Akakura which is made up of two resorts side by side; Akakura Kanko ski resort and Akakura Onsen. Suginohara ski resort features super long cruisy groomers, Seki Onsen is renowned for steep tree skiing, Ikenotaira Onsen has good freestyle fun, and family friendly slopes can be found at Kyukamura and Myoko Ski Park.
For the international market a four area combined lift pass is available. Myoko Kogen ski resort is renowned for some of the best vertical and longest runs Japan has to offer with an average of 14m of snow and unlike some other Honshu resorts, Myoko does not prohibit off-piste and tree skiing. It also has lots of backcountry opportunities.
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8am – 4.30pm
Total Lifts 70 including 2 gondolas
Gateway Airport: Tokyo is 4 hours, nearest city Nagano 1 hour
Gateway: By train from Nagano