Powder. Sushi. Friends.

The unsung powder snow mecca of the world, and explorative frontier for all who seek the deep culture experience of skiing in Japan. Sushi for breakfast, mythical-level powder all day, and onsen sessions in the evenings underpin a week long immersive journey. Day-trips to Rusutsu, private izakayas, sushi, sake and ramen as far as the eye can see make Niseko Japan’s number one ski destination, and the ski world’s best kept secret. Everything you have ever heard about skiing in Japan is true. All of it.

2018 Niseko Highlights

This is what to expect from the week, along with a few extra surprises along the way




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    "A travelling mini-festival that brings together nationalities to a degree that’s rare in snowsports holidays."


    "The Ski Week: A 7 day ski party with a few hundred of your closest friends."


    "It’s everything you could wish for, on and off the slope"


    "New friends and memories to last a lifetime."

Tickets include:

Access to all events

As a guest you will have access to all the events and parties we host.


An apartment in The Ski Week private house is part of the package.

Mountain guides

The Ski Week guides are available every day to take you around if you want.

Ski pass for 6 days

Included in the price are ski passes that gives you access to all the slopes.

Where you stay

Accommodation includes:

• 100m to slopes

• Private Lounge

• In resort shuttles

• 24h concierge


Sapporo Airport (CTS) is the most accessible to Niseko and you can fly directly there from Tokyo. We strongly recommend that guests arrive into Tokyo by Saturday the 3rd of February to experience the wonders that the city has to offer. We will organise a welcome party for all guests on the evening of the 3rd of February in Tokyo.


We do not organise transfers to Niseko. We recommend that you fly from Tokyo to Sapporo and from there it is important that you pre-book your transfer to Niseko. There is a great bus service from Sapporo airport running every hour to Niseko Grand Hirafu at €60 for a return trip. The trip takes about 2.5 hours.


The Ski Week Japan starts at 6pm on Sunday the 4th of February. You can check in to your apartment from 3pm so we recommend arriving around then to get your ski rentals and stock up on food from the local supermarket before the events kick off.


The ski pass is valid for the full Niseko United ski area for the first 5 days and in Rusutsu on the last day.


No we don't offer a weekend option in Japan.


Yes you can book ski lessons upon arrival. We help book you directly with the local ski school. Price for ski lessons is €100-200/day depending on which option you choose.


You will have to cover your own food and drinks throughout the week. Expect to pay about €10 for lunch, €20-30 for dinner and €5 for a beer.


Saturday the 3rd of February is a bonus day if you arrive early. We will organise a dinner and a party for any Ski Weekers in Tokyp. Up to you if you want to come or not but we do promise a good time!


Accommodation in Tokyo is not included in the price. We recommend that you book a hotel in either Ginza or Roppongi area. For a true Japanese experience try the capsule hotel Prime Pod Ginza. It's a favourite of ours and many Ski Week guests usually stay there.