So the time has finally come, your Niseko dream holiday is but a couple of clicks away from being confirmed. The question now is where to stay.
There are many attractions just beyond the outskirts of the Niseko area and one of these is lake Toya, a stunning scenic destination any time of the year.
When you think of a ski trip to Japan you will likely be dreaming of endless snowfall, delicious sushi, onsens and given the chance you'll want to absorb some of the rich culture the country has to offer too. 
Made up of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Mountain Butterfly is perfect for families even two of them, with the kids accommodated in the bunkroom and the 2 sets of parents with a bedroom each.
Ishi Couloir is a fantstic apartment building well located in Hirafu, Niseko. With 3 different apartments to choose from it can be booked for almost any sized group with 2, 3 and 4 bedroom options available.
If you've ever been to Niseko or Japan before most likely you've enjoyed a meal Hokkaido is famous for, ramen noodles. A simple yet satisfying meal with its deep delicious flavours it is an awesome winter warmer that makes the perfect lunch or dinner, especially if you are pressed for time.
It has once again been a quiet March here in Niseko with international visitors to Japan almost non existent. While it has been a little lonely the upside has been even quieter slopes and March is usually pretty quiet. 
If you are looking for accommodation for a large group in Niseko that is modern, stylish, practical and well priced look no further than the Kabayama Townhouses.
So you've made it to Niseko, checked into your accommodation in Hirafu village, already snuck in a couple of runs to get your feet back and now you've returned to your comfy apartment or chalet with one thing on your mind, delicious Japanese food!
If you are looking for a 3 bedroom stand alone home in Hirafu Village, Zangestu is hard to beat.