Akakura Kanko Resort Sky Cable is now open for the 2021 season.
Lake Nojiri is a part of the Myoko Togakushi Renzan National Park. Its a great place for water sports.
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.
The Apa Resort Apallusion is an impressive outdoor illumination display. The display changes each year so there is always something new for a returning visitor to see.
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.
The Sea to Summit event is held each year in Myoko and Shinanomachi. The event is a 3-stage challenge.
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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