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Best things to do in Niseko, Abuta District

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“Part of the Niseko United resorts is Annupuri Ski Resort. Annupuri is a great option for those looking to head to the sidecountry, or access Niseko's backbowls.”
10 locals recommend
Corner Shop
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“Seicomart located at the Hirafu Intersections is open daily until 11 pm and offers an ATM, Currency Exchange and a variety of snacks, beverages and fresh produce. Hot Chef serves a variety of Japanese meals to- go that are quite delicious. ”
6 locals recommend
Corner Shop
“The lawson convenience store in Hirafu is open 24/7 and offers a large variety of snacks, beverages as well as a few hot bites such as Chicken and Nikuman. ”
5 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“A Izakaya which is a Japanese style pub serving tapas style dishes. Come for an authentic taste of Japan at a affordable price. ”
7 locals recommend
Store
“For equipment hire, these guys are the best in town! They are good friends of mine and will hook you up with a discount on your rentals. To enjoy 5% off, use this code when booking: AaronJ164”
10 locals recommend
Hotel
“A 15-minute drive from Hirafu village, the onsen at Hilton Niseko Village has a spacious outdoor bath with classic stone construction. An iconic setting with views of Mt. Yotei across a Japanese Carp filled pond.”
7 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The Niseko Supermarket and Deli stocks fresh local produce as well as any imported luxury items you may find yourself craving. Also an ideal location to sip a coffee and absorb the magnificent Mt Yotei if it decides to make an appearance that is!”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Choose from a meat/ fish/ vegetarian plate and help yourself from the buffet table to a feast of vegetable and potato dishes and deserts to polish off if you have room that is. Restaurant also open for dinner. Also within the grounds is the bakery, treat yourself to the choux buns, cheese tarts, ice cream and a range of other goodies.”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“Creative and delicious cocktails, warm and cozy atmosphere. Look out for movie showings in the Birdhouse Theater upstairs.”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Endorsed by Anthony Bourdain, Rakuichi Soba is an experience for the senses. Enjoy this omakase course, whilst watching the soba master prepare your meal in front of you! Be sure to book (way) in advance, as reservations are hard to get!”
11 locals recommend
Bakery
“Kids love this spot because they serve awesome soft-serve ice cream and cream puffs. 4 minute drive from Forest Hideaway.”
8 locals recommend
Establishment
“Moiwa Ski Resort! Like them on Facebook to get a discount on your liftpass!”
7 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Tour brochures and kind staff to provide the area info. Food stands and local produce market for visitors to stop by.”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Very close. Decent Indian. They do deliveries too, or take-away. Can usually get a table.”
6 locals recommend
Corner Shop
“A selection of the basics if you run out of eggs, milk, bread, cereal, salt, pepper, cigarettes etc. Very near to Forest Hideaway. A few unusual items as well, but pretty standard for a Japanese convenience store. ”
6 locals recommend
Hotel
“Located on the first floor of the Hotel Niseko Alpen, this onsen facility is equipped with sauna, and both indoor and outdoor onsen baths. There is also a 25 meter swimming pool and stone sauna available.”
6 locals recommend