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Save 15% off your booking at Shiki Niseko Ends September 30

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Shiki Niseko offers brand new luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of the upper Hirafu village. Incorporating contemporary Japanese aesthetics, premium furnishings and fittings, and a Michelin star gourmet restaurant.
from AUD $2766
from USD $2132
from JPY ¥232338

Niseko ski resort in Hokkaido is the largest and most well-known resort in Japan for international skiers and boarders. It is suitable for all abilities and there is a huge selection of groomed terrain that is perfect for families, beginners and intermediates. Niseko has both great on and off-piste skiing however Niseko is renowned for its impressive off-piste, slackcountry and backcountry selections all of which are permitted. It is also renowned for having some of the deepest champagne powder in the world as flurries of fresh snow constantly dump on the resort. Niseko is made up of four connected areas: An’nupuri, Niseko Village, Hirafu and Hanazono.

The Niseko ski resort has four ski areas, which are connected by lifts. Niseko is best overall for intermediate skiers or snowboarders. There are long groomed runs at all four areas. The An’nupuri area offers some great groomed runs for beginners and intermediates and access to the backcountry.

The Niseko Village ski area is predominantly a beginner and intermediate area with a few decent advanced piste courses. Hirafu has a fairly even spread of runs and is a good place for everyone. Hirafu is popular with families and beginners, especially for those staying at accommodation alongside this trail. Hirafu also has the most runs for intermediates. Hanazono has a 3 terrain parks with a variety of jumps and obstacles to suit all abilities. It is the best spot for good for tree skiing and backcountry access. Hanazono also has the best first-timer and children’s areas with magic carpets.

If you are a worried about travelling to a place where English is not the first language, then Niseko is the ideal place to go. Niseko caters fantastically to international tourists and is a really good taster of Japan. The staff at most restaurants usually speaks English and signage around the resort and village is normally in both English and Japanese. Most restaurants also have English menus.

Niseko also has a great village atmosphere, a huge range of other winter activities, and Niseko by far has the best nightlife and selection of restaurants of all the ski resorts in Hokkaido. Hirafu is the best spot to go for a feed and to experience the incredible nightlife that Niseko has to offer. If you prefer peace and quiet it is best to dine in An’nupuri, Niseko Village or Hanazono.

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