Home Luxury ski and snowboard Be the first to ski and snowboard fresh powder in Niseko – and then enjoy sushi under the stars

Adventurous guests are being invited to discover fresh and bottomless powder snow during mountain orientation programmes at the Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, in Japan.

An expert team of Higashiyama Reservists with guide skiers and snowboarders to exclusive locations from the ski-in ski-out sanctuary located in the vast wilderness of alpine peaks and open expanses of Niseko Village.

The full-day Ultimate Niseko Ski Adventure includes:

* Privileged access to the first tracks down Mizuno no Sawa, part of Niseko Village.

* Personalised ski gear fitting

* Exclusive guided access to the early morning gondola

* First lift access to the mountain.

* An All Mountain lift pass for Niseko United’s inter-linked ski resorts

* A curated collection of GoPro photographs

* Signature locally inspired après ski snacks and refreshments at the resort’s stylishly designed Ume Lounge.

The head of the Higashiyama Reservists experts is Satoshi Maeda