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Adventure is set against a beautiful snowy forest backdrop which is perfect for kids to play and adults to relax. To access Adventure you take a secret side street off the bottom of Lower Hirafu Village. This leads into a forest and several houses scattered around amongst the trees.
Adventure has 3 king size bedrooms plus a loft area, so there’s plenty of space for families or small groups. Large windows all around let in an abundance of natural light and frame the winter wonderland scenery.
While it’s secluded, it’s still just two minutes walk to the shuttle bus which can take you anywhere in the village, morning and night. There’s a cool bar Gyu+ (aka Fridge Door Bar) also right nearby, as well as several cheap but tasty restaurants.
The house also comes with a drying room, a movie projector and internet to keep you entertained when you tire of watching the snow settling outside.
Otherwise it’s a fairly straight forward and simple house, giving it a really natural ski cabin feel – perfect for an adventure-filled Niseko holiday. The ground floor is the living, dining and kitchen area with one bedroom as well as bathroom and laundry. It’s in a fairly open plan configuration, with the dining room an kitchen occupying one wing of the floor, and the living room in the centre. The whole space has lots of windows looking out into the surrounding forest.
Adventure is a 3-bedroom house with 1 loft, sleeping eight people in total. The bedrooms aren’t huge but have high ceilings amplifying the space. Complete with exposed wooden beams upstairs the simplicity of these rooms adds to the house’s charm.
Adventure is located off to the side of Hirafu Lower Village. From the front door it’s just a short walk up to the main part of the village, from where you can catch the village shuttle bus to the ski lifts in less than five minutes, or to any of the restaurants and bars in the village. It is possible to walk to the lifts from Adventure, and would probably take about 15 minutes. But if you want to save your energy for the hill, utilise the free shuttle.
There are a number of great restaurants and bars within a few hundred metres, which makes for an especially fun and enjoyable walk in the evenings when kids can throw snowballs and play in the huge snowbanks of the lower village. If you do want to venture further up into the upper village’s restaurants, it’s not too long a walk, especially if you don’t have ski boots on, or you can catch the shuttle until 8.30pm. Remember if you finish dinner after this you may need to walk home, unless you can grab a taxi – not necessarily easy when the village is busy!