CHANCES are you’ve seen kite-surfing before, but kite-skiing? It’s a craze sweeping the world, and local Steve Roth is 'flying the kite' for Niseko.
HAVE you ever wondered what you would look like dressed up in a Japanese kimono? If you're a guy that's a bit strange, but if you're a girl, what better experience to take home from Niseko? Beautiful young local lady Sanae-san's Sakura Japanese Cultural Experience allows you to dress up in your choice of kimono and have professional photos taken
THE amazing snowfall Niseko receives attracts thousands of international tourists to the area, but when they arrive, they realise Niseko is so much more than just a ski hill.
There's a rich culture, warm hospitality, amazing cuisine, vibrant nightlife and an endless range of unique activities to experience. Whether you want
TEN hard-working huskies are among the newest residents to arrive in Niseko this year.
The ’08-‘09 winter marks Niseko’s dog sledding debut, offering an experience just like you would get in the wilds of Alaska or Siberia – well, almost. The Niseko Dog Sledding Experience boasts a holiday from the usual skiing, boarding
THERE is a ‘must do’ list when visiting many countries, and Japan is no different. Take a hot spring bath – check; take a bullet train – check; eat lots of Japanese food – check; sing karaoke with a group of friends - check. Niseko has its own fantastic hub of great karaoke bars and booths in Kutchan, the funky
Want a souvenir that will bring back memories of your time in Niseko every time you look at it? Tomoko Nakamura wants everybody to experience making something out of what she thinks is the most wonderful material – leather. She says if people make something out of it here, every time they feel and smell the leather it will remind them of