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Green Leaf Niseko Village Early Bird 2020/21

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Enjoy a pristine powder escape at Green Leaf Niseko Village this winter! This true ski-in/ski-out hotel at the base of Niseko Village ski area, offers spa, authentic onsen, and easy access to the world’s finest powder snow.

For the Winter 2020/21 season when you book a stay at Green Leaf Niseko Village you will be rewarded with 10% off the standard rate and complimentary mid-range equipment rental.

Terms and Conditions

  • 10% discount for Deluxe room & Corner Suite between 1 – 18 December 2020, 3 January – 10 February 2021 & 21 February – 26 April 2021.
  • Complimentary mid-range equipment rental between 1 Dec 2020 – 15 Dec 2020 and 7 Mar 2021 – 23 Apr 2021
  • Minimum 3 nights stay is required
  • Book by 60 days prior to arrival
  • Applies to inbound guests only
  • Not applicable to Sofa Bed
  • Complimentary equipment is based on paying guests
  • Not valid with any other offer
  • Full non-refundable payment is required within 7 days from the time of booking.

 

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SkiJapan.com have specialised in Japanese ski resorts for more than 20 years. Our team have first-hand experience and knowledge of the resorts so you’re getting the best service and advice. We have offices in Niseko Japan, Hong Kong, and Sydney Australia with our Niseko operation being Hokkaido’s longest serving and largest inbound ski tour operator. Our team of bilingual staff will ensure your holiday experience is a memorable one!

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The team at SkiJapan.com make winter travel easy with our custom package options. Servicing various Japan resorts we can help set you up with transfers, rentals, lessons, tour and dining bookings, and everything else to take the pain out of your ski holiday*. Whether you’re a couple desiring the luxe Japan Winter experience; a family seeking ski school, kids entertainment, and spacious living; or a powder hound in pursuit of the steepest and deepest in Japan, we’ve got you covered!
* Some resort services may be limited.

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We know sometimes plans can change, which is why when you book direct with SkiJapan.com you can secure your dream snow holiday with deposit only*. There’s no need to worry about hefty cancellation fees with SkiJapan.com! Some Terms & Conditions apply.

Discover Milk Kobo – Niseko’s Delicious Dairy Desserts

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No visit to Niseko is complete without a visit to the region’s most famous dessert hub – Milk Kobo. Visitors from Japan and all over the world flock to this iconic spot to sample some of the stores legendary, delicious dairy desserts. The store is located in the quiet area of Niseko Village; just a few minutes walk from Snow Dog Niseko.

Hokkaido is famous for its fresh produce, laid back farm life, and dairy farms – and Niseko is no different. Almost everything at Milk Kobo is made in-house with milk produced from their very own dairy farm. The store backs right onto the very farm where the milk used in all Milk Kobo desserts is produced. It can be a little hard to see the farm itself (due to the meters of snow that piles up across the fields), but if you’re driving along the road, you can occasionally spot the “Happy Holsteins” (cows) as they nibble away in the comfort of their very own heated farmhouse.The most popular item on the menu is the signature “Choux Cream”; a crispy sweetbread shell filled with creamy vanilla custard. Each Choux Cream is made fresh and filled with just the right amount of cream. These can be a bit tricky to eat without making a mess – but that’s all part of the fun!Everything on the menu is special, but we have to mention the amazing cheesecakes. The smooth cheesecake filling is a perfect mix of sweet cream with a hint of savoury flavour for a balanced taste. These are also often available on Hirafu Zaka opposite Hirafu 188 during winter.

Guide to Niseko Village

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Formerly known as Higashiyama, Niseko Village ski area is one of the four inter-connected ski resorts of Niseko United. It’s a popular base for beginners and families due to its two resort-style ski in/ski out hotels, variety of beginner slopes and English-speaking ski school.

Terrain

Offering 27 marked trails (13 beginner, 9 intermediate and 5 advanced) and access to off-piste and side-country terrain, Niseko Village provides the steepest inbound terrain within the Niseko United area with a vertical drop of 890m (280m-1170m).

Accommodation

The Niseko Village features a variety of accommodation options, including the world-class Hilton Niseko Village and Green Leaf hotels, tranquil Snow Dog Village apartments as well as a handful of more traditional pensions.

Dining

Designed to replicate traditional Japanese architecture, The Village offers a selection of contemporary dining options and boutique shops in a convenient slope-side location. Take a short venture away from the slopes, and you’ll find a handful of unique, independent dining options such as Milk Kobo, Prativo, Upashi Seta and The House of Machines. For those looking for a night out, Niseko Village is within close proximity to the lively Hirafu Village and Kutchan town via shuttle bus or taxi. Check our insider’s Guide to Kutchan dining.

Activities

The Niseko Village offers plenty of off-snow activities for all ages including cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and reindeer sled rides! Also, be sure to check out the Niseko Ice Village for an unreal experience! For a more hardcore experience, Hokkaido Backcounty Club offers backcountry and cat-skiing tours for intermediate to advanced riders.

Niseko United announces full partnership with Mountain Collective

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Breaking news for powder lovers around the globe! The fabled Japanese ski resort, Niseko United and The Mountain Collective have teamed up, with the world’s powder capital becoming a full partner for the upcoming 2018-2019 winter season, making it the only Asian ski resort to be a part of the illustrious alliance for this season. Mountain Collective Pass holders will receive 2 free days in Niseko and will also receive 50% discount on all additional days (with no blackout dates). An All Mountain Niseko lift pass provides access to all 4 resorts; Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village & Annupuri. This makes the Niseko United lift pass one of the best Japanese lift passes in the country. Read more about the Mountain Collective Pass in Niseko here.

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