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Aoyama Lodge is situated on the outskirts of Niseko’s Hirafu Village. This ideal location allows guests to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and stunning views of Mount Yotei, with the added convenience of being just five minutes away from the ski fields and attractions of Hirafu Village.
Completed in 2019, this swanky new chalet presents a modern Japanese design aesthetic with Birchwood floors, feature walls and open communal living and dining areas. Large windows in the living areas and bedrooms provide stunning views of Mount Yotei and the raised tatami room is perfect for the kids or a Japanese-style dining experience.
The intelligent layout accommodates up to ten guests (eight adults and two children) and is perfect for families or groups of friends, with four ensuite bedrooms and extra bedding for the tatami room. Two covered carports and a secure dry room for ski equipment make this the perfect winter haven designed for you to enjoy Niseko’s famous powder snow.
The large dining table comfortably seats eight and the well-appointed sunken kitchen with bar seating is perfect when entertaining. After a long day on the slopes, why not take advantage of Niseko Gourmet, which can deliver groceries, or delicious and hot meals. They can even arrange for an in-chalet private dining experience wherein you can enjoy Japanese, Thai or western dishes prepared especially for you.
Guests checking into Aoyama Lodge can enjoy a complimentary breakfast welcome pack and free shuttle service in the winter season to get onto Niseko’s famous ski slopes. The shuttle can also take you to the village to enjoy Hirafu’s premium shopping and world-class restaurants.
Aoyama Lodge is the perfect mountain retreat from which to enjoy the unique experiences offered by the Niseko region.