In Niseko, Japan, ski on an active volcano with lots of powder. With its rich variety of terrain and beautiful winter woods, Niseko offers an unforgettable experience for all levels of skiers and snowboarders.
Perched on the top of the Hokkaido mountains, Niseko is the last winter destination to conquer the hearts of snow rabbits. With miles of ski slopes, traditional hotels overlooking the mountains, steaming hot springs and delicious local cuisine, we offer you essential addresses in a Japanese winter paradise that promises a very different ski holiday.
Japan, the country at sunrise. Japan’s four main islands, Honshu, Kyushu, Hokkaido and Shîkoku, and the thousands of smaller islands, form a large arch along the North Pacific Ocean. Tokyo is a historical and cultural platform that fascinates us with its blend of modernity and tradition. Hakone and its enchanting Mount Fuji, which overlooks the surrounding provinces, make us dream of escaping to the heart of the land of the rising sun. In the city of Kyoto, the historic capital, reign traditions and tranquility. Let yourself be seduced by its magnificent temples, its bewitching landscapes and its most welcoming traditional population. Find these few must-see destinations in Japan in our top-of-the-range trips created to satisfy your travel needs
Niseko Ski Resort, is officially the #1 ski resort in Japan, located in Hokkaido, 2.5 hours drive from Chitose Airport. Composed of 4 interconnected ski resorts – Grand Hirafu, Hanazono, Niseko Village and An’nupuri – it is renowned for its regularity and powdery snow quality all winter long. With an average of about 15m+ of snow per season, Niseko is famous for its powder bowls and forest trails.
Located at the foot of Mount Niseko Annupuri in Japan, Green Leaf Niseko Village is located in the heart of Niseko Village, an internationally renowned powder mecca and a summer destination for various outdoor activities. Inspired by the fusion of world-class design, local art and breathtaking scenery, the 200-room Niseko Hotel offers ski in ski out access in winter and a convenient base for exploring the great outdoors in summer, a quiet spa and natural onsen facilities and a wide variety of bars and restaurants featuring local seafood and Hokkaido products.
Dine at Sisam, the Japanese restaurant of the Hilton Hotel. Enjoy local and seasonal products, skilfully prepared by the chef to enhance its freshness and unique flavours. The decoration is modern and refined.