This winter you can visit the 2 famous spots easily through Jan 15th, 2019
Supported by Hokkaido Tourism Organization, a special bus service will be available everyday from Dec 22nd, 2018 through Jan 15th, 2019 between Kutchan <=> Niseko <=> Lake Toya!
Please call:0136-22-1558 between 8:00~18:00 to reserve. Reservation by 18:00 a day before is required. First comes, first served basis. You will paid the fare in cash when you get off.
Please review English flyer HERE for more detailed info.
You can access all of your favorite onsens & restaurants easily!
The Niseko Area Circuit Bus will run from JR Niseko Station, to the hotels and ski areas as well as onsens and restaurants.
Period of Operation: Dec 20, 2018 (Thu) ~ Mar. 5 2019 (Tue)
From JR Niseko Station: 1)10:10 Dep. 2) 13:10 Dep. 3) 17:30 Dep. 4) 18:45 Dep. 5) 21:30 Dep.
Fee: Adults ¥500； Children (Elementary and younger) ¥250
Route: JR Niseko Station -> Hilton Hotel -> Annupuri -> Goshiki Onsen -> Moiwa -> JR Niseko Station
For more information, download the English Pamphlets.
Niseko Resort Tourism Association (JR Niseko Station Office)
Email: [email protected]
For the 2018-19 Niseko Guest Survey, Niseko United & VISA are partnering up and offering our guests even better prizes EVERY MONTH in the hope of collecting more feedback for all of our members!
We will announce the 2 lucky winners who can win a 5 day Niseko United All Mountain Liftpass or ¥30,000 cash voucher from VISA to use in Niseko. The announcement will be on the 13th of every month, starting January through April, 2019. Please share this survey with your guests and help us gather better info to share with you.
Feel free to download the banner HERE and link to this. You can download the QR code HERE, too if needed. If you need any other format, please let us know.
The data collected last season was incorporated in the NPB Members-only Annual Report, the only Niseko-area-wide report! HELP US, HELP YOU.
Any questions, please contact Niseko Tourism team: 0136-21-2551 or [email protected]
In recent years, foreign tourists have been increasing rapidly in the Kutchan, Niseko area; hence, more foreign patients are in need of medical support.
When foreign tourists got insured and needed to visit the hospitals, they are often confused by the different medical procedure in Japan.
Therefore, we created this brochure in five different languages: Japanese, English, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified) and Korean to provide foreign visitors with some guidance about medial facilities in Japan. They are available below:
② Chinese Traditional
③ Simlified Chinese
And for insurance policy, please see the Insurance Flyer PDF .
Any inquiries for the medical guide, please contact the Live Environmental Planning Inc.
EMAIL: [email protected] TEL：011-213-1955
For insurance, please contact the Tokyo Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co,. Ltd Sapporo Branch TEL：011-271-7342
"Guru Guru Niseko San" is an information magazine which introduces items and services with illustrations. The magazine’s editor and illustrator value the idea of being actually there to “experience” the products of the facilities they intend to feature in the publication. After many visits and interviews with the people involved with the products in Niseko, the illustrator portrays her fresh experiences through the perspective of a customer’s eyes and introduces each facility with her elaborate illustrations based on the concept of "eat", "play" and "relax".
First published in 2004, the magazine celebrates its 15th anniversary this year! A guidebook that introduces so many facilities with illustration is very rare even across the country.
Guru Guru Niseko San includes:
- introduction pages with illustrations for all the featured facilities
- information pages with pictures and general information
The illustrator and editor will visit and ask you about the facility – your pages will be created after their hands-on interviews, inspection tours, relishing what you have to offer, and discussions with you.
The easy-to-carry A5 size publication can be put in a small purse, opened while walking or in a car, bus and train.
The publication will be on sale at bookstores, convenience stores, and road stations. Compared to free papers, chargeable information magazines are more likely to be viewed not only by the purchaser but also by the people around him/her.
- Scheduled issue date: Late April 2019 (before GW)
- Format and circulation: A5, 74 pages (TBC) - 12,000 copies
- Price: 310 yen (tax included)
- Available at:
Major bookstores in Sapporo and Otaru; convenience stores, bookstores, road stations (Michi-no-eki) around the foot of Mt. Yotei; the facilities featured in the book
Hakodate, Tomakomai, Muroran, Chitose, Tokyo (some stores in Marunouchi etc.)
Contact & Applications:
Yamato Corporation (Atten: Kinoshita)
TEL: 090-8909-9877 FAX : 0136-55-8150
Email : [email protected]