Niseko, Japan

 

Adventures

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Snowboarding & Skiing

Niseko is known for having some of the best powder around. Great tree runs, off-piste, and beginner tracks are available to satisfy all skill levels. With an all-mountain pass and access to four mountain resorts it's easy to spend an entire day on the slopes. For those who need a little more, after sun-down the mountain is illuminated for night skiing & boarding.

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Chalets

Book one of Niseko's warm and inviting mountain chalets, just a short walk from the lifts.

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Niseko Ramen

Niseko's popular signature style of potato ramen goes perfect with the winter atmosphere. Arrive early because there's a line out the door almost every night and it is most definitely worth the wait.

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Onsens

After a few long days on the mountain a trip to an onsen (hot spring) is a very popular choice to soothe the muscles.

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Ski & Snowboard Instruction

If you're a first timer to skiing or snowboarding, or just want to brush up or advance your skills, a full or half-day session with a professional instructor will be just the thing to increase your confidence on the slopes.

What You Need to Know

Your Questions, Answered

Passports

Passports should have 2 blank pages available and must be valid for 6 months beyond your final date of travel.

Visas Requirements

No visa is required for U.S. passport holders visiting for less than 30 days. Non-U.S. passport holders should research requirements for the country that issued their passport.

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