Niseko United

  • Rentals
  • School
  • Multilingual
  • Kids' Park
  • Beginners'
  • Family
  • Expert Slope
  • Ski
  • Snowboard
  • Paid
    Shuttle Bus
  • Changing
  • Snow Fun
  • Gondola
  • Night Skiing
  • Terrain Park
  • Babysitting
  • Cashless

Niseko United (all Niseko mountains) consists of the following four individual ski resorts: Annupuri, Niseko Village, Grand Hirafu, and Hanazono.
Photos provided by Niseko Tourism

Address Niseko/Kutchan, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido
Parking Niseko Annupuri: 800 parking spaces
Niseko Village: 1,650 parking spaces
Niseko Grand Hirafu: 930 parking spaces
Niseko Hanazono Resort: 200 parking spaces

Niseko United
Recommended Transportation

By car from Jozankei Onsen

Jozankei Onsen is the most convenient place to stay!
If you stay at this Sapporo hot spring town, Niseko is just 1 hour and 20 minutes away. This spot is close to destinations such as Sapporo Kokusai Ski Resort and Rusutsu Resort, making it the perfect place for skiing and sightseeing in Sapporo!

Area sightseeing + skiing
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  • Jozankei Onsen About 1 hours 20 min.
  • Niseko United

By bus from Jozankei Onsen

Easy, enjoy ski resorts
Bus from Jozankei Gorge to Niseko (reservations required)
From Jozankei Hotel Milione to Niseko ski resorts

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  • Jozankei Onsen About 2 hours
  • Niseko United

By bus from downtown Sapporo

Easy, enjoy city sightseeing

  • Sapporo About 3 hours
  • Niseko United

Niseko United
Recommended Area Spots

Jozankei Onsen

Located about 1 hour (26 km) from downtown Sapporo by car, Jozankei Onsen is situated in Shikotsu-Toya National Park. Surrounded by mountains, this valley hot spring area welcomes nearly 2.4 million visitors a year. There is plenty to do nearby including cafes, activities, and saunas. Jozankei Gorge, nestled amongst lush natural surroundings, offers different, inspiring scenery each season.

Scenic Snow Tent Sauna

Warm up in a tent sauna while enjoying the winter scenery, then jump into the fluffy snow to cool down. Come here for a luxurious relaxing time.
This tent sauna with a scenic winter view offers the chance to try snow diving. The difference in temperature between the inside of the tent and the outdoors is incredibly refreshing!


Open for about a week from late January to early February each year
Found at Jozankei Shrine in a valley packed with deep snow, Yukitouro is a dreamlike snow art festival that is only held when the air is incredibly clear and bitingly cold during the winter. After passing through the snow candle area, you’ll find the Forest of Prayer, a mysterious spot that melds light and video for a truly unforgettable experience.

Mt. Yotei

Mt. Yotei is counted amount Japan’s 100 most famous mountains. Its nearly perfectly conical shape practically symbolizes the Niseko area.

Niseko Distillery

The Niseko Distillery is part of the Hakkaisan group, which mainly brews Hakkaisan Sake in Minamiuonuma, Niigata. Using local natural features, the brewery aims to develop along with the community, brewing refined, delicate, uniquely Japanese whiskey. To this end, they use ingredients such as top-quality Niseko Annupuri subsurface water and barley malt to produce malt whiskey.