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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

In Myoko

Activites around Myoko

Here a few suggestions for those in Myoko during this early season which has found us lacking in snow. This is...

Naena Waterfall Guided Tour

Due to the current low snow conditions the waterfall is accessible with out the need for snowshoes. Please contact us with the...

Popular Autumn Spots

Autumn is a stunning season in Myoko. There are many great places to see the spectacular leaves. Here are some of the most popular...

Skunk Cabbages at Imori Pond

The skunk cabbages at Imori Pond are now in full bloom. Don't let the name of this plant put...

Kimi no I

Kimi no I is a great place to visit for lovers of...
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January Fire Festivals

In January of each year there are many large and small local fire festivals. These traditional festivals are to wish for good health and good...

Kanzuri Factory

Myokos Famous Kanzuri Spice WHAT...

Mt Myoko

About Mt Myoko (2,454 meters/8,051 feet) Mt Myoko is the dormant volcano that looms over the village giving the area its name. It...

Naena Waterfall

Naena Waterfall is an impressive 55m waterfall. It is framed by a steep basalt wall on each side and the thundering...

Sasagamine

Sasagamine is located deep in the Myoko mountain range and is a part of Myoko Togakushi Renzan National Park....

Imori Pond

Imori pond is one of the most scenic spots in Myoko Kogen. It is famous for the mirror-like water...

Mt Hiuchi

About Mt Hiuchi (2,462 meters/8,077 feet) Mt Hiuchi is one of Japans 100 famous mountains and is situated in Myoko Togakushi Renzan National...

Tsubame Onsen

Set on a spectacular cliff-side next to a fast-flowing river Tsubame Onsen is a great destination for those wishing to experience...

Otaki Waterfall

Otaki is a stunning double waterfall that is found way off the beaten track deep in the Arai area of Myoko...

Myoko Kogen Sky Cable

The Myoko Sky Cable is the Akakura Kanko Resort gondola which takes you half way up Mt Myoko for some beautiful...

Daidohara Flower Fields

Daidohara flower fields come into bloom at the beginning of May each year. The fields are canola (rapeseed) flowers. While canola fields...