3 Things to Book Before You Arrive in Niseko

Get the most of your Niseko holiday, and don't miss out, by pre-booking these before you arrive.

Make for a stress-free ski holiday by pre-booking these three essentials before you arrive in Niseko's snowy, winter wonderland.

It's then only happy holidays ahead!

#1 Private Transfers

Forget carting your luggage to and from the airport via buses or trains when you can sit back, relax and really enjoy the journey and Hokkaido's winter scenery on a private transfer. Think door-to-door service with pickup and drop off at your hotel or chalet. Plus, there's room for you, your family and friends and all of your ski gear.

Spaces on these services fill up fast, especially over peak periods so be sure to book before you arrive into Japan.

There's a number of providers in the Niseko area. For an affordable and efficient service, check out SkyExpress (bookings online and via phone).

Sky Express Hi Ace On Road Summer Close Up Yasuyuki Shimanuki

#2 Private Ski Lessons

Nothing beats getting one-on-one attention when you're learning something new. Private ski or snowboard lessons are super popular for this reason and availability for these lessons fills up fast.

Be sure you get your own private lessons by pre-booking them before you arrive in Niseko.

Check out GoSnow for their range of private lessons, kids lessons, tours and more (bookings online and via phone).

#3 The Best Restaurants

Get the opportunity to eat at some of the top restaurants in Niseko by pre-booking your table before you arrive. Over peak dates in winter, tables fill up fast. Popular restaurants like A Bu Cha 2, Kamimura, Sessa and An Dining are just some of the hot spots you should pre-book.

Browse our Restaurants Guide to see what tickles your taste buds.

Sekka Lab Pork

Succulent Hokkaido pork at Sekka Lab.