ABOUT Madarao Kogen
Madarao Kogen is located between Myoko and Nozawa Onsen, making it a great base to enjoy the powder of the region. Madarao is connected to the neighbouring Tangram Resort which can be accessed on the one lift pass. Madarao offers a variety of terrain for all abilities, however its major attraction is their off-piste skiing, heavy gladed tree runs and a large selection of runs left ungroomed. Madarao has a moderately sized village and with more foreigners beginning to visit the area, the amount of restaurants and bars is increasing.
Madarao Kogen AccommodationThe small village of Madarao Kogen offers a selection of hotels and lodges. Check out some of our favourite options here.
Group ToursMadarao, also known as Madapow, is a super fun little resort with its major attraction being their off-piste skiing, amazing tree runs and a large selection of runs left ungroomed. We have a a few guided tours that will visit this awesome little resort which you can check out here.
day toursIf you're staying in Madarao and want to take a rest day here are some of our top recommendations to do.
Madarao Kogen DiningThe number of bars and restaurants in Madarao keeps growing each year. Check out some of our top recommendations here.
How to get to
Madarao KogenYou have a few different options for getting to Madarao from Tokyo and other cities. Check out which option is best for you.
Madarao Kogen Trail MapsFind out which areas across both Madaraon and Tangram are best for you with our resort guides and trail maps.
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