Niseko Village villas in Niseko, Japan

A three-hour drive from Sapporo airport, Niskeo Village is a glamorous yet serene hamlet surrounded by farmlands, flower fields, and forests of birch trees, with fantastic views of Mount Yotei looming in the distance. Our Niseko Village chalets offer guests a relaxed, back-to-nature setting, just minutes from all the action of the four interconnected ski resorts (Niseko Village, Hirafu, Hanazono, and Annupuri) that make up Niseko United. Known as the powder capital of Japan, Niseko receives a fresh blanket of snow nearly every day of the ski season (December to April) luring winter sports aficionados from around the world.

Our chalets in Niseko Village are less than four kilometres away from Niseko Village Ski Resort, and all elite havens here include a complimentary on-call driver for the short trip to and from the gondolas of both Niseko Village and neighbouring Hirafu Village (winter only).

Though each Elite Havens' chalet has a well-equipped kitchen for your use, you may prefer to order delicious meals or provisions for cooking via Niseko Gourmet. They also offer private dining experiences and can set up a magical meal within your villa, with a professional chef crafting a delectable meal, just for you.

Niskeo Village and neighbouring Soga area are home to several restaurants, including Niseko Loft Club, a fun Mongolian barbecue-style experience, and Mandriano, a pizza restaurant adjoining the cheese factory of Takahashi Dairy Farm, which also sells a variety of fresh farm produce and homemade treats. The atmospheric Crab Shack has a great selection of fresh local seafood, and Michelin-starred Japanese eatery, Raukuichi Soba is always busy. Those in search of exciting nightlife will enjoy the buzz of nearby Hirafu Village, which has steadily risen to become a trendy, world-class tourism centre. You can sing your heart out at a traditional karaoke bar, or head to quirky Bar Gyu for live jazz and rare Japanese whiskeys.

Although the ski season stretches well into late spring, the forests of Niseko Village are the gateway to spectacular backcountry, offering plenty of outdoor activities all year-round. Bask in the sunshine and enjoy glorious views as you play a round of golf at award-winning Niseko Village Golf Course, soak in one of the many onsen (thermal hot springs) that the region is famous for, or treat the kids to tree-top adventures and horse riding at Pure in Niseko Village. Adrenalin junkies can climb breathtaking Mount Yotei, cycle down volcanic slopes or experience the thrill of white water rafting on the Shiribetsu river. One thing is for sure, no matter what the season, you will never run short of things to do in Niseko.


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Birchwood Chalet

Birchwood Chalet

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Staying in a brand new holiday home is always a pleasure and we were lucky enough to be amongst Birchwood’s first few visitors. The minimalist design and décor made it feel extra crisp and fresh, and we liked the fact that there was nothing to distract from the gorgeous views of the wintery forest, which looked like something out of a fairy tale – especially when the snow was falling and we were warm and toasty inside. We travelled as a family with two fussy eaters, so the kitchen was a real plus, not to mention a genuine pleasure to cook in, with all the sparkling new appliances. Getting groceries delivered via Niseko Gourmet was another drawcard – who wants to bother with supermarkets on holiday? Or household chores for that matter, and we were thrilled to have a daily housekeeper.

We dropped our five-year old at the Niseko Village Kids Snow School on our way to the slopes each morning. The only problem was getting her to leave – she loved it, and went from being a novice to quite a confident skier in a week. We never had to wait long for the courtesy driver and it was literally only a couple of minutes’ drive down the road to the ski lift.

We live in the city, so it was a real novelty to stay somewhere so peaceful and quiet, and after a day on the mountains, we loved being able to chill out at home and put our feet up. Having WiFi meant the kids could play on their iPads so there were no complaints. We did make it into Hirafu Village for a couple of meals and enjoyed the fun, lively atmosphere, and had a good laugh at a karaoke bar, but we were always happy to get back home to our serene chalet in the birch grove. We are curious to see what Soga looks like when the snow melts, and would happily return to Birchwood for a summer stay so we can really explore the area.
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