Niseko (Niseko-cho and Kutchan-cho, Hokkaido)
This is a fascinating resort area for tourists, featuring superb powder snow and beautiful scenery.
- (Mar. - May)
- (Jun. - Aug.)
- (Sept. - Nov.)
- (Dec. - Feb.)
- : Culture
- : Gourmet
- : Relaxation
- : Shopping
- : Scenery
- : Convenience
- Ski Resort
Niseko Annupuri is a mountain ski resort area featuring newly constructed ski slopes and superior powder snow. There are three ski resorts located here, and with three other newly-opened facilities located nearby in the same mountain range, there are a total of six ski resorts available, forming a grand ski resort area with excellent facilities and matchless powder snow.
- Mt. Yotei
This mountain is also known as Ezofuji, because it has a beautiful shape similar to that of Mt. Fuji, and it has become the symbol of the local region. This independent peak, 1,898m above sea level, can be seen from the ski slopes.
- The ancient name for Hokkaido
Niseko has long been known as one of the prominent hot springs districts in Japan. There are many hot springs source wells spread around the Niseko Annupuri area, and the diverse, high quality of the hot springs has made the area very popular.
- By air:
- Haneda Airport - Shin Chitose Airport; 1 hour 30 minutes
- By train:
- Shin Chitose Airport Station - Niseko Station; 3 hours
- Kutchan-cho Tourism Association
- Niseko Resort Tourism Association