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Natural Inn Suizan, Myoko Suginohara

Natural Inn Suizan, Myoko Suginohara

“An enjoyable stay!” (Review) Within a 5-minute walk from Myoko Suginohara Ski Resort, Natural Inn Suizan offers simple Japanese and Western-style accommodations. Natural Inn Suizan, Myoko Suginohara Natural Inn Suizan: Overview Guests can refresh in the spacious public baths and enjoy homemade Soba buckwheat noodles. Myoko Kogen Train Station isRead More …

Myoko Lodge Monte Rosa, Akakan

Lodge Monte Rosa

“The staff were really helpful and friendly” (Review) Just a short 5-minute walk from Akakura Kanko Ski Area (Akakan), Lodge Monte Rosa offers simple accommodations with free Wi-Fi. Ski storage is available on site and guests can enjoy complimentary tea at the shared lounge. Lodge Monte Rosa, Akakan Lodge MonteRead More …

Pension Yamabudo, Akakan

Pension Yamabudo

“This pension is unique with homely warmth.”(Review) Cosy Pension Yamabudo offers simple guest rooms, public baths and free property-wide Wi-Fi. Guests can use free pick-up shuttles from JR Myoko Kogen Station, a 5-minute drive away. Breakfast includes all-you-can-eat freshly baked bread. Pension Yamabudo, Akakan Pension Yamabudo: Overview Both Western-style roomsRead More …

Myoko Mountain Lodge, Akakan


“Amazing accommodation and amazing people”(Review) Myoko Mountain Lodge is a 9-room all season lodge that offers cosy rooms with shared facilities (but the bathroom can be used as private). It is located within a 5-minute drive from Akakura Kanko Ski Resort and a 10-minute drive from Akakura Onsen Ski Resort.Read More …

Tob’s House, Madarao Pension, Madarao Kogen

tobs house madarao pension

“This Madarao pension serves up great food and hospitality!” (Review) Come to Madarao for the skiing, come to Madarao Kogen for the scenery, but make sure to come to Tob’s House Madarao Pension for the food. A wonderful and delicious variety of Western and Japanese dishes are served for dinnerRead More …


Akakura Kanko Hotel

Myoko-Kogen is one of the oldest established ski areas in the world and is a traditional mountain retreat of Japan’s imperial family. The area offers outstanding skiing options.

Nozawa Onsen

Nozawa Onsen is a rustic village renowned for it’s hot springs and traditional inns since the Edo period.

Japan Snow Monkeys

A visit to the Nagano area would not be complete without seeing the Japan Snow Monkeys bathing in hot springs at the Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park.

Togura-Kamiyamada Onsen

Onsen town Japan Guide

Located close to Nagano City on the banks of the Chikuma River is the traditional Japanese onsen town of Togura-Kamiyamada Onsen where visitors can soak in soothing mineral waters.

Togakushi Village & Shrine

The charming Togakushi Village is popular year round destination close to Nagano City. The village nestles amongst 900 year old cedars featuring an easy hike to famous Togakushi Shrine.

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