- Niseko is located on the North Island of Hokkaido and comprises four resorts on the one mountain, Niseko Annupuri
- Arguably the most well known resort in Japan, Niseko is renowned for some of the driest, lightest powder in the world (averaging 15m a season)
- It has some of the best après and dining options in Japan and offers plenty of luxury chalets as well as good value lodges and hotels
Niseko AccommodationNiseko offers a vast variety of accommodation options from lodges to hotels and luxury apartments. Check out some of our top recommendations here.
Ski PackagesNiseko is located on the North Island of Hokkaido and is comprised of four resorts on the one mountain, Niseko Annupuri. Niseko is arguably the most well known ski resort in Japan and is renowned for some of the driest, lightest powder in the world, averaging over 15 metres each season. We offer a wide variety of packages throughout Niseko, with accommodation from hotels to luxury chalets. Check out some of our best priced package options below, or complete an enquiry form and we can create a custom package for you.
day toursHere are some recommendations for things to do if you have the time to explore during some time away from the mountains.
Niseko DiningNiseko is a foodie’s paradise since attracting many international snow seekers and today has the most number of bars and restaurants of any other resort in Japan. Here are some of our top tasty recommendations.
How to get to
NisekoNiseko is located on the North Island of Hokkaido and you have a few different options for getting there. Check out which option is best for you.
Niseko Trail MapsThere are 5 resorts you can explore from Niseko. Find out what each of these areas have to offer with our resort guides and trail maps.
Featured Niseko Articles
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Mountainwatch Travel’s Guide to Myoko Kogen
There are so many Japanese resorts to choose from and Myoko Kogen has got to be one of our favourites. Joe Stanco, owner and operator of Joey’s Myoko, has been living in Myoko for a few winters now. As well as owning his rental [...]
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