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The Weather in Niseko
This is the climate diagram in Niseko. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 24° in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is April.
Niseko vacation rentals glitter with winter luxury
Japan's Niseko volcano belt is home to a number of spectacular resorts, where the white peaks are brushed by clouds. A variety of terrain, including stunning alpine woodland, presents perfect slopes for all experience levels. Your vacation rental offers pristine runs and equally elegant facilities and dining options.
Mouthwatering meals in Niseko
Start your day with banana pancakes and delicious granola at Green Farm Cafe. An organic farm on the outskirts of town supplies the produce used in the cafe's dishes. Or grab a filling breakfast at Graubunden, where the breakfast sandwich combines bacon, egg and cheese. A local favorite, Graubunden is known for its sandwiches and cakes, not to mention its attentive service.
At Niseko Loft Club the cooking happens at your table. The menu features beef, pork, lamb, and venison, all of which you can grill precisely to your taste. The twinkly interior, quality beer, and warm ambiance make this an ideal apres ski spot.
Snow sport haven
Niseko Ski Resort is generally agreed to be number one in Japan. With slopes split evenly between beginner, intermediate, and expert levels, over 30 lifts and perfect snow conditions, it isn't hard to see why. The powder soft snow dusted over these exquisite mountains like sugar is a stunning sight.
Skiing and snowboarding are just the tip of the iceberg in Niseko, though. You and your family will also be thrilled by unforgettable winter sports like heli-skiing, cat skiing and snowmobiling. If you're looking for the family holiday of a lifetime, come and experience Japan's ultimate winter sport destination.
Don't miss Sapporo Snow Festival which takes place in Niseko every February. Attracting ever higher numbers each year, one of Japan's biggest celebrations glitters with ice sculptures in an all manner of fantastic forms.
Hundreds of glimmering snow and ice sculptures adorn Odori Park and Susukino's city center, not far from your comfortable accommodation.
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