Location

Transportation

The selected Olympic Village location for the future 2030 Winter Olympic bid.


Niseko Village

The resort is located in the core area of the main venue for the 2030 Winter Olympics (in application). The area has attracted famous four star and five star luxury hotels such as the ''Ritz-Carlton Hotel”, which will open in December 2020 near the resort.

Niseko is the top five ski resort in Asia

Niseko Village is located at the center of Niseko United that links four ski resorts – Annupri, Village, Hirafu and Hanazono. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy all four in one pass.
There are also commercial areas near by for visitors to enjoy shopping and entertainment.


Domestic traffic

There are multiple daily direct flights to Hokkaido from major cities in Japan.

Japan Railways (JR) currently runs Tohoku/Hokkaido Shinkansen up to Hakodate, Hokkaido and is extending to Sapporo station by 2030, passing through Kutchan Station (Niseko), providing Niseko visitors with more convenient access.

The government is vigorously promoting Niseko tourism.

Shuttle bus
From New Chitose Airport to our resort

Time required: Approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes

A shuttle bus that connects directly from the international arrivals at Chitose Airport to the resort is convenient.



From our resort to the ski resort

Time required: Approximately 2 minutes (every 15 minutes)

Railroad


By Shinkansen, you can get to Niseko/Kutchan in 5 hours from Tokyo

Currently, the terminal station is the Shin-Hakodate Hokuto station. In order to host the 2030 Winter Olympics, the government and JR is extending the railways from Shin-Hakodate Hokuto to Sapporo, adding Kutchan/Niseko as a new station by 2030. The additional railway connection will enable visitors to access Niseko from Tokyo metropolitan area in 5 hours.


Access from Tokyo

The journey time :About 5h (Expected to complete in 2030)



Access from New Chitose Airport

The journey time :About 3 h 27 minutes