October 16th, 2010
Niseko Alpine Developments will be releasing new developer stock soon.
Stay tuned; ski-in ski-out properties are rare. Get in early before the winter season hits full swing.
Contact email@example.com for early details.
October 13th, 2010
Niseko’s autumn signal the end of the alpine summer and the onset of the powder snow.
Flying in from Hong Kong and the change of season is just sensational. The oranges, reds and deep greens of the Japanese alpine wilderness, the crisp forest smells and daily change of the surrounding National Forest foliage is just so unique to Niseko.
It’s hard to image such wilderness is only a short flight from the Hong Kong environs. Niseko property owners have been in town reveling in the alpine colors - they only happen for a short period, sometimes only two weeks, and change timing and intensity depending on the year.
September 24th, 2010
What could be better than relaxing at the bottom of the ski run in a heated pool, enjoying the mountain views and discussing your best pow run of the day.
Next the to The Vale Bar & Grill at The Vale Niseko, is the ski village’s only outdoor pool. It overlooks the heated Apres Ski Deck across the Ace Family ski run so you can watch your friends ski in after a day in the prime powder.
July 26th, 2010
Little do many of the winter ski revelers know that Niseko is only a 45 minutes drive to the coast Being on a small island, you have two coasts to choose from, the Sea of Japan or Pacfic Ocean.
Both areas are beautiful in their unique rugged way. The Japanese coastline is a sight for any visitor - vertical cliffs, unbelievably deep forest greens and super clear water.
On the Sea of Japan side, the fishing is unbelievable. A key spot is Shakotan, about 1.5hrs drive from Niseko. The bed and breakfast (a Ryokan called Uni-Ya) there is owned by a local fisherman who serves up the best sushi I would say in all of Hokkaido. Fish are caught at 6am and on your plate by lunch - the ultimate in fresh sushi.
Many current Niseko property owners are making their way up in summer to experience the green side of Niseko and its surrounding areas.
Pic: Coastal Shakotan.
June 23rd, 2010
From today to July 15, Niseko Alpine Developments [ Nisade ] will open it’s onsen and pool in The Vale Niseko free.
The perfect warmdown after a hard workout in the Bunker Gym (basement level of The Vale) or just simply relax and enjoy an age old Japanese tradition. The water at this Niseko onsen are about as pure as they come - full of healing minerals, the natrium rich experience is a truly unique way to unwind.
Daily 4 to 6pm.
For further infomation call Niseko Alpine Developments on 136 22 0058.