Hirafu is the heart of the Niseko area and has seen the largest number of developments over the years. The village comprises of a narrow stretch of land coming down from the ski hill in three main areas easily distinguishable by their names: Upper, Middle and Lower Village. Just outside of the main village are several other... (More)
Kira Kira 301 is a stylish and modern apartment for sale in Hirafu upper village. This 35sqm studio is a very popular unit and comes complete with a full kitchen, living area, king size bed and tiled bathroom, with a full-sized bath and shower. Studio units rent extremely well in Niseko and this property is no exception. The...
Kabayama is the area directly south of Hirafu Village towards Higashiyama, along route 343. There have been many new developments in this area over the last few years. Most notable is the addition of several restaurants and new homes in areas flanking either side of the main road. The renowned Lupicia restaurant completed... (More)
This prime 659 sqm (200 tsubo) plot is walking distance to Hirafu, has excellent exposure on route 343 and secondary access from a smaller road behind. The plot faces Mt. Youtei to the east. - Ideal commercial location - Excellent exposure - Joins the St. Moritz area - Homes on either side
This large site for sale in Kabayama has direct access to route 343 and is just over one kilometre from the Hirafu Village. The entire area is 482 tsubo over three plots with commercial and residential options. It has views to Mt. Youtei and also looks back at the ski hill. The land area is square, flat and construction ready....
Kabyama Log House is a large property within walking distance to Hirafu Village. This log house has three floors, a generous outside deck area, views to Mt. Youtei and is located on a decent-sized plot area. There is a garage, owner storage, two shower rooms, two toilets and three sinks on the ground floor; on the first floor...
Higashiyama (Niseko Village) lies between Hirafu and Annupuri and received worldwide attention when Hilton announced their management of the former Prince Hotel in November 2007. Niseko Village, the area immediately around the ski hill, offers a world-class hotel, a golf course, a tree-top adventure park and a fine ski area... (More)
Six connected 100 tsubo blocks a short drive from Higashiyama ski resort (Niseko Village) in a quiet subdivision surrounded by trees and farmland. This land has a small creek running along the west side which would make a great feature of a garden. This 1,980 sqm land area has views of Mt. Annupuri and the ski hill through the...
Annupuri is the furthest south west of the four linked resorts in Niseko (the Niseko United) and many visitors claim it offers the best terrain of all the resorts due its extensive off-piste woodland areas and less crowded slopes. Above the Annupuri ski hill is the infamous back bowl, accessible from Hirafu, which offers some... (More)
This large triangular block in Annupuri is almost perfectly flat with plenty of room to build. It is a 2-3 minute drive to Annupuri/Moiwa, 5 minutes to Higashiyama and about 10 minutes to Hirafu. It is a very central location, on the mountain-side of route 66, which is popular with investors. The road frontage is nearly 79...
Hanazono was put on the map by the clever marketing of Nihon Harmony, arguably one of the main catalysts for the sudden interest in the Niseko area amongst Australian visitors. Hanazono does not have the large scale developments, restaurants, bars, nightlife or infrastructure of Hirafu but instead, it offers a world-class golf... (More)
Arguably one of the most impressive homes in Niseko, this magnificent log house sits next door to the golf course and just a stone's throw from the ski hill in North Hills, Hanazono. With a floor area of over 310 sqm, this house is spacious and and built with no expense spared. - Constructed using old growth red cedar logs -...
Moiwa is a small, boutique ski hill located just 2 km to the west of Annupuri and The Niseko United area. It has 2 main lifts, 7 courses and a modest vertical descent of 470 metres. The main reasons to ski in Moiwa are the acres of untracked on and off-piste and lack of crowds - it has the same snow as everywhere else in Niseko... (More)