FROM THE BLOG
Spring Season Tickets are now on sale! Spring Season Ticket is valid from March 1 to April 2, 2023.
Winter is around the corner here in Niseko, with temperatures dropping below 5 degrees Celsius on some days.
We are pleased to announce that lift passes for the 2022-23 season are now on sale. We will be offering early-bird discounts again this year!
A pleasant breeze is blowing in Niseko, shaking the fresh greenery.
Banked Slalom, which was a huge success last year, is returning to Niseko Moiwa. Saturday, April 2, 2022, will be Banked in Niseko Moiwa! You can seriously compete in the festive event or just have fun and enjoy it all. It will be a fun Saturday for sure.
Join the event and get prized tasty rice or veggies which is made by the farmers work at the resort!
Vanya means sauna in Russian. After enjoying Niseko's powder snow, a Russian-made banya (sauna) is an exceptional way to enjoy a hot steam bath even in an environment of -30℃.
The announcement by the Japan Meteorological Agency that the La Niña phenomenon was occurring again this year seemed to promise an abundance of snow for ski resort operators suffering from the devastating effects of the new coronavirus infection, but I wondered if it was true. I was half expecting it to be true.
Request to customers against Covid-19 ① Please wear a mask and disinfect with alcohol in the hall. ② Please wear goggles, gloves, face mask (mask), etc. while riding the lift. ③ In order to secure a social distance at the ticket office, around the platform, and in the waiting line, please line up at a certain distance (about 2m/7ft). ④ Moiwa 1st and 2nd pair lifts are prohibited from riding outside the group, and for Moiwa quad lifts, if you are riding outside the group, leave at least one seat and face forward. Please. ⑤ Please secure space on the slopes before skiing.