Niseko is located on Japan’s northern Hokkaido island…
And is the largest and most popular Japanese ski resort, famous for the quality and quantity of fine powder snow, the tree skiing and the vibrant nightlife.
Made up of four interconnected areas – An’nupuri, Niseko Village, Hirafu and Hanazono – Niseko has plenty of terrain variety, including off-piste and backcountry. A great village vibe with plenty of activities is complemented by a plethora of bars and the greatest choice of restaurants of all Japan’s ski resorts.
Backcountry ski adventures
Escape the crowds and discover the real heartbeat of Niseko
These are just a taste of some of the local adventures we have arranged around NisekoTake Me To Niseko
Reaching the top of the mountain in Niseko is like stepping through the doors to Narnia; greeted by fresh mountain air and beautiful snow-covered trees, there’s true magic to this place.
Whether you’re carving your way down beautifully pisted runs, winding through the snow-covered trees in Strawberry Fields or making fresh tracks in the backcountry – Niseko’s real ‘piece de resistance’ for advanced snow enthusiasts – it’s hard not to be utterly enchanted by this winter wonderland.
Know Before You Go
Mabey Ski has the insider knowledge you need for your Niseko adventure
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Where we sleep
A luxurious Ritz Carlton experience with breathtaking mountain views and high-end dining