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The Chalets at Country Resort

The Chalets at Country Resort is a community of holiday chalets set in a quiet forested valley just outside Hirafu Village with plenty of space for children to play and all the conveniences of modern living

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The Vale Niseko

Located right at the base of the Hirafu ski lift The Vale Niseko`s ski in ski out location makes it the perfect accommodation for accessing all of Niseko’s 2100 acres of sublime powder terrain

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Hotel Niseko Alpen

Niseko has a pretty long history, and one of the hotels that’s been around to see a good deal of it is the Niseko Alpen. This grand old establishment dates from 1965! That wouldn’t be long in terms of European ski

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Grandpapa Lodge

Most of the recently built accommodation in the Niseko area focuses on the luxury to mid-luxury market for inbound tourists. But before the current boom started Niseko was more of a sleepy ski town

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Mount Yotei

The most recognizable landmark and symbol of the Niseko area, Mt. Yotei is a perfectly formed, symmetrical stratovolcano that is also known as Ezo Fuji (Ezo being the old name for Hokkaido). It rises up 1,898 m

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Niseko Rafting at NOASC

While Niseko is most famous for wintertime ski and snowboarding, it is an all season resort with a variety of summertime activities, the most popular of which is river rafting. In fact, rafting is Niseko’s

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Rhythm Cycles

One of the advantages of Niseko’s rural setting are the many quiet roads in the area that make for great cycling, in fact the region has over 3000 kms of smooth tarmac. With well maintained roads

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Niseko Black

When we first moved to Niseko five or so years ago, after 15 years working in Tokyo and a total of 20 years in banking, the last thing on my mind was starting a business here

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Niseko Grand Hirafu

Niseko actually consists of three areas; Grand Hirafu, Annupuri and Hanazono, all linked together by lifts at the top of the mountain and shuttle buses at the bottom. The main entry point for most is Grand Hirafu