Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a rare sanctuary of bespoke luxury nestled in the premier powder snow destination of Niseko Village in Hokkaido, Japan. This is the first Ritz-Carlton Reserve property in Japan, and the fifth in the world. Kachou Fuugetsu, the philosophy of discovering oneself through nature, is at the core of the resort experience.

Higashiyama Niseko Village welcomes guests to explore and discover the area's more than 2,100 acres of skiable terrain, groomed slopes and backcountry trails in the winter. In the summer, Niseko's emerald green forests and lush landscapes invite golfers, cyclists, trekkers and other outdoor adventure seekers to come and play. With a design aesthetic inspired by the beauty of its natural surroundings, the resort's 50 rooms and suites offer breathtaking views of nearby Mount Yotei and Mount Niseko Annupuri. Guests will be pampered with the ultimate in luxury at the resort, which features a traditional Japanese onsen fed by the mineral-rich waters of Niseko's natural underground thermal springs and Spa Chasi La Sothys. Dining at Higashiyama Niseko Village is elevated to another level, where highly skilled chefs interpret the exquisite culinary traditions of Japan with ingredients that reflect the changing seasons.



There is a special comfort that encapsulates the mountain experience in Hokkaido, a harmonious blend of warmth and serenity. The resort rooms and suites at Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve are designed around that experience, inviting the beauty of nature to flourish within. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out over Mount Yotei or Niseko Annupuri and décor blends classic and contemporary aesthetics to acknowledge the beauty of Niseko.

Golf at Niseko

As the chill of winter is replaced by the energizing arrival of summer, Niseko transforms into a haven for golfers from around the world. Moments from the resort, two 18-hole golf courses challenge players visiting Hokkaido to remain focused amid breathtaking natural beauty.

Winter Adventure

Known for the quality and quantity of its snow, the Niseko United ski area has long been a destination for devout skiers. The mountains offer an average annual snowfall of 60 feet, making them ideal for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and more. With the expertise of the resort’s Higashiyama Reservists, one can explore the slopes with the knowledge of a local and the excitement of a newcomer.