Hokkaido's seasons transform the unique landscape, setting the scene for unforgettable adventures into the soul of Niseko as our culinary artisans celebrate the regional farms and oceans creating fine gastronomic experiences to inspire your journey.
A Place of Exploration
Embrace solitude on a mountain trek or discover the healing powers of Japan’s hot springs at this alpine retreat dedicated to nature in all its forms
Rooms & Suites
The resort’s 50 rooms and suites are expressions of alpine luxury with breathtaking views of mounts Yotei and Niseko Annupuri and a blend of classic and contemporary design.
A Bountiful Land
For thousands of years, Niseko has been a place of beauty and bounty. Living off of the land, the indigenous Ainu-Kaributo and early settlers fished the Shiribetsu River and harvested potatoes, corn, soba and beans. The surrounding mountains were sanctuaries for thriving flora and fauna. Today, the community’s connection to the land continues, making Niseko a destination for those seeking flavorful culinary experiences and untouched nature.
An itamae leads diners on a journey through one of Japan’s renowned art forms: sushi. Presented omakase-style, menus feature local seafood and farm-sourced ingredients.
Kachou Fuugetsu, the philosophy of discovering oneself through nature, is at the core of the resort experience at Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. Self-revelations can arise while appreciating the local origins of what is on your plate, embracing the power of solitude while on a mountain trek or discovering the healing elements of Japan's hot springs. For resort guests, Hokkaido offers more than beauty; it inspires change.
Niseko’s emerald green forests, home to an array of flora and fauna, invite outdoor exploration with biking, trekking, zip-lining and other excursions.
Golf at Niseko
The green season in Hokkaido marks the arrival of golf season with two nearby courses. Each offers 18 holes set amid lush, green surroundings and majestic mountains.
More than 2,100 acres of skiable terrain, with groomed slopes and backcountry trails, creates the ideal setting for skiing, sledding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
The mineral-rich waters of Niseko’s natural hot springs are the perfect prelude to a spa experience rooted in ancient healing practices.
Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
919-28 Aza Soga, Niseko cho, Abuta gun, Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan, 048-1522
Private Car Service
Local Shuttle Complimentary
Dry Cleaning Service
Wake up Calls
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
Minimum Age to Check In: 18
Smoke Free Property
Pets Not Allowed
Accepts: Credit Cards
Concierge desk service
Property has elevators
Languages spoken by staff:
English, Japanese, Chinese
For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms, common areas or special services relating to a specific disability please call +81 136-44 3491
Accessible on-site parking
Property has elevators
Self Operating lift or a sloped entry in hotel swimming pools
Service Animals are Welcome
Valet parking for vehicles outfitted for drivers in wheelchairs
Van Accessible on-site parking
Accessible Entrance to On-Site Pool
Entrance to On-Site Business Center is Accessible
Entrance to On-Site Spa is Accessible
Main Entrance is Accessible
On-Site Restaurants are Accessible
Mobility accessible rooms
Carbon Footprint: 110.41 kg per room night
Water Footprint: 2286.95 liters per room night