About Niseko, Japan
Niseko is one of the foremost powder skiing destinations in the world. Having gained cult status as a ski destination, Niseko has a growing reputation in the mainstream. The resort is split into three areas of slopes, with most of them offering extensive night skiing. Grand Hirafu is is the largest area, and the town of Hirafu at the bottom of the slopes has a variety of modern and ancient architecture. There are plenty of bars and restaurants offering fantastic Japanese food as well as burgers and other western ski resort staples.
55 km of ski area
1200 m Peak Altitude
2:10 hrs from Airport
260 m resort altitude
"Skiing in Japan is unlike anywhere else in the world; the snow is lighter, the apres ski entertainment comes in the form of onsens, and the tree skiing is unparalleled. As the largest and best known of the Japanese ski resorts, Niseko is quite simply the ultimate powder skiing destination." - Harry Granger
Niseko, Tsuru 1JPY 105,000,000
Five bedroom townhouse in the prestigious Izumikyo 1 district.
Niseko, Harmony HouseJPY 99,800,000
A chalet style property, with a distinctive prow front, large windows and a blend of traditional Japanese and Alpine inspired design.
Niseko, The Loft PenthouseJPY 165,000,000
A luxury penthouse in the heart of Hirafu, this is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment within walking distance of the lively bars, restaurants and shops in the centre of the resort.Town-Centre
Niseko, Haven 501 PenthouseJPY 340,000,000
A four bedroom penthouse in the lively town of Hirafu in Niseko, Haven 501 boasts spectacular panoramic views of Mt Yotei.Town-Centre
Niseko, The Kamui PenthouseJPY 270,000,000
Located in the peaceful Annapuri area of Niseko, this three or four bedroom apartment boasts a stunning modern design and spectacular views from each room.Spa & Wellness Facilities