A Relaxing Experience
Midtown Niseko is a wallet friendly hotel with a mix of Twin and Triple rooms. It offers an onsite restaurant (with breakfast buffet packages), gym, reception desk, onsite parking also easy access to Hirafu and Hanazono resorts.
We keep it beautifully simple with just 2 room options designed to suit everyone from a couple of friends to a family, all keeping comfort and minimalism in mind for a relaxing stay. Life’s already full of complications, why should choosing a room be one of them?
Niseko Mt. Resort Grand Hirafu is a ski resort located in the Hirafu area of Kutchan, Abuta District, Hokkaidō, Hokkaidō, Japan. It is a vast snow resort stretching from Niseko Annupuri’s summit to its base, and it is famous for its fine-quality powder snow. Wikipedia
HANAZONO Niseko is a part of the world-famous ski resort Niseko United. Hanazono Niseko is located in the southwest corner of Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido. Hanazono Resort lies 1000 metres below the spectacular peak of Mt. Niseko-Annupuri, offering you one vertical kilometer of stunning powder snow in the winter, and an unprecedented variety of activities during the rest of the year including golfing, water sports, cycling, hiking, and now popular tree trekking and ziplining, the largest zipline in Asia.”
Though better known as a ski destination, Niseko has plenty to offer adventurous travellers to Japan all year round.
The incredibly fertile soils in and around Niseko produce some of the most delicious fruit and vegetables.
There are very few places in the world where you can top up your water bottle with water coming straight from the ground. Niseko is surrounded by natural springs that produce some of the cleanest water on the planet.
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From the airport, there are plenty of options to get to Niseko, but the train from the airport to Niseko is a great option. It runs along the coast to Otaru before heading up through the hills and mountains toward Niseko. There is something really special about watching a snowy coastline disappear into the ocean, and meandering through the green forest on a train.
Niseko Hirafu 4-jo 1-3-3, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan 044-0087
GPS: 42.863774853680006, 140.71946336869303