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Niseko Annupuri, Abuta-gun: Address, Niseko Annupuri Reviews: 4/5

Niseko Annupuri
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iamwenzong
Singapore, Singapore456 contributions
Loved the area
Feb 2020 • Friends
Annupuri was a lot of fun with the many gentle slopes, along with a wide variety of food in their restaurant.
Written February 19, 2020
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Michael C
47 contributions
Niseko resorts
Jan 2017 • Couples
Of the 4, Annupuri and Hirafu were my favorites. Hirafu has more options but Annupuri is wide open with lots of trees and much less crowded. The Village side was ok. Nothing social. Hanazono was fun because of all the tree runs that I went through. It's a fun mountain if you are into side country. There are more tree runs than on piste. Hiring a guide for the back bowls/ back country/ side country is well worth it.

We'll be back!
Written January 20, 2017
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jasminag2001
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia83 contributions
Great place for family skiing
Mar 2015 • Family
We had a wonderful experience here. The beginner slopes are steeper than those in Niseko Village, but after we got the hang of it, it was loads of fun. We liked the cafe here as well, with lots of choices and more affordable than other ski resorts in Niseko. The only downside was there was no free wifi provided.
Written March 11, 2015
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Skandiriga
Perth, Australia65 contributions
The Best Powder!
Feb 2014 • Solo
Visited this place in mid Feb 2014, heaps of snow and the snow quality was epic, light and dry. I have skied in NZ & Canada neither could produce snow like this, it was all time perfect and worth the $$'s and time spent getting there for me. It was a reccy mission for me just to check it out for future visits whack are definitely going to happen. Wish I'd taken the time to learn some basic Japanese…..please, thank you etc, but they are very patient and accommodating people. This place wasn't outrageously expensive, cheaper than Revelstoke, Canada and better deeper powder. On the downside the lifts are a bit old, little slow and if your a slider who likes to get up there and get maximum meterage in then it can get a bit frustrating sitting on lifts longer than sliding on snow. I stayed at 1Niseko Towers as I couldn't get last minute accommodation at Annupuri which was 10mins away, no probs tho. I did discover that staying at Annupuri had its plus's, more untracked powder runs by far, before all the crew from the other 2 resorts had fought lifts up they're side and traversed across, this was good!. Annupuri had less crowds early this lacked a bit for nightlife and restaurants, this being skied out each day didn't bother me too much as a soak in an Onsen and bed were all I felt like after going hard all day. There is a time of the season when the powder is better, deeper and more of it than other times, a Japanese instructor told me during a good friendly chat, but….I'm not telling you guys ;-)
Skiers Get Deeper!
Written February 26, 2014
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