Shiki Niseko

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Niseko, Japan

Ideally located amidst Niseko’s resort hub, Hirafu, SHIKI is a stones throw from renowned restaurants & bars. Complete with a relaxation spa & gymnasium, ground floor retail outlets and excellent access to the ski area’s central gondola, it is the ultimate ski destination.

Designed to capitalize on the diverse lifestyle and activities each season brings in Niseko, Shiki offers a sensational investment for one of the world’s fastest growing international ski resorts.

Shiki Niseko Information

Location & Getting There

A stone's thrown from Hirafu village's superb dining scene, shopping and slopes lies Shiki Niseko. The serviced residence is located 2.5 hour drive away from Hokkaido Airport.


Each of the 68 guestrooms at Shiki Niseko offer fully equipped kitchen, open plan living, washer/dryer and a contemporary Japanese design. Choose from 1 to 3 bedroom apartments accommodating from 2 to 6 guests in the utmost comfort.


- Terrace garden with apres-ski area
- Covered carpark
- In-house marketplace
- Dining: Michelin starred restaurant


Winter sport activities are the main pull at Niseko, reputed for its superb powder. First-timers, take a ski lesson or perhaps try your hand at snowboarding. After a day on the slopes, relaxing in a onsen is a pleasurable experience, followed by dining in the many great restaurants that the city has to offer. In the summer, Niseko is a great holiday destination for hiking and being outdoors.


Children are welcome

Shiki Niseko Price Guide

4 out of 5

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Shiki Niseko Testimonials

Hi Melissa,

Thank-you for all your help in putting together this Niseko trip. We were impressed to have you on email and texts all the time while we were there too. Very helpful!

We had a brilliant time in Niseko this year.

I finally managed ski down the bunny hill and the whole family was very satisfied with Go Snow instructors.

Your recommendation of The Shiki apartment was spot on. The concierge was excellent and the apartment was modern and spotless.

Having amenities downstairs was a great plus.

Overall, we had a great time and am already thinking of heading back this Christmas!



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Tried & Tested

Ski season in Japan’s skiing capital – Niseko – is sadly over… but thank goodness there’s next year! Travel Designer, Melissa, went on an exciting ski trip (for the first time!) and is eager to get back on the slopes! While she was there, she stayed in the conveniently located and very welcoming, Shiki Niseko.

Where is Shiki Niseko located?

Shiki Niseko is right in the main Hirafu Village which is really where you’d want to be for easy access to ski, food and fun. It’s set right on the main road, and just a minute’s walk from good supermarkets, ski sport shops, ski school outlets and the shuttle bus stop. If you aren’t fussed about lugging ski gear 10-15min, it’s within walking distance from the Ace Family Lift as well. In the same amount of time, you’ll get to amazing Japanese ramen houses, traditional yakitori grills, international food joints, various watering holes and there’s a lovely bakery down the street as well.

What’s the accommodation like?

Apartments are really modern and so comfortable – it’s like the home we wished we had all decked up with the modern conveniences we can’t be without. Floor to ceiling windows look out over the slopes or village and on a clear day, the mighty Mount Yotei!


How easy is it to get to the slopes from Shiki Niseko?

Exclusive Shiki Shuttle Buses run every 30min in the mornings and hourly in the afternoons, ferrying skiers between the different lifts and gondolas, and dropping them off right outside the Shiki equipment locker rooms.

What facilities does Shiki Niseko have for kids?

Black Diamond, their in-house concierge, organises activities and ski lessons for the little ones and includes trips to the adventure playground 2 minutes away from Shiki by foot. It’s an ideal set up, having them look after the kids all day while the grown-ups go off piste.

Aside from skiing, what else is there to do in Niseko?

Niseko is becoming quite the year round adventure hub and in the summer, it’s excellent for outdoor sports – horse riding, rafting, canoeing, golfing, climbing, hot air ballooning, etc. There’s never a dull day in Niseko!

Lightfoot tip: Visit Niseko in early December, March or April for discounted luxury accommodation, fewer battles and crowds at the ski lifts and still fantastic powder.


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