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  1. (MYOKO) Ski & Snowboard School Information on Go Myoko Adventures in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-ski-resorts/go-myoko-adventures
  2. (MYOKO) Ski & Snowboard School Information on Yodel Snow School in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-ski-resorts/yodel-snow-school
  3. (MYOKO) Ski & Snowboard School Information on Myoko Snowsports in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: Akakura https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-ski-resorts/myoko-snowsports-akakura Arai https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-ski-resorts/myoko-snowsports-arai
  4. Accommodation Information on Rental Cottage Greenbell Myoko in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-places-to-stay/niigata/myoko/rental-cottage-greenbell-myoko
  5. Accommodation Information on Akakura Central Hotel in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-places-to-stay/niigata/myoko/hotel-kofukan
  6. Accommodation Information on Akakura Kanko Hotel in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-places-to-stay/niigata/myoko/akakura-kanko-hotel
  7. Accommodation Information on Akakura Central Hotel in Myoko, Niigata can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-places-to-stay/niigata/myoko/akakura-central-hotel
  8. Resort Spotlight The Resort Spotlight for the Akakura Kanko resort in Myoko, Niigata Prefecture can be found here: https://www.snowjapan.com/japan-ski-resorts/akakura-kanko-resort
  9. It was on the news today that the locals have decided that the best name for the new Shinkansen station near Joestsu on the new shink line would be "Myoko Takada". Sounds like a good name to me, I bet Myoko will be happy.
  10. I used to visit Suginohara often when I first moved to Nagano, as at that time I lived on the northern side of Nagano city and it only took an hour or so to drive across into Niigata and the Myoko area. Now that I live such a short drive from the Hakuba valley, I rarely get across to Myoko and I do miss the place. I was lucky enough to win not one, but two tickets to use anywhere in the Myoko area in the last ‘Unclaimed Tickets’ Giveaway of the 2013/14 season. Thanks Snow Japan! I decided to use the tickets to visit Myoko Suginohara on what turned out to be a big powder day,
  11. Akakura Kanko, Myoko. – April 5th, 2013. Thanks Snow Japan for sending me these 2 tickets for anywhere in Myoko in your last giveaway of the season! Also, congratulations on the new site. Layout is great and easy to navigate. So here is my review for Akakura Kanko in Myoko. I waited to use the tickets until April, so I could take my brother who was visiting from England. It was his first time visiting Japan and his first time snowboarding in almost 3 years. Living in southern Nagano city, I almost always ride in Hakuba and Otari. I have done a fair few days in Suginohara over the l
  12. I've got an invitation this week to go to either sugadaira resort in Nagano or Myoko kogen in Niigata. I'll have to drive to both so transportantion isn't important. I'm wondering which is your preference?
  13. THANK YOU SNOWJAPAN for the free lift ticket!!! Here is my review of Myokokogen's suginohara from the perspective of a lower intermediate level boarder on a wednesday. Finding the place was quite easy as the toll booth attendant from the highway gave us a map and told us how to get there. The parking for this place is convenient, better than a lot of other places since there is really only one massive lot. Of course, it was a weekday so it was at about 5% capacity, a MAJOR plus. Myoko in general doesn't get nearly as many foreigners as Hakuba so there seemed to be more exci
  14. Was speaking with an Aussie girl at Seki Onsen today that told me yesterday her boyfriend and his mate set off an avie at Kanko when riding an area near those barriers under the 2nd quad if I understood correctly, with pillows and it came down the slope and buried her to knee height. I didnt glean any additional info from her re size, type etc. They had no avie gear and no awareness of what could have happened and was flppant about the whole thing. Im thinking that's why patrol were so active in that area yesterday.
  15. Hey all, We're heading up to Myoko for the first time this weekend and was hoping to tap into some of the enormous amount of knowledge here on the forum. We're planning on visiting Suginohara and Akakan Resort. Im not expecting you to reveal any of your hidden gems just some helpful pointers of where the good tree runs are. Ive heard theyre are lots but any advice would be very much appreciated. Cheers!
  16. Some photos from around Myoko over the past few days - mostly Akakura area so far. There's a lot of snow here! Buried lifts and 4m+ snow walls around town, I've never seen so much snow before. Enjoy!
  17. Friday 13th January 2012 until Thursday 19th January 2012 The prizes: This week we have 50 one-day lift ticket vouchers - each one can be exchanged for a one-day lift ticket. We have 10 lift tickets for each of the following resorts: - Happo-one (Hakuba, Nagano) - Nozawa Onsen (Nagano) - Akakura Onsen (Myoko, Niigata) - Kusatsu Kokusai (Gunma) - Zao Onsen (Yamagata) Tickets courtesy of the Mount Six group. You can choose up to 3 resorts on the form. Please write any specific preferences in the comments when you submit the form. Who can enter? Any activ
  18. Friday 30th December 2011 until Thursday 5th January 2012 The prizes: 30 one-day lift ticket vouchers - each one can be exchanged for a one-day lift ticket at any one of the open resorts in Myoko: - Akakura Onsen; - Akakura Kanko Resort; - Ikenotaira; - Myoko Suginohara; - Myoko Ski Park; - Madarao Kogen; - Tangram Ski Circus The vouchers are valid for this season Who can enter? Any active, logged in members of SnowJapanForums can enter this Giveaway. (You need to have made at least a few posts on the Forums, and join in - not just simply register). >> If you are
  19. Loving the new site and just experimenting with pics and video embeds - hope it works A rare glimpse of yours truly - out from behind the camera for a change
  20. Some Videos at Myoko Kogen. The first time I have used a helmet cam.
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