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The hotel offers an easy access to the fascinating Hanazono Golf course, set in beautiful natural surroundings featuring a water creek, elevation changes and a natural white birch forest. 18 captivating holes at the doorstep of Mount Yotei. For more details, please email email@example.com
The 2022 summer will see the opening of an extraordinary light art installation within the vast nature of Niseko Hanazono Resort located in Hokkaido, Japan. Mountain Lights is proudly presented by Nihon Harmony Resorts KK in collaboration with Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono. The art installation will be open during the summer and autumn months of 2022, 2023 and 2024. Art installation opening period 2022: July 1st - October 10th, 2022
Try out the most popular summer outdoor activity on one of Hokkaido’s most beautiful rivers, the Shiribetsu River. Take advantage of a sport suitable for all ages and levels of experience during the spring and summer seasons once the snow had melted and met the river. Duration: 2.5 hours with 2 starts a day at 9:00 am and 1:30 pm. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
During green season, experience Niseko’s forest from the other side, cycling along with Mountain Bike and e-Bike, the Shiribetsu River or climbing the winter ski slopes for more action. All tours are fully supported by local expert guides. Public and private tours available from June to October. For more details, please email email@example.com
Feel on top of the world with Hanazono Forest Tree Trekking, a series of 6 high ropes courses laid out among the trees for an exhilarating and challenging experience. Courses include platforms to progress to with unique paths between each to test your courage and problem-solving abilities. Four courses also have a zipline where you can fly through the trees like a bird and feel the summer breeze in your hair. Courses range in level from Beginner to Intermediate so guests of all ages can be engaged. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
During the summer of 2022, Hanazono Zip World will commence operations with the unveiling of “Black Diamond SuperFly”, one of the world’s longest zipline networks and Asia’s longest zipline. It consists of 3 dual-cable ziplines with a total tour duration of up to 2 hours. Total Zip-World distance = 2,591m (427m, 464m, 1,700m). For more details, please email email@example.com
Guided Snowshoe Tours
Discover the nature of the Hanazono forest, its rich wildlife and flora as part of a small group.
Skiing and Snowboarding
Plunge yourself in the world’s finest powder snow with Park Hyatt Niseko’s ski in & ski out facilities. Ride over the ski slopes from Mount Annupuri to Hanazono. The wide open runs and off-piste slopes attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the world.
Experience some of the best views from Niseko range from a 600cc lightweight snowmobile. A private guide will take you through the lush forests through powder snow covered lands.
Lift Tickets, Ski School, Ski and Snowboard Rental, Kids Club, and all other Winter Activities
Please visit the Niseko Hanazono Resort website for more information.
Otaru City67 km
Spend the day in Otaru, the closest large city to Niseko and climb up Mount Tengu with the local ropeway to enjoy stunning city views. Have a walk through Sakaimachi Street and taste different local flavors before indulging in a sake tasting at Tanaka Sake Brewery Kikkougura. End your day in the Nitori Museum of Art, housed in one of Otaru’s city most historical buildings dating of the early 20th century or have a romantic stroll along the Otaru Canal.
Shikotsu-Toya National Park17 km
Located in Southwestern of Hokkaido, Shikotsu-Toya National Park is famous for its two lakes Toya and Shikotsu and offers visitors a large range of activities including hot springs with stunning views over caldera lakes and volcanic mountains. Both Shikotsu and Toya lakes were formed from collapses from a volcanic activity. Toya lake region also features Mount Usu, an active volcano last erupted in 2000 while Shikotsu region showcase few mountains inclusive of Mount Tarumae, one of Japan’s most active volcano last erupted in 1981. It is still possible to climb it (1h30) to enjoy spectacular views of the deserted crater landscape.
Located at a famous water village where the "delicious water" of Mt. Yotei constantly springs up, this large park features an observatory, playground facilities and shops. The spring pond in the park is a power spot that has been worshiped as a sacred place since antiquity and it is carefully protected by the local community. Recommended for an outing with family and friends.
Niseko View Plaza16KM
At the intersection of Route 5 and Iwauchi Toya Line, Mt. Yotei can be seen from Niseko View Plaza, a courtyard where you can relax outdoors that has shops and a tourist information center. This community-based stop-off spot allows you to shop for locally harvested vegetables and fruits, sweets, crafts and other unique Niseko products. It is a place where you can feel the hospitality of the people of Niseko and the charm of the area.
Sapporo City104 km
Sapporo, Japan’s 5th largest city and one of its newest, was chosen to be the capital city of Hokkaido at the beginning of Meiji Era, when the modern development of Hokkaido started. Sapporo became famous in 1972 thanks to the Olympic Winter Games and is known for its beer and ramen noodles. It also offers a rich variety of sites such as the Moerenuma Park, the Historic Village, Sapporo Beer museum, Odori Park, Susukino’a area, the Botanical Garden and many Onsen hot springs.
50 minutes drive from Niseko, Yoichi is a beautiful town at the heart of Hokkaido’s wine grape production. Alongside multiple old and new wineries, it’s also a town renowned for its fruits, excellent whiskey distillery and fresh seafood. Yoichi is designated as a part of the Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru Kaigan Quasi-National Park.
Of the numerous marshes scattered around the Niseko mountains, Shinsen-numa Marsh is said to be the most beautiful. Its name means “mystical mars” in Japanese and folklore says that Gods and forest hermits live here. A boardwalk provides easy access to this popular spot, where mountains, water and sky meet.
A mere 60 minutes’ drive from Niseko, Jozankei is a hot-spring resort located in a verdant ravine within the Shikotsu-Toya National Park. It has more than 155 years history and its first hot-spring bath opened in 1866. With its rich natural environment and four distinct seasons, Jozankei offers visitors stunning sceneries inviting for repeated visits.
The Ainu are an indigenous population of the northern region of Japan’s archipelago and Upopoy is an Ainu word meaning “singing together in a large group. The Upopoy National Ainu Museum and Park serves as a national center for the revival and development of Ainu culture, invaluable to Japan but at the risk of extinction. Experience the richness of Ainu culture within the plentiful natural surroundings on the shores of Lake Poroto. Takes around a 90 minutes’ drive from the hotel.