Kasara Niseko Village Townhouses
At a Glance
Close to the ski runs and shops
In the heart of Niseko Village
Centrally located within the Niseko United ski area which boasts a combined 2,191 acres of skiable terrain
Includes a complimentary one hour guided Niseko Village mountain orientation on the first morning (strictly for advanced levels)
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The main ski season runs from the end of November through to Easter. January - April sees the highest snowfall and the lowest temperatures will be felt in February when it can reach -7 degrees.
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Situated in the heart of Niseko Village at the base of Mount Annapuri, the Kasara Townhouses are a collection of stylish, luxury homes just a few metres from the ski slopes and close to the shops and restaurants at Niseko Village.
The beautifully-styled Kasara Townhouses offer guests the ultimate in flexibility yet at the same time total convenience for both the ski lifts and the restaurants and facilities in Niseko Village.
Each townhouse has three bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area which are all stylishly designed combining authentic Japanese charm with contemporary decor and breathtaking views of the mountains, including the iconic Mount Yotei. The homes can sleep six comfortably, but the Tatami-style dining area can be converted into up a bedroom with futon bedding to sleep to children under 12.
The personalised service is what really makes it a cut above the rest - with a dedicated concierge and a complimentary driver-on-call service within the Niseko Village area. The kitchen can be stocked in advance and during the stay giving guests the option to stay in and cook or alternatively a chef can be booked to come and cook for guests.
Access to the skiing is easy - either on foot to the nearest lifts from the base at neighbouring property The Green Leaf Niseko Village or using the driver service to take the Niseko Gondola from the base next to the Hilton Niseko Village.
Each of the eight townhouses are stylish and comfortable and set out over two floors. The accommodation consists of three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom, a lounge area, a fully equipped kitchen, laundy facilities, heated ski room, a flexible dining area that converts into an additional bedroom with a futon, (ideal for one or two children) and use of a garage that will fit one car. They also have complimentary wi-fi, TV with DVD player, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and bath amenities.
Three bedroom townhouses, with bedrooms configured as King, Queen and a Twin. The dining room can be converted to add two extra beds for children under 12
There are child minding facilities available upon request (for extra charge) at the Kasara Townhouses for children one year plus. As well as the Niseko Kids Snow School and Day Care program located in the village for children aged one to twelve years, providing fun private or group ski / snowboarding lessons.
Guests have complimentary access to the gym facilities at nearby Hilton Niseko Village as well as use of the onsens (hot springs) at the Hilton and The Green Leaf Niseko Village.
There is a concierge on hand to book activities or restaurant reservations as well as a complimentary on-call driver service within the Niseko Village area.
Other available services (for an extra charge) include stocking the kitchen with a selection of groceries, child minding services (1 year +), overnight ski / snowboard waxing, in-house sports massages and 'dine-in' experiences.
Whilst the Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse does not have its own restaurant there are a good selection in the village with a mixture of traditional Japanese and internationally influenced cuisines.
The Siberian winds interacting with moisture from the Sea of Japan means the snow is exceptionally dry and light in Niseko Village and, during ski season, there is incredible off piste terrain as well as a wide range of groomed runs for all levels. There is also First Tracks Cat skiing and a cross country skiing course. For advanced skiers, the backcountry can be accessed through a series of gates near the peak of Mount Niseko Annupuri leading to incredible terrain and a huge series of back bowls. Alternatively, snowshoe up Mount Yotei for mind-blowing, volcano crater skiing at the summit.
The Niseko Village Snow School is an internationally certified multi-lingual ski school for beginners or those who want to improve their ski or snowboarding skills.
Aside from the skiing in Niseko other activities nearby include snowmobile adventures, snow rafting, reindeer sledding, guided snowshoe tours.
The local spa facilities are an ideal to relax those aching muscles and the Wakka Spa at the nearby Hilton Niseko Village was voted as one of the top 10 spas in Japan.
A soak in an onsen is also a must, a 100% natural mineral hot spring, each onsen has their own distinct mineral content and healing qualities, an ideal way to relax and unwind. A stay in the Kasara Townhouses includes complimentary use of the onsens at both The Green Leaf Niseko Village and the Hilton Niseko Village.
