Use the

Planning a Trip to Japan?

Share your travel photos with us by hashtagging your images with #visitjapanjp

Seki Onsen Ski Resort 関温泉スキー場

A thrilling off-piste, family-run ski resort

The quaint Seki Onsen Ski Resort on the northeastern slopes of Mt. Myoko in Niigata is a paradise for snow lovers, famous for the heaviest snowfalls in Japan.

How to Get There

Access is by public transport and car.

Take the Joetsu Shinkansen to JR Joetsumyoko Station and change to the local Myoko Haneuma Line to Sekiyama Station. Seki Onsen Ski Resort is 10-15 minutes by bus or taxi.

By car, take the Joshinetsu Expressway and get off at either Nakago Interchange or Myoko Kogen Interchange.

From the Myoko Kogen IC exit turn left at the traffic lights onto Route 18 and head north for about 5.6 kilometers. At the Sakaguchi north traffic lights turn left and follow the road up to Seki Onsen Ski Resort which is on the right-hand side of the road.

From the Nakago IC exit turn right onto Route 18 and head south for 4.9 kilometers. At the Seki-Tsubame entrance traffic lights, turn right onto Prefecture Road 39 and follow the road up to Seki Onsen Ski Resort which is on the right-hand side of the road.

Punching above its weight

Myoko receives heavy snowfall every year and has a total of nine ski resorts. There are a total of four courses and two lifts that rise to a vertical height of 310 meters.

It is an ideal spot for those desiring genuine back-country powder runs.

Soaking in hot springs

After a day on the slopes, you can take advantage of the many hot springs near the resort. Staying a night in the hot spring village will also let you experience the secluded, mountainous Japanese scenery.

The latest information may differ, so please check the official website.

* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

Recommended for You

Tsubame Onsen
Tsubame Onsen
Myoko Suginohara Ski Resort
Myoko Suginohara Ski Resort

Please Choose Your Language

Browse the JNTO site in one of multiple languages