Welcome to the powder capital of the world!

Set against the backdrop of Mt Yotei, Niseko is know for its rolling countryside and beautiful ski slopes. In winter, the champagne powder snow and pristine ski slopes attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the world, and in summer visitors are drawn by the wide open countryside, farm-fresh produce and summer sporting activities.
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Ski Lifts
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Ski Runs
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Restaurants
210
Chalets
Sara O'Shea

Meet Sara, your Niseko chalet specialist

Sara grew up in Japan as a girl and knows Niseko inside out.

Tell Sara what you want and she’ll find the perfect chalet for you, confirm your reservation with the property manager and send you an invoice which you can pay online.

We are here to help you research and book your entire ski holiday. We’ll find the perfect chalet, at the best price and our service is free of charge.

HELP ME FIND MY CHALET

Thank you for your extraordinary service for our holiday, very much appreciated, both places we stayed were beautiful (although different) and their staff just could not do enough for us.

Robin Pope

Simon and I would like to extend our warmest thanks to Sara. She organised the most amazing holiday for our whole family and changed the way we think about our holidays.

Jody La Roche

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