WINTER IN MYOKO

Snow Reports

Daily Snow Reports!

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Onsen

Looking for onsen in Myoko?
Check our guide.

Bus Timetables

Timetables for all service in Myoko.

Ski Resorts

Find out about all the resorts in Myoko.

Access Guide

Please check our quick reference access page for all our links to transport to/from and around Myoko.

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Places to visit this winter

Ryotei Ukiyo

A ryotei is a traditional high-class Japanese restaurant that represents the region’s food culture. Visit this amazing Joetsu Ryotei

Zenkoji Temple

Zenkoji Temple is one of the most important temples in Japan and contains 1,400 years of history with in its compound.

Kimi no I

Kimi no I

Kimi no I is a great place to visit for lovers of Japanese sake and for those who enjoy traditional Japanese culture. The brewery was founded in 1842 and saké has been brewed in this current building since 1904!

kanzuri peppers

Kanzuri Factory

Kanzuri is a special seasoning paste made from fermented red peppers. Visit the famous factory all year round and learn about this famous local spice.

Umigatari Joetsu Aquarium

Umigatari Joetsu Aquarium

Umigatari Joetsu Aquarium was rebuilt in 2018. It is one of the few places in Japan where you can see beluga whales and magellanic penguins.

Ryokan Hanabun

Onsen

All the hot spring (onsen) baths in Myoko and the prices to enter them.

Sasagamine Snowshoe

AKAKURA FIRST STEPS

AKAKURA FIRST STEPS is an introductory half-day event geared for individuals, families or small groups who would like to experience the mountains on snowshoes.

kanzuri shop

Activites around Myoko

Here a few suggestions for the early season. This is great chance to experience some great culture and local sights.

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