Niseko Things To Do



    Things To Do

    Frequently referred to as a ‘winter wonderland’, Niseko’s unique location makes it a Mecca for winter sports enthusiasts. With sub-arctic winds blowing in from Siberia and blanketing the resort in deep, dry powder snow, as a winter holiday destination, Niseko is attracting more and more visitors every year. Snow covers the ground for approximately 130 days and the average seasonal snowfall is in excess of 10m. In fact, the area boasts one of the highest snowfalls in Hokkaido.

    Visitors to Niseko will not be disappointed by the winter snow conditions nor can they fail to be impressed with the ever-increasing amount of winter activities. Although skiing and snowboarding are the most popular choices, visitors can immerse themselves in Japanese culture by trying one of the popular local hot springs or take a horse ride through the picturesque wintry countryside. For the more adventurous among you, we recommend cat-skiing, snowmobiling or snow rafting.

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