Are you new to Niseko? Take some time to read our Niseko area guide. This article will explain the different areas in what is referred to as the "Niseko" area. This is very helpful when choosing where to book accommodation or to plan activities for your Niseko getaway.
Below are some detailed images showing travel times by bus, train, and car. These travel times are approximations, actual travel times may differ.
Access by bus
- Big Runs: Arranged through Niseko Ground Service
- Resort Liner (Hokkaido Access Network): 011-219-4411
- White Liner (Good Sports): 011-242-2040
- Niseko bus: 0136-44-2001
- Chuo bus: 011-221-5161
Access by train
Access by car
- Those who stay at LOFT Niseko, MUSE Niseko and Aspect can bypass Niseko Landmark View and go directly to the property for check in.
- Please be careful when driving on snowy roads.
Please note that public overnight parking in Hirafu village is virtually unavailable in Winter, and onsite overnight parking at accommodations like MUSE Niseko, Kizuna and Niseko Landmark View are extremely limited. We advise against bringing a car to Niseko for this reason, but for those that choose to drive, parking onsite is first-come-first served. If you need to find another place to park, we recommend these locations (daytime only):
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