ABOUT Shiga Kogen
- Shiga Kogen (Nagano) is the highest and largest interconnected resort in Japan, providing endless terrain for all abilities
- If you book early, Shiga is one of the best value ski destinations, with ski-in ski-out accommodation for a fraction of the price
- Nightlife is limited in Shiga, with a handful restaurants and bars, most of which are located in the hotels
Shiga Kogen AccommodationShiga Kogen is home to some great hotels offering everything you need. View our favourite properties here.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Shiga Kogen packages including accommodation, flights, lift passes, lessons and more.
day toursIf you want to take a rest day while in Shiga Kogen here are some ideas to keep you busy.
Shiga Kogen DiningShiga Kogen is limited in terms of nightlife but there are still some great dining options throughout the area.
How to get to
Shiga KogenYou have a few different options for getting to Shiga Kogen from Tokyo and other cities. Check out which option is best for you.
Shiga Kogen Trail MapsShiga Kogen is a huge ski resort with 18 interconnected ski areas. Find out what each area has to offer with our resort guides and trail maps.
Shiga Kogen School
Group ToursLooking to plan an overseas school tour to Shiga Kogen? Let us do the organisation for you with our team of experienced school travel specialists.
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