Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort | Ski Ikenotaira

Located on the central side of Mount Myoko, Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort offers long, wooded trails and wide, gentle slopes. Visitors to the resort can enjoy the snow to your heart’s content in the two skiing areas, each with their own unique charm.

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Views from Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort

Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort

ikenotaira onsen ski resort logoSurrounded by forests of white birch, Ikenotaira Ski & Onsen Resort is a mellow getaway for skiers and snowboarders of every level. This resort is particular popular with tree skiers, park rats, and those of beginner to intermediate levels. Popular features of Ikenotaira include the Alpen Blick ski slope with its long, wooded run as well as a wide, gentle slope that provides a sense of openness and freedom.

With two unique areas, there’s plenty to keep visitors entertained. The far left of the mountain (Alpenblick side) tends to be much quieter with no ropes and plenty of scope for in the trees and/or powder trail action but, be warned, there is no really challenging terrain or steeps for the go hard skier or snowboarder. This resort also boasts what is billed as Japan’s premier snowboard park. The resort is open mid-December through early April (depending on snow conditions)

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Go Myoko Ski School Ikenotaira Onsen

Go Myoko Adventures is a new Snowsports School based in Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort. They also offer lessons at all resorts within the Myoko area. GoMyoko Adventures strive to provide the best snow experience in Japan. Their international crew of professional, experienced instructors will ensure that you have an unforgettable time on the slopes. Contact Go Myoko for details on their premium rental ski and snowboard options as well. To celebrate their opening season, they are welcoming guests with special lesson prices – the best value in the whole of Myoko!

Make the most of your time on the slopes with a private lesson. This is the BEST way to improve fast with more time working on your skills. Whether you are a first timer or an experienced skier looking to improve on technique or get rid of bad habits Go Myoko have an instructor that will suit your needs.

Ikenotaira Onsen Ski Resort: Info Box

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Ikenotaira Ski Info

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Ikenotaira Ski Resort Information
Fifteen minutes on the local bus bound for Suginosawa Village (get off at Landmark Cafe and connect to the free resort shuttle) or ten minutes by taxi (fare 2,500 yen) from Myokokogen Station. Shuttle buses (500 yen one way) run between Akakura Onsen, Akakura Kanko Resort, Ikenotaira Ski Resort and Myoko Suginohara Ski Resort.

Getting to Ikenotaira Onsen

Ikenotaira Onsen accommodation and village

There is a small village at the base of the Ikenotaira Ski Resort that has generally retained its Japanese flavour. There are quite a few accommodation places available but, be warned, the area is very quiet in the evenings with limited options to eat out. After spending time at the slopes, guests can relax in body and spirit with a soak in the onsen.

Recommended accommodation in Ikenotaira Ski Resort

Park Lodge Sekine

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Iimorike Pond with view of the the resort

Ikenotaira Ski Trail Map

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Ikenotaira Ski Park Map

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Ikenotaira Onsen Freestyle Ski Park

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