Asia’s premier ski resort destination
The name “Niseko” is rapidly becoming synonymous with luxury accommodation, exquisite cuisine, and of course champagne powder snow, attracting winter sports enthusiasts from around the globe. The Niseko area averages a stunning 18 metres of snowfall annually, making it a winter wonderland for visitors of all ages. The combination of endless powder, unique riding opportunities, and stunning scenery sets Niseko apart as arguably the best ski resort in Japan.
Skiing & Snowboarding Paradise
Just minutes from Panorama Niseko are the four ski resorts that makeup Niseko United: Grand Hirafu, Hanazono, Niseko Village, Annupuri. Skiers and snowboarders will be delighted to find 2,191 acres of skiable terrain, 48 kilometres of groomed slopes, 11 gates to the backcountry, 70 runs, 29 lifts & gondolas, plus 30 square kilometres of non-officially marked backcountry just ready for discovery.
So Much More
Niseko visitors can experience a great deal more beyond skiing and snowboarding, with a wide variety of other exhilarating activities such as snowmobiling, snowshoeing, snow rafting or reindeer sledding, to name just a few. Niseko is also home to exceptional restaurants and bars, which take advantage of Hokkaido’s abundant produce and seafood. The Niseko area is also famous for its natural onsen hot springs with scenery to please the eye and soothe the body and mind.