12 Best Things To Do In Niseko

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Resorts Niseko 12 Best Things to do in Niseko

You have come for world-class skiing and snowboarding, but there are many other things to do in Niseko. Find out the best ways to
relax and unwind below during your time away from the slopes.

  • Soak in Niseko Onsens

    One of the best experiences on offer in Japan, with Hokkaido being no exception. There is nothing quite like relaxing in a Niseko Onsen after a day on the slopes.

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  • Go Night Skiing

    Too tired to hit the slopes in the morning? That’s ok, take advantage Niseko night skiing with and get out there in the evening!

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  • family playing on snow doughnut in Niseko Hanazono

    Enjoy Family Activities

    For those looking for a fun day out for all the family, look no further than Hanazono Resort, which has been lavishly developed with all the services a family is looking for.

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  • skier in blizzard in niseko hirafu

    Ride Niseko Powder

    Skiing and snowboarding in Niseko’s powder snow is the main reason so many travel to the area. The beauty of Niseko is that it is never hard to find good snow.

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  • exterior view of the barn niseko restaurant

    Eat out at Niseko Restaurants

    Niseko is home to a wealth of restaurants; from Japanese cuisine to fantastic fusion options serving fresh Hokkaido produce that won’t leave you disappointed. 

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  • Rusutsu lake toya view

    Take a Day Trip to Rusutsu

    Rusutsu Ski Resort is located just a 40 minute drive from Niseko and is a must visit location for all powderhounds and those seeking immaculate groomed runs.

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  • view of hirafu village main street at night

    Discover Niseko Nightlife

    At night, Niseko really comes to life. Bustling bars, relaxed Izakayas and wood burning fireplaces all entice you out of the cold and make for a holiday to remember.

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  • immaculately groomed ski run at Niseko Hirafu ski resort

    Cruise the Groomers

    Niseko is famous for its powder snow, and that makes for exceptionally soft, easy groomers that offer satisfying turns and forgive most falls!

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  • samurai snow sculptures at sapporo snow festival

    Visit Sapporo Snow Festival

    Famous in Japan and around the world, the Sapporo Snow Festival is Hokkaido’s biggest event of the year and one of Japan’s most famous festivals.

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  • man snowmobiling at Hanazono resort

    Go on a Snowmobiling Tour

    In Niseko, snowmobile tours are for everyone from experienced riders to children and beginners. Get off the beaten track and explore Hokkaido’s rural beauty.

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  • Visit Otaru Snow Light Festival

    Held every year in February at the same time as Sapporo Snow Festival, Otaru Snow Light Path Festival is the perfect chance to combine skiing and culture.

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  • snowboarding on rails at Niseko Hanazono park

    Freestyle at Hanazono Park

    On sunny days, head to Hanazono terrain park for a change from riding Niseko’s deep powder. Intermediate and advanced freestyle riders can head to the main park.

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