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NAEBA
苗場

Situated in the Joshin'etsu Kogen National Park, the Naeba and Kagura ski resorts are linked by Japan's longest aerial cable car, the so-called Dragondola, and together make up the Mount Naeba leisure resort, one of Japan's largest. In addition to immediate access to the ski slopes, the resorts offer a full and varied range of activities. A snowy wonderland in winter, in summer the resort is cooled by highland breezes, while in autumn the majestic sweep of the mountainsides blazing red and gold can be admired from mid-air on the cable car. These and other delights make Mount Naeba a leisure destination that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons.

Recommended Experiences

  • The Naeba Prince Hotel offers immediate access to the ski slopes.

  • The Dragondola cablecar provides a bird's-eye view of summer greenery and autumn colors.

  • In summer, visitors can experience hot-air ballooning in the skies over Naeba.

Experiences in Naeba by travelers from overseas

The articles posted on “Voyapon”, introducing various experiences in Japan.

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SHIGA KOGEN
志賀高原

This ski area lies in the Joshin'etsu Kogen National Park. The Mount Yakebitai ski resort, situated at an altitude of 1,550 meters, became in 1989 the first place on the Shiga Kogen to host the Alpine Ski World Cup. It is also well known as a center for the Nagano Winter Olympic Games of 1998. The 2,000-meter-high summit of the mountain offers a 360-degree panorama. Skirted by attractive evergreen forests, the ski runs take full advantage of the wonderful scenery and the natural topography.

Recommended Experiences

  • Yakebitaiyama Ski Resort on the Shiga Kogen offers varied ski runs and proximity to nature.

  • In summer, the cablecar affords splendid views over the lush greenery of the Shiga Kogen.

    The Shiga Kogen Prince Hotel

  • The 2,000-meter summit offers a 360-degree panorama.

Experiences in Shiga Kogen by travelers from overseas

The articles posted on “Voyapon”, introducing various experiences in Japan.

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