Things To Do
Niseko has it all
Niseko is situated at the base of a dormant volcano – Mount Yotei, and next to one the most beautiful rivers in Japan – the Shiribetsu River and, as such, is well positioned to offer a variety of exciting summer and winter activities that can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
Although skiing and snowboarding are the most popular choices, visitors can immerse themselves in Japanese culture by trying one of the popular local hot springs or take a horse ride through the picturesque wintry countryside.
In the summertime, Niseko abounds with fun and adventure. From popular sports to delicious local food, there's something for everyone in Niseko!
Fifteen local onsen comprise the Niseko Onsenkyo, one of which is the famous, 100-year-old Kombu onsen. Various types of onsen facilities dot the area around Niseko, from fancy hotels to casual day spas.
Niseko offers an inspired range of international dining options ranging from restaurants serving authentic Japanese fare that flaunts the locally grown produce to a myriad of other establishments serving fusion, ethnic and European cuisine.