Miyuki is a pair of 5-bedroom townhouses located in Hirafu’s middle village. With each house sleeping up to 12 guests, they are ideal for larger families and groups.
Miyuki, when translated to English, means “deep snow”, and with Niseko being one of the best places in the world for deep champagne powder the name definitely fits! Each set over three levels, the houses are spacious, with comfortable and contemporary furnishings and feature all the trimmings you’d expect in a ski chalet.
The open-plan living and dining areas feature plenty of space to kick back and relax after a long day on the mountain. There’s also a dedicated media and entertainment room that features a large plasma TV with satellite connection, giving you access to English-language channels such as movies, news, documentaries and more, as well as a DVD player, CD player and Bose sound system. There is also wireless internet access throughout both houses.
The basement area has a ski and snowboard drying room and secure storage area, plus a laundry with washing machine and clothes dryer.
Miyuki offers two 5-bedroom houses that will each sleep up to 12 guests comfortably. For smaller groups one bedroom can be locked off making it a 4-bedroom house. Each house has three bathrooms.
The kitchens are fully equipped with modern Western appliances, including an oven, stove, coffee machine, wine fridge and dishwasher, and also feature a breakfast bar.
Miyuki is located near the top of the middle village, tucked away in a quiet street set back a little from the main road that runs through Hirafu, Route 343. Being just away from the main road gives the houses a bit more privacy and quiet, but without being far away from the action.
It’ll take you less than 10 minutes on foot to get to the Ace Family Pair lift, and about 20 minutes to walk up to the Hirafu Gondola. If you don’t want to walk, or if you want to head over to either the Niseko Village or Annupuri ski areas, then the free village shuttle and the Niseko United shuttle both stop just around the corner.
Up on Route 343 there are plenty of great restaurants and bars, and many in the surrounding streets, so you won’t have far to go for an après drink or a great meal. The Seicomart and Lawson convenience stores are both within walking distance as well, if you need to stock up on a few groceries.