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  1. I visited Madarao Kogen for the first time in awhile last weekend. The snow conditions were good. The website has a good coupon for a full day all-mountain (Madarao + Tangram) plus lunch. This coupon was nice, since most of the area I enjoy is on the Tangram side. As a boarder, I noticed how I was outnumbered by skiiers. Still, the resort was much less crowded (for a Saturday) than places like Happone and Nozawa. There are a few key runs - with hardly any people on them - that made it worth it. One is powder wave (kind of on the border of the two mountains, you need to use a Madarao
  2. Monday, 26th, 2012 I always enjoy riding on week days to avoid crowds, traffic and all the other minor frustrations of being a weekend warrior. With free lift tickets for Myoko, Madarao, and Happo burning a hole in my pocket I was eager to make good use of them all. We set out early Monday morning for Myoko Kogen, making the drive from Numazu to Akakura Kanko in slightly under 4 hours. No traffic and good road conditions always mean a stress-free drive. (These snow walls are actually in Myoko Kogen, not some other random part of Japan ) As we approached Nagano city it was
  3. Friday 20th January 2012 until Thursday 26th January 2012 The prizes: This week we have 30 one-day lift ticket vouchers - each one can be exchanged for a one-day lift ticket at Madarao Kogen this winter season. There will be 15 winners, each receiving 2 lift ticket vouchers. Who can enter? Any active, logged in members of SnowJapanForums can enter this Giveaway. (You need to have made at least one post on the Forums - not just simply register). >> If you are logged in, click here to enter. >> If you need to register, please do so here. The winners: 15 people
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