|Niseko receives an annual snowfall of 14 meters on average. It is renowned for its consistent powder snow supply.|
The Niseko ski area is comprised of 4 connected resorts (namely Niseko Hanazono, Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri). Grand Hirafu Village is the busiest of all, with majority of restaurants and accommodations congregated in this araa. All four resorts are accessible with the All Mountain lift pass. This makes accessing Niseko's legendary powder snow easy and ensures there is plenty of terrain to suit all tastes. Head to Hanazono to enjoy some of the best powder skiing on the mountain, or cruise the pristine groomed runs in Annupuri.
Mount Annupuri (1,308m) is 100km south of Sapporo and it is the most eastern part of the Niseko Volcanic Group. Blessed with the seasonal winds from Sieberia which interact with the Sea of Japan, Niseko always receives an abundant supply of dry and light champagne snow throughout winter.
After a day of skiing, enjoy the wide range of après- ski offerings. Niseko has multiple restaurants, bars, shops, and other events to make your time off the hill as exciting as the time on. Add all of this up and Niseko is the perfect destination for families, hardcore skiers, and everyone in between!
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