Akakura Kanko Resort Sky Cable is now open for the 2021 season.
Autumn is a stunning season in Myoko. Here are some of the most popular places around Myoko to experience this amazing season.
A little article about the snowfall patterns in Myoko, and what to expect each month.
Lime Resort is a modern hotel offering beautiful rooms as well as a stunning onsen experience in Ikenotaira area.
Kanzuri is a special seasoning paste made from fermented red peppers. Visit the factory and learn about this famous local spice.
Mt Myoko looms over the village giving the area its name. The mountain is one of Japans 100 famous mountains.
Arai Festival is a large annual festival that is held each year in the beginning of August. Over 4,000 local people participate in the festival.
Mt Hiuchi Is beautiful in summer but climbing can be tough. Learn how to prepare for this climb and what scenery you can expect to see.
Naena Waterfall is an impressive 55m waterfall framed by steep basalt walls on each side with thundering water crashing on to the large boulders below.
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