Abashiri City Highlights
Take a tour of Abashiri City and visit the Okhotsuku Ryuhyo Museum and Prison Museum.
Active Winter in Asahidake
Today, visit Daisetsuzan National Park, one of the largest national parks in Japan, and embark on a light winter snowshoe trek in the park. Finish the day with a tour on the Asahidake ropeway, which provides great views of the scenic winter landscape.
Autumn Nature Tour and Local Experience in Niseko
Today, reconnect with nature as you take a walk in the Shinsenuma March Natural Recreation Forest. Proceed to a local farm and enjoy potato harvesting and try your hand at making potato chips - a great activity for families.
Biei Nature Tour - Flower Fields and the Blue Pond
Drive to Biei and visit the Patchwork Hill and Shikisai Hill, which offers fantastic views of the countryside and various flower fields. After lunch, visit the Blue Pond which is a mesmerising blue colour before hopping on a Norokko Train.
Birdlife and Nature in Onuma National Park
Reconnect with nature as you visit Onuma National Park, known for its bird life and an abundance of diverse vegetation.
Boat Ride on Lake Akan
Take a Boat Tour and enjoy the scenery of the unspoiled lush forest around Lake Akan and the famous Marimo, one of Japan's unique natural wonders.
Hakodate Morning Market and the Grand Matsumae
Today, visit the Morning Market of Hakodate and experience the local life. Continue to Matsumae, a former castle town, where you can take a tour of the town and the grand Matsumae Castle.
Half Day Tour of Kushiro
Today, take a trip to the Hoso'oka Observation deck to view the spectacular Kushiro Marsh before heading to Washo Market that boasts Japan's largest fish catch!
Highlights of Sapporo
Enjoy a Half Day City tour of Sapporo. You will see the Sapporo Clock Tower, Odori Park, the Old Hokkaido Government Building, the viewing point of Okurayama Ski Jump Hill and more.
Hiking in Shiretoko National Park
Enjoy a three hour hike around the Shiretoko Goko Lakes and discover the untouched nature of Shiretoko.
Enjoy a leisurely nature tour on a 70-minutes horseback ride through the great outdoors while taking in the beautiful scenery of Abashiri.
Insight into Sapporo Beer
Take a tour of the Sapporo Beer Factory for an insight into beer and brewing.
Morning Local Immersion in Rausu
This morning, explore the local fishing village of Rausu. Enjoy the chance to witness a real fish auction and watch how the locals snap up their deals at the market.
Otaru by Rickshaw and Foot
Explore Otaru by rickshaw and experience the city in a unique way. Afterwards, take a stroll along the Otaru Canal and have a chance to visit the original stone-built warehouses.
Refreshing Lake Toya
Tour Lake Toya. Enjoy great views of the lake and the neighbouring Showa Shinzan at the observation deck of the Usuzan Ropeway. Make a stop at Lake Hill Toya and taste some of the best home-made icecream. Afterwards, proceed to Niseko for a horse-trek.
Sushi Making in Yoichi
Learn how to make sushi by preparing your own sushi rolls for lunch!
Tofu Making Class in Honbetsu
Take a trip to Honbetsu town to learn how to make tofu from soy beans with the local farmers - a wonderfully unique activity.
Tokachigawa Winter Dog Sledding
Get ready for a winter adventure as you try your hand at mushing a team of Alaskan Huskies!
Winter Exploration of Akan
Discover Eastern Hokkaido as you visit Mt Iou, Lake Mashu, known as the 'foggy lake' and immerse in the culture of the Ainu at the Ainu Kotan.
Location & directions
Niseko Village is on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido and the Kasara Townhouses are located at the base of Mount Niseko Annupuri.
How to get there
Niseko Village is well served by the New Chitose Airport, the largest commercial airport in Hokkaido, operating a large number of both domestic and international flights on a daily basis.
From Sapporo to Niseko Village via National Highway 230 is approximately 97km.
From New Chitose Airport to Niseko Village via National Highway 276 is approximately 110km
The average travelling time for both routes is 120 minutes and will vary depending on weather conditions.
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