You certainly do find ski apartments in Japan, but most packages from the UK tend to feature hotels. If this page looks a little empty, drop us a line to see if SNO can put together a holiday with an apartment for you (there are some super options in Niseko).
Depending on the resort you’re based in, you might find that the dining scene revolves around hotel restaurants, or that there’s more choice of independent eateries.
Whether you’re buying ingredients in a local food shop – like the Niseko Supermarket & Deli – or enjoying them ready prepared in a restaurant, the ski resorts in Hokkaido have some of the freshest vegetables and seafood you’ll eat (the island is known as ‘Japan’s breadbasket’ for its fantastic cuisine).
Apartments grouped with flights and transfers make holiday planning simple, letting you enjoy the prospect of skiing Japan and focus on the packing.
View all ski apartments worldwide here.