Niseko is a fast growing and internationally recognized ski resort. Famously known for the so-called “Japow" - Niseko Powder.
Located in the southwest of Hokkaido – surrounded by the beautiful mountain range and Yotei-san, the “Mt Fuji of Hokkaido.” It is many people's favorite pick because of the great food, lively bars, and great slopes!
Kiroro has gotten more recognition in the last few years thanks to the new modern resort management. It offers a great number of lifts and located conveniently below Otaru. It’s uncrowded slopes and amazing snow makes this a popular new ski-spot for many!
Famously known as the host for winter Olympics 1998. In recent years Hakuba has seen an increase in tourists that and that has sparked a new great wave of great luxury accommodation options and services, it is also home to 11 resorts with the highest peak exceeding 4000m
Rusutsu is one of the most popular resorts on the northen island, this is thanks to it's vast terrain and many lift ptions for all type of level skiers and snowboarders. If you have not been, this is a must!
“The capital of Hokkaido”
(the fifth largest city in Japan). In 1972, Winter Olympics took place in Sapporo, the very first ever held in Asia. In the wintertime, it offers great activities such as the “Snow Festival
(Yuki Matsuri).” The city offers a great number of trendy bars, restaurants, shopping malls – making it an ideal day trip for many tourists.
Located in the most southern point of Hokkaido making it the closest city to the main island, Honshu – offering some of the best seafood there is in Hokkaido, and not to mention its spectacular night view from the summit that overlooks the city, ranking the view one of the best in Japan.