Yume House Living Kitchen and Dining Area | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Outdoor View | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Living and Dining Area | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Kitchen with Utensils | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Bedroom View | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Japanese Style Twin Bedroom with TV | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Japanese Style Twin Bedroom View | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Twin Bedroom with Carpet | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Twin Bedroom | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Bathroom with Bathtub | Middle Hirafu
Yume House Bathtub | Middle Hirafu


(1 customer review)

US $318 US $270

Middle Hirafu – Chalet
2 Bedrooms

Yume House is a traditional rural Japanese ski cottage with tatami (woven straw) room.

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Yume House is a quirky little Japanese ski cabin located in a really great spot in the middle village. It’s a combination of western and traditional Japanese style with one tatami (woven straw mat) floor. Yume means dream in Japanese, and while it’s not a super luxury house, its certainly somebody’s dream home, and for a short time while you’re in Niseko it can be yours too. Being quite small and not the greatest property on the mountain, it offers good value.

Sleeps: 4 guests (5 max)
Size: 56m²
Built: 1980s

Yume House

Family/Kid Friendly
Walk to Restaurants
Walk to Cafes
Walk to Bars

Walk to Onsens
Walk to Groceries
Guest Lounge
On-site Laundry

On Village Shuttle Route
Free Parking
Welcome Centre Transfers

Yume House Bedroom View | Middle Hirafu

The building itself is quite old, but it has been nicely refurbished. It would have probably been a weekend holiday house for a family from Sapporo or elsewhere in Hokkaido or Japan. You can see the typical simple Japanese architecture styles in the building, like in the tatami mat floor but also in the kit style bathroom. It’s a really simple little bathroom with deep Japanese style bath and a space for washing yourself beside that – the Japanese way.

The kitchen and dining area is great. The kitchen is all new and features a big oven as well as a dishwasher meaning you can cook decent meals here if you so wish – although with so many great restaurants around you might not end up doing that. It’s laid out along one wall giving it an open plan layout into the dining area.

Yume House can accommodate up to five guests in its two bedrooms. One of the rooms has a western style double bed, while the other has tatami mat flooring on which up to three futon beds can be laid out. This style of bedding is quite hard and can be a bit of a shock at first, but it’s great for your spine and posture. It’s also a great little cultural experience and kids love it. The futons are stored in big cupboards during the day leaving the room free for other activities, and they’re brought out at night and laid down.

Yume House

  • Housekeeping Every 2 Nights
  • Mid-Clean/Linen Change Every 7 Nights
  • Private Entrance
  • Individual Heating Unit
  • Village Views
  • Traditional Tatami room
  • Phone (free local calls)
  • In-Room Safe
  • Slippers
  • Ski Storage
  • Washing Machine
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Plasma/LCD TV
  • DVD Player
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Table
  • Gas Cooktop
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Machine
  • Coffee/Tea/Milk/Sugar on arrival
  • Cutlery + Plates
  • Cooking Utensils (extensive)
  • Dishwasher
  • Dishwashing Powder
  • Dishwashing Detergent
  • Western Bedding
  • Japanese Bedding
  • Kids bedroom
  • Closets
  • Hangers
  • Alarm Clock
  • Shower
  • Bathtub
  • Japanese Washlet Toilet
  • Towels
  • Body Soap
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Hair Dryer
  • Shared Bathroom

Yume House


The first bedroom features either one king double or two single beds, according to what suits you best. There is open hanging space for clothes and drawers.

2 Guests
1 King Double or 2 Singles
Approx 18m²


The straw mat tatami room in a traditional Japanese house is used as sleeping space at night, and as an extra seating area with TV in the daytime. Two guests sleep on existing futon mattresses, and an additional guest will also sleep here.

2 Guests
2 Single Futons
Approx 18m²

Yume House


Yume House’s location can best be described as awesome. In fact, I’d almost go as far as to say it’s perfect. You’re just below the main street of Hirafu – literally a two or three minute walk to the convenience stores and dozens of restaurants and bars.


Let’s not forget the lifts. It’s just a five minute walk to the Ace Family lift, from where you can upload higher up the mountain if you’re intermediate or advanced. And if you want to get straight to the higher lifts, there’s a shuttle bus stop just two minutes from the front door. Boom!


There’s Bigfoot Lodge and Barumba Bar around the corner, Crab Shack Canon and Ezo Seafoods are amazing restaurants nearby that are always in high demand. The grocery store inside Shiki always has a fine selection of imported foods, and if the line inside Seicomart convenience store is too long the Lawson is just nearby across the bridge.

Need to Know


  • Extra bedding: ¥4000 pp/night (minimum charge 3 nights)
  • Baby cot: ¥5000/booking
  • Child gate: ¥2500/booking
  • Highchair: free on request (limited)
  • Grocery packs available


  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
    (5 nights on special offers)
  • Check-in time: 3pm
  • Check-out time: 10am
  • Airport transfers and lift passes must be booked with this property


  • We offer the best rates online
  • Rates include government tax and services (some other websites add this at the end)
  • Rates quoted in Yen (JPY)
  • 50% deposit due at booking
  • 50% balance due 60 days before arrival
  • Pay by credit card / PayPal / bank transfer
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Please note all information provided is representative and subject to change. If there are features or services that are imperative to your stay, please contact us before booking.


1 review for YUME HOUSE

  1. Avatar for Sara


    Cheap and cheerful! Small and cosy Yume House works well for a family. You are in the heart of Niseko and easy access to restaurants, bars and the lifts are a shuttle ride away.

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