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Perfect place to spend a few days in Niseko. The crew here are all in town b/c they love skiing and this Niseko community, which makes for an excellent experience. They have great beta on the best spots to find good snow, and will go...More
Black Diamond Lodge is THE place to stay in Niseko. The rooms are pretty basic, but very clean and offer everything you need on a skiing trip to Hokkaido.
BDL's biggest advantage is its staff, which really understands the needs of skiers & snowboarders and...More
Do you like to wake up to a hot breakfast every morning? Is ridding belly deep pow before 80% of the world wakes up something you might be interested in? Like meeting cool people from around the globe? Get here.
Literally everything from the staff...More
The staff were a pleasure, always very helpful and friendly. The breakfast is exactly what you needed before a long days touring. The beds are western sized beds, unlike some other accommodation in Niseko. It is far for luxury, but it is the best place...More
Unless you want to waste money on western style accommodations and not socialize you should stay here. Just one bus stop from Annapuri resort and 2 miles from Niseko Village you're in the heart of Hokaido powder paradise.
Rooms are small but comfortable, shared bathrooms...More
US$48 - US$86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We are planning a trip to Japan in mid March. Is that still a good time to ski? This is our first time skiing and maybe snowboarding.
Transport: advice on transfer & cost from nearest airport?
Equipment, etc: how much should we budget for ski items and slopes, cable car, etc? 3 or 4 days...
Tq very much for advice.
14 February 2015|
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Response from MeredithLCalgary|
I'm sorry! I don't know! It was our first time! I would message the lodge and see what they say!
Niseko is a great place to learn how to ski / ride - lots of pow and not a bunch of vertical!
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