Niseko

The local area

Luxury Chalet and Property Investment In Japan

Regardless of the motivations of entering the luxury second home market - as a business investment or purely for pleasure - there's no doubt that having access to a selection of international properties is synonymous with success and a jet-set lifestyle. Our Members enjoy exclusive access to luxury holiday homes all over the world, including our beautiful chalet in Niseko, Japan.

Natural hot springs, a breathtaking landscape and some of the world's best skiing conditions make Niseko a snow-clad Eden. People drawn in by winter sports will be spoilt for choice and there is hiking, biking, rafting and fishing during the summer months. Niseko is fast growing into a year-round resort.

Its popularity with international skiers mean that many own second homes here, giving the area a unique dining and nightclub scene, while still retaining typically Japanese touches. From the comfort of our luxury property, Japan's premier winter resort is open for you to enjoy whatever the time of year.

The History of Niseko

As a 4,000 year old stone circle close to the Niseko-Higashiyama ski area attests to, people have inhabited this striking area of Japan for eons with its recorded history beginning in earnest with pioneers from Honshu in 1891. The Shinto and Buddhist shrines in the area date from the turn of the 20th century, and Konpira-ji, which holds the Autumn festival, and the ceiling paintings of Daifutsu-ji, are well worth a visit. Skiing became a passion for the Japanese in the 1970s, with a flush of new ski resorts appearing around the country, and over the decades the perfect conditions of Niseko have made it famous throughout the world.

What to See and Do in Niseko

For winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, Niesko is a compelling and attractive place. Our beautiful property is located in the tranquil resort of Annupuri Village. With easy access to some of the best deep powder runs in Niseko, as well as to the region's many kilometres of pristine back country, this fairytale landscape is the perfect place to live out wintery dreams.

For a particularly Japanese experience, bathe in an onsen, or hot spring- Yugokoro-tei is one of the best. To get your heart racing, snow rafting is guaranteed to provide some thrills, while heli-skiing from Shiribetsu-dake will provide an unforgettable sight.

Japanese Cuisine

Japanese food has world-class standards, famed for being one of the healthiest cuisines and for producing some of the very best produce, from Wagu beef to award winning whiskey. Japan overtook France in Michelin starred restaurants in 2011, and its distinctive and varied cuisine has become internationally popular. Whether you prefer to dine in, enjoying the privacy and comfort of your home away from home, or explore the refined and fascinating tastes of Japanese food, Niseko has something to offer everyone.

The Experience

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