Myoko Vista boutique accommodation offers walkable access to the traditional Japanese village, including restaurants, bars and shops, whilst providing one of the town’s only ski-in ski-out luxury escape holiday options, with exquisite views across the Myoko Valley.

We have travelled the world in an endless search for fresh powder, deep turns, and mountain air. Our travels to Japan impacted us the most – the openness and generosity of the people, the iconic and honourable culture, and of course the most consistent powder snow conditions we have ever encountered. We wanted to share this with people who aspire for the same mountain snow experience.

 Myoko Vista is situated in Myoko Kogen (Akakura Onsen), approximately 45 minutes from Nagano and 3.5 hours from Tokyo, and in close proximity to Madarao, Shiga Kogen and Nozawa Onsen Ski Resorts.

 Myoko Kogen is renowned for some of the best vertical and longest runs Japan has to offer. The combined size of the resort,  quality and consistency of the powder snow minus the extreme temperatures, efficient lift and transportation system will ensure you will not be disappointed.

Hotel Amenities Include:

Free resident car parking

Free high speed internet

Free wifi access



Business services  

Laundry facilities  

Smart TVs

Tea & coffee making facilities  

Bespoke toiletries

Iron & ironing board


  • Air Condition
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Free toiletries
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Laundry
  • TV
  • WiFi


Myoko Vista boutique accommodation offers walkable access to the traditional Japanese village, including restaurants, bars and shops, whilst providing one of the town's only ski-in ski-out luxury escape holiday options, with exquisite views across the Myoko Valley.


Free Wifi Access.


Free Resident Parking

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Japan, Nozawa Onsen

Japan, Nozawa Onsen

Nozawa Onsen is one of the best classic ski resorts in Japan, with over 50 kilometres of trails to choose from. With an abundance of snow, Nozawa Onsen has wide open runs for beginners as well as steeper more challenging pitches. Experience breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding national parks and the Japan Alps. The bustling village has a great sense of tradition and Japanese spirit with beautiful old streets. Nozawa Onsen offers a great cultural experience and is also famous for having over 30 public hot springs or ‘soto-yu’.

Nozawa Onsen is also famous for the annual Dosojin Fire Festival which is held on the 15th January Every Year to pray for a plentiful harvest, good health and fortune.The village also played a significant role in the history of skiing in Japan.

The wonderful hospitality of the local villagers makes for a truly memorable ski holiday with a difference!

Sports and nature

Sports and natureThousands of tourists head to Nozawa Onsen in winter and don’t go there to ski or snowboard. This provides a bit of an indication of the extent of off-slope activities in Nozawa Onsen.

Just wandering around the charming cobblestone streets of Nozawa Onsen is an interesting activity in itself. Check out the architecture of the ryokans and browse through the various souvenir shops.


NightlifeNozawa Onsen restaurants offer fabulous cuisine. Dining in Nozawa Onsen and exploring the various bars and restaurants is a highlight of the holiday experience. Steeped in tradition Nozawa Onsen is desperately trying to hold onto its traditional heritage, and the threat of obnoxious westerners can be a challenge. If you fit in with the culture and try to learn at least a little Japanese language and be polite.

Culture & history

Culture & history Renowned for it's onsen since the Edo period, the village also played a significant role in the history of skiing in Japan. The village is located at the foot of Kenashi-yama (literally Mt No-hair), alt 1650 meters, in beautiful natural surroundings - lush green in spring and summer, colored leaves in autumn and of course spectacular snow covered surroundings in winter. Nozawa Onsen strives to maintain a traditional atmosphere. Out of the winter season the village is quiet, but as the snow arrives so do skiers and snowboarders and the energy levels suddenly increase as people come to enjoy the mountain.

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