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Myoko Big-4 One-Day Lift Pass
The easy way to ski at any of Myoko's biggest resorts

With one coupon in hand, you can ski at any of the four biggest resorts in the Myoko area—Akakura Kanko, Akakura Onsen, Ikenotaira Onsen and Suginohara.

 

Price: Adults ¥4,500; seniors and children ¥4,000.

 

To reserve: Please contact stay@myoko.tv
Tel: +81 (0)255-86-2186

 

Myoko Super Big-4 Lift Pass
A special price for long-staying guests!

A discount-price lift pass for four of the biggest Myoko-area ski resorts, ideal for persons staying from 8 to 21 days in Myoko. The period of use begins from the first day of your stay in Myoko.

 

Price: ¥37,000 (adult, junior or senior, child)

 

Period:
Up to 21 consecutive days

 

Ski areas where Pass can be used:
Akakura Onsen, Akakura Kanko Resort (Akakan), Ikenotaira Onsen, Suginohara

 

To complete the application:
Please send the following to stay@myoko.tv, at least one month before the period of use:
  • Completed application form (available in Excel format here).
  • Passport-size color photo data
  • Full name of all persons requesting pass
  • Period of use
  • Hotel in Myoko
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    Payment
    Payment may be through bank transfer to our account, or in cash (Japanese yen only) at the front desk of the guest’s hotel (credit cards not accepted).
    The Super Big-4 Pass(es) will be handed over at the Front Desk of the guest’s hotel.

     

    Limitations
  • Sales of the Super Big-4 Pass is available only to guests staying at hotels listed in the Accommodations section of the Myoko Tourist Office’s English website. Guests staying at other hotels may not purchase the Pass.
  • Refunds for the Super Big-4 Pass will only be made up until December 1, 2013; no refunds will be made for any cancellation made after this date.
  • No refunds will be made for cancellation of Super Big-4 Passes reserved after December 1, 2013.
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