Niseko, Aspen of Asia

Strictly speaking, Niseko itself is a quiet town nestled in the folds of the valley, hidden from the slopes that are the focus of all the excitement. It has given its name though to the area, incorporating the bustling hub of Hirafu, where much of the accommodation, dining and other resources are focused, as well as the resort areas of Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Annupuri and Niseko Village.

Niseko Village - ski-in shops and restaurants just 5 minutes from SnowDog Village
Come home to Higashiyama

Secluded and wooded, the hamlet of Higashiyama is home to the resort of Niseko Village, where you’ll find JNW’s SnowDog Village and SnowDog Chalets with Raku Ichi Residences in nearby Annupuri. It’s a quieter spot, off the main road but the ski field’s lowest lifts lie just a short walk through the trees meaning ski-in access in the winter.

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Get your bearings

  Something to do, year round

Something to do, year round

Hokkaido’s great outdoors beckons, no matter the season

Snow time

Snow time

Metres of powder make Niseko one of the snowiest places anywhere

Dine in or dine out?

Dine in or dine out?

Niseko’s food scene has something for every budget and palate

Niseko properties

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SnowDog Village
Niseko

Find your next property investment or holiday home right here in the natural wonderland of Higashiyama.

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SnowDog Chalets
Niseko

Alpine-style chalets set in beautiful woodland with magical views of Mount Yotei.​

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Raku Ichi Residences
Niseko

A development inspired by the culinary craft of world-renowned soba master, Tatsuru Rai

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