Nichigo is a pair of apartments tucked away in a quiet spot in the upper part of Hirafu’s middle village. The 2 and 3-bedroom apartments offer the perfect combination of comfort, location and price. Sleeping four to six guests these properties are ideal for smaller to medium-sized families or groups.
The modern apartments feature fully equipped kitchens with spacious open-plan dining and living areas. The comfortable lounge rooms are the perfect place to relax in the evening after a long day on the slopes. Large flat screen TVs offer English-language satellite channels including news, documentaries, movies and sport, and there’s also a DVD player. High speed wireless internet is available throughout both apartments, ensuring you can keep in touch with friends and family back home.
Each apartment has a washing machine but not a clothes dryer, and there is also secure ski and snowboard storage where you can safely leave your gear when you’re not chasing fresh tracks.
Nichigo has a 2-bedroom and a 3-bedroom apartment. The 2-bedroom apartment will sleep up to four people and the 3-bedroom apartment will sleep up to 6 people. Both apartments have the option of either one double or two single beds in each room, making them ideal for groups of friends travelling together or for families. Each apartment has two bathrooms, including an ensuite in the master bedroom.
The kitchens are fully equipped with Western appliances, including a dishwasher, oven and microwave as well as a breakfast bar.
Nichigo apartments are located in the upper part of the middle village, just a short walk from the main road that runs through Hirafu. Tucked away in a quiet little back street, it’s a little bit more quiet and offers some privacy.
You can walk to the Ace Family Pair lift in under 10 minutes, and it’ll take you just a little longer to walk up to the Hirafu Gondola, but if even that’s a bit too much effort, there’s a shuttle stop a couple of minutes away so you can just jump on the bus, and save your legs for the powder!
Whether you’re heading out for an apres drink or a meal, you don’t have to go far. Just a few steps away is Bigfoot Lodge, and the popular and vibrant Momiji-Zaka street, which is home to a ton of fabulous restaurants and bars, is just the next street over. Your biggest problem will be deciding which one to choose!