Snow Action and Japanese Culture
Alongside the best snow conditions in the world, experience traditional Japanese culture only in Niseko.
With some of the world's driest and lightest powder in winter, Niseko has gained a strong reputation as one of the best places to ski in the world. The snow powder conditions attracts many enthusiasts year after year while the picturesque scenery continues to amaze even the locals.
Alongside pristine powder snow, immerse yourself in traditional Japanese culture, including fresh seafood, taiko drumming, festivals and more! Watch the video below for a peek into Niseko during all seasons.
Credit: Niseko United
With a rich variety of terrain and beautiful winter woods, Niseko offers an unforgettable experience for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Participate in a tea ceremony, join a calligraphy session or simply dip into an onsen and relax from a long day on the slopes. After all the activities, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants around town.
And while Niseko is famous for its winter season, summer is equally as beautiful. Enjoy outdoor sports including mountain bike trails, whitewater rafting, zip line tours and hikes around Niseko. Cool down with a session of golf or with an ice cream in hand made from produce in the area.
Want to see more of Niseko in the summer? Watch here.