Niseko Town is Asia’s leading four-season resort, famous for having the best powder snow in winter, and in summer it is a relaxing and enjoyable outdoor lifestyle that many people travel. Destination. This area is also famous for its excellent agricultural products and the cleanest rivers in Japan. Every year, more and more nature lovers are attracted by Niseko because they like the leisurely pace of life, the clean living environment, the not-too-hot summer and the non-stop powder snow throughout the winter.
Niseko, about 100 kilometers from Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, is a famous ski resort in Japan. The snowfall in Niseko in winter can reach 15 meters. Due to the mutual influence of the monsoon winds between Siberia and the Sea of Japan, the snow here is very light and dry, making it a powder snow paradise for skiers.
These are mainly composed of four resorts, namely Niseko Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri Ski Resort, also collectively referred to as “Niseko United Resort”, the four ski resorts are connected through the top of Mount Annupuri (1,308 meters). Passengers can use the cable car or bus to travel to and from the ski resorts. Hirafu is the busiest area among the four ferry villages. Most restaurants and accommodation are concentrated here, and many bars are open until early in the evening. Even after skiing, travelers can continue to enjoy other different activities here.
Not only can you relax in summer, you can also enjoy delicious food, mild weather and a leisurely outdoor lifestyle. The Shiribetsu River that flows through Niseko is considered one of the cleanest rivers in Japan.
There are many hiking and hiking trails at various locations in Niseko to meet the needs of various tourists. One of the most popular hiking trails is the five-color hot spring trail in Annupuri Mountain. Those who climb the summit will be rewarded with magnificent views over the Niseko area and Mount Yotei from the top of Annupuri.