Niseko Ski Resort Holiday Packages

Kids Ski Free
Children 7 – 12 years ski free 01 MAR – Close.
Children 6 and under ski free all season.

Resort opens NOV 2017 – Close early May 2018

Ki Hotel, Niseko bookings open March 2017
Niseko Central Apartments, Bookings open 01 Mar 2017

Fly into Sapporo’s New Chitose airport and transfer to Niseko (2-3 hours drive by bus). Due to flight schedules we recommend staying overnight in the airport hotel and enjoying the scenic transfer the next morning to Niseko.

Of the four resort areas Hirafu is the most developed with a choice of Japanese or Western style pensions, hotels or modern apartments. The village also offers a variety of bars & restaurants. Most restaurants have English menus and English speaking staff, and are within walking distance of your accommodation and the lifts.

Plenty of alpine alternatives are here to be enjoyed cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snow rafting, ice climbing, snowshoeing and relaxing in the natural hot springs.

Niseko offers some great ski-in ski-out accommodation with a variety of western hotels and pensions catering to all budgets.

Mountain Terrain:

20% 40% 40%

Skiing Hours:
8am – 4.30pm

Summit Elevation:

Vertical Drop:

Average Max Snow Septh:

Snowboarder Friendly, 1 Halfpipe

Lift Information:
3 gondolas, 6 Quads,1 Triple,13 Doubles,14 Single

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 and boasts some of the best powder conditions to be found anywhere.

Niseko is the largest of Hokkaido ski areas with 3 interlinked first-class resorts, Annupuri, Hirafu and Higashiyama. These 3 adjoining resorts make up Niseko and offer spectacular skiing and snowboarding opportunities to the novice, intermediate or expert and offer the powder hound unparalleled, pristine powder experiences 7 days a week.

Niseko has one of the largest night skiing areas around with the lifts open daily from 8.30am to 9.00pm.