Japan has reopened it's borders ...but what is it like after COVID-19?
From winter 2020, NISADE is welcoming 4 x Resorts in Hokkaido to its growing portfolio of premium accommodations.
The Vale Rusutsu
The Vale Rusutsu opening in December 2020, will be managed and operated by Niseko Alpine Developments [NISADE], the multi-award winning team who delivered the World’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel, The Vale Niseko.
Fenix Furano, developed by Zekkei due to open in Summer of 2020, is a year-round planned 62 unit complex with ski-in/ski-out access next to the Kitanomine Gondola. Tourists are flocking to the beautiful lavender fields in Summer and Hokkaido’s second largest terrain in winter.
Yu Kiroro, having opened in December 2019 is setting the new benchmark of premium self-contained accommodation in Hokkaido, encompassing the surrounding nature in its design. Kiroro receiving Japan’s greatest amount of snowfall, the all inclusive resort has activities right through from families to back-country powder seekers.
Intuition Niseko, also developed by Zekkei, situated diagonally opposite to the Ace Family lift and The Vale Niseko in a unique forest setting. Intuition is a luxurious condominium hotel and 10 villa residence with onsen, dining and concierge facilities set to open in 2020/21 Winter season.
NISADE is bringing 4x seasons and 4x resorts to our valued customers and offering multi-resort packages to make the best of your time in Hokkaido.
Japan borders officially opened on October 11th with a new set of guidelines that makes it nearly as easy as Pre COVID travel!
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