World's Best Snow


Avg. Total Snowfall

Niseko snow is incredibly light, dry and – best of all – consistent. Around 45 feet of snow falls every winter fuelled by Siberian winds and a consistent temperature of around 18°F. It’s not uncommon to wake up to 5 feet of fresh snow mid-Winter.

The Resorts

4 Resorts - 1 Mountain



Niseko United is made up of four interconnected resorts which can all be accessed by a single lift pass. 30 lifts provide access to more than 70 trails and 9 backcountry gates.

If you’re a holder of the Ikon Pass or the Mountain Collective, you can access special offers including free lift passes and more.

The Culture

Unique Culture

Temples, Snow Festivals & Local Culture

Japan is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, and Hokkaido offers a unique blend of traditional and modern influences. Niseko, in particular, showcases Hokkaido’s distinctive culture through its festivals, local crafts, and traditional cuisine. Visitors to Niseko can enjoy these cultural experiences, exploring everything from local celebrations to serene hot springs, making it a perfect destination to discover the essence of both Japanese and Hokkaido culture.

The Food

Incredible Food

Sushi, Ramen, Soup-Curry, and More

Hokkaido is well known for having some of the best seafood in Japan, and Niseko is no exception. The area features a variety of top-tier restaurants that showcase unique Japanese dishes such as ramen, yakitori, and soup curry – a Hokkaido specialty. Beyond seafood, visitors can enjoy these diverse and exquisite dishes, making Niseko a true destination for lovers of Japanese cuisine.

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