WHILE there has been a noticeable drop-off in Australian visitors this year – caused by a strong yen and weak Aussie dollar – a more diverse array of international holidaymakers are finding their way to Niseko.
Australians really founded the current boom in Niseko, since they started arriving in large numbers over the
One of Japan’s most spectacularly beautiful and admired landscapes is just an hour’s drive from Niseko on the far side of Mt Yotei. Lake Toya is an almost-circular volcanic caldera lake, 10km across at its widest point. At its centre three densely vegetated lava domes rise from the lake’s transparent waters – from space