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Red Warehouse, Myoko: Events & Activities
Activities & Tours
Activities & Myoko Tours
For those having off days or for non-skiers we can help arrange a variety of activities such as tours to various sites (Joetsu area, Snow Monkeys, Zenkoji Temple, Lake Nojiri, Togakushi, ice fishing, shopping tours, etc.), as well as cultural activities – cooking classes, flower arranging, tea ceremony and the like.
See these useful links for more info:
Myoko backcountry tours and evening snowshoe tours can be arranged prior to your arrival or at reception once you are here.
Want to check out the local restaurants and cafes? See this Myoko restaurant guide!
Kids Activities in Myoko
Kids Activities and Child Care at Myoko
Need some help with the kids? Go to our dedicated Kids & Myoko Childcare page for all the best ideas!
What Myoko events are there?
There are a number of Myoko events in the area or organised in-house such as the following:
Mid December: Myokokogen ski jinja matsuri (shrine festival). Enjoy the opening ceremony for all Myokokogen ski resorts (see photo right).
December 24: Celebrate with other guests with a white Christmas Eve celebration for Red Warehouse guests.
December 31: Late night ski and fireworks at Madarao Mountain Resort. The lifts stay open until 11.45 pm followed by a fireworks display.
January 1: Welcome the sunrise at Akakan gondola station plus dawn ski. Get up early and catch the Sky Cable before the sun rises. See the videos below for a taster
More Myoko events
January 15: Trip to the famous Nozawa Fire Festival (see photo right & video above right). This festival is amongst the three most famous fire festivals in Japan. We organise a mini-bus for our guests to see the festival.
Mid-January: We take guests across to the Dontoyaki Snow & Fire Festival at Suginohara (see photo at top and video above) where they can enjoy the fireworks and free sample food/sake.
Mid-January: Akakan Sake Ice Bar (see photo at top). For 2,000 yen we can sample all you can drink local sake. Food is also available.
February: Kamakura Festival of Lights at Akakan Resort. Held at the same location as the Sake Ice Bar.
March: Japan’s oldest ski festival at Seki Onsen. Features a flare run and fireworks.
We are just a very short walk from a number of great restaurants. Check out the Myoko restaurant guide here.
Green Season Myoko
Coming outside of winter? There are lots of great things to do – check some ideas here.