Located in Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, Niseko is a world class ski resort and bucket list destination for any skier or snowboarder.
So Much Powder
Winter storms make their way from Siberia and pick up moisture crossing the Sea of Japan, dropping a mind blowing average 600 plus inches of light, dry powder snow in the Niseko region every year.
Four Mountains and Incredible Terrain
Set against the backdrop of the active volcano Mt. Yotei, this world class ski area comprises of four interlinked resorts – Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri. Together these four resorts make up Niseko United. With 2,191skiable acres and 38 ski lifts, Niseko United can accommodate skiers and snowboarders of any ability level, from beginner to expert. With wide open groomed runs, gladed tree runs, night skiing and riding, and of course world renowned sidecountry and backcountry terrain, Niseko is truly an unforgettable experience for any skier or snowboarder.
Experienced Mountain Guides
Our hand picked English speaking professional mountain guides are here to show you a truly memorable Japan powder experience. Whether it’s conquering Japan’s deep powder snow or exploring Niseko’s sidecountry, our experienced world class guides are here to help you safely and confidently tick those boxes.
Stress Free Travel
Located just 68 miles from Sapporo’s New Chitose International Airport, Niseko is accessible with direct flights via Tokyo from most major cities in the US and Canada. Direct flights to Sapporo are also available from Hawaii. JAPOW Vacations can assist you with your travel arrangements to make your Niseko experience seamless and stress free.
JAPOW Vacations has a wide variety of luxury lodging options in Niseko for group tours and custom travel in this truly world class ski resort. From luxury ski-in ski-out hotels, chalets, modern condos and apartments, to traditional Japanese style accommodation, we have a property to fit your needs.
Amazing Japanese Cuisine
Ranging from casual eateries to Michelin-starred fine dining, Niseko serves up everything from traditional Japanese favorites, contemporary Japanese fusion, western style cuisine and of course amazing fresh sushi and sashimi. Don’t forget the locally produced premium Japanese beer, sake and Single Malt Yoichi Whisky. Let JAPOW Vacations introduce you to some of our favorite local restaurants, cafes and late night bars. You’re going to love the food just as much as the powder.
The Niseko area is not only famous for its powder snow but also for its onsens, the natural Japanese hot springs that are specially designed to please the eye and soothe the mind. They contain natural mineral water which is both healing and relaxing.
While Niseko serves as a powder mecca for skiers and snowboarders from around the world, the friendliness of the local people and warm hospitality remains true to Niseko’s traditional Japanese roots. You will find Niseko to be a safe and friendly destination where traditional Japanese hospitality prevails.