Niseko: Asia’s Inimitable Ski Resort Town
Niseko is a town that sits amid magnificent mountains on Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido. Home to world-renowned skiing in the winter, and lush vistas packed with thrilling outdoor activities in the summer, international visitors and locals alike flock to Niseko year-round to experience the vibrant nightlife, luscious food, and outdoor adventures that have no equal.
Winter is unrivalled in Niseko. With four luxurious ski resorts and a climate that boasts temperate weather and over 15 meters of light, dry, and consistent powder snow each season, it’s no wonder people from all over the world journey here. Niseko also offers outstanding backcountry skiing tours, heli-skiing, cat-skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
Luxury Ski Properties for Sale
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Live within the most exclusive and desirable community: Aman Residences, Niseko. Aman Niseko is the only development on Mt. Moiwa and encompasses the country’s first destination wellness retreat and 31 exclusive Aman branded Residences, all set within a Quasi-National Park with unparalleled views of Mt. Yotei.
The Pavilions Niseko is the only high-end all-seasons residential resort in Hirafu, offering owners the unique ability to design a luxury Niseko villa, in Japan’s premier winter destination
Featuring only 12 residences, Yamakei Niseko offers guests uncompromised comfort and privacy in an exclusive sanctuary.
Koa Niseko is an exclusive collection of twenty fully-furnished homes designed for families.
Hanaridge is a 12 plot luxury enclave with easy access to the planned extension to the Shinkansen (bullet train) line.
Foxwood is the first master-planned estate in Higashiyama, offering seven proposed contemporary homes.
Activities and Lifestyle
After a day of skiing and soaking, a trip to explore the shopping, dining, and nightlife in Niseko is a must. From the Michelin-starred French restaurant Kamimura to local gems featuring the freshest seafood, there is something for everyone when it comes to dining. After dinner, you can slip into local institution Bar Gyu+ for a nightcap, head over to The Powder Room for a more vibrant scene, or explore one of the many other nightlife options to find a scene perfect for you.
Accommodations in Niseko are as luxurious and discerning as the surroundings and activities would suggest. There are dreamy penthouses with captivating views of Mt. Yotei and luxurious ski chalets equipped with the most cutting-edge amenities to enhance your stay. In recent years, world-renowned resorts have opened, providing a vibrant hospitality scene.
While remaining a popular tourist destination, true connoisseurs have realized how valuable real estate in Niseko has become. First discovered during the 1972 Winter Olympics in Hokkaido, Niseko has become beloved for more than just its stable powder conditions. Niseko and its residents have built a town whose popularity is meant to endure for generations to come.