About The Resort
Niseko, located on the western coast of the island of Hokkaido, is widely known as having one of the most consistent and biggest snowfalls in Japan. The ski resort is quickly becoming world renown boasting some of the best and most reliable powder conditions to be found. Niseko is the largest of Hokkaido ski areas with 4 interlinked first-class resorts, Annupuri, Hirafu, Hanazono and Higashiyama. These 4 adjoining resorts make up Niseko and offer spectacular skiing and snowboarding opportunities to the novice, intermediate or expert, and offer the powder hound with unparalleled, pristine powder experiences 7 days a week. Niseko has one of the largest night skiing areas in Japan with the lifts open daily from 8.30am to 9.00pm.
GATEWAY CITY: New Chitose DISTANCE: 3 hours ELEVATION: 853'-3937'
# OF LIFTS: 38 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 30 LONGEST RUN: 3.5 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 30% INTERMEDIATE: 40% ADVANCE: 30% EXPERT: 0%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 3084'
4 Star Hilton Niseko Village
Offering renowned high-quality service, this hotel features onsen hot springs, picturesque landscapes, and high-quality dining options. Rooms at the Hilton come equipped with an LCD flat-screen TV, free WiFi, and large twin singles or king-sized beds. A fireplace lounge bar and cafe are also available for guests to wind down.
4 Star Green Leaf Niseko Village
Featuring ski-in/ski-out access, this hotel is located at the foot of the slopes and includes a natural hot spring, with both indoor and outdoor onsens. Rooms each include a flat-screen TV, mini-bar, and iPod dock, and are beautifully furnished with environmentally friendly materials. The on-site restaurant also features wonderful mountain views and serves both international and Japanese dishes.