THIS is Niseko’s michi-no-eki (meaning road station), which is one of more than a thousand throughout Japan generally used by towns to help promote tourism and commerce of the local area.
YOU'RE in Japan, you have to try sushi. Fortunately there are plenty of great sushi options in Niseko. Here are five of the best to get you started...
FOR those after unique local furniture and souvenirs, Niseko Town’s Ram Kobo is a must see. Masafumi Sawada moved from crowded Tokyo to Sapporo 35 years ago to start an art studio. When he decided Sapporo was becoming too busy he looked further afield, and like many like-minded artisans, chose Niseko. He started working with iron because
NISEKO Town itself is a village of about 5000 people about a 10-minute drive from the ski resorts. It has very little to do with the ski resorts yet attracts an estimated 1.5 million tourists throughout the year. While an increasing number of international visitors come to the overall Niseko region each year, a surprising number of them never learn