Myoko is no big city. It’s a real mountain ski town, snuggled in at the base of one of Japan’s most beautiful mountains. Here you will find the profound silence that comes with the heavy snows. The billowing steam of onsen (hot springs), ready to warm you after a day in the snow. Delicious local soba noodles and sasazushi (a unique style of sushi using local bamboo leaves), as well as other Japanese, Western and Chinese cuisine. Fine saké painstakingly made by local artisan brewers the old-fashioned way. The friendly faces of passers-by, greeting you with a hearty ohayo gozaimasu! Sublime sunrises illuminating Mt. Myoko; the beauty of Lake Nojiri, so close it seems that you could reach out and touch it when you’re on the ski slopes; even the Sea of Japan, seen off in the distance from the higher ski runs.
Akakura Park Hotel is located only 7 min walking distance to Akakura Kanko Ski Resort and is great for skiers or snowboarders looking to stay for 2 weeks or more. This resort has facilities such as natural hot spring (both indoor and outdoor) to ease those aches after a day on the slopes, coin laundry, karaoke room, gift shop, vending machine, and ski rental shop. Internet connection is also available in the premise.
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