Niseko, Japan

Niseko

Japan's four-season destination

Set against the backdrop of Mt. Yotei - an active volcano which is so similar to Mt. Fuji it is known as Ezo Fuji - the Niseko region is a feast for the eyes. In winter, the champagne powder snow and pristine ski slopes attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the world, and in summer visitors are drawn by the wide open countryside, farm-fresh produce and summer sporting activities.

About Niseko

About Niseko

It is little wonder Niseko is attracting ever-increasing numbers of visitors to its rolling countryside and beautiful ski slopes.

History

History

The first pioneers arrived in Kutchan from Honshu in 1891. While it may seem that Kutchan’s beginnings can be traced back to that year, there is actually a long history of people inhabiting the area.

Niseko in Summer

Niseko in Summer

Whether looking for action and adventure or the opportunity to quietly explore this beautiful Japanese region, a wide range of activities is available.

Niseko in Winter

Niseko in Winter

Frequently referred to as a ‘winter wonderland’, Niseko’s unique location makes it a “must-see, must-ski” hotspot for winter sports enthusiasts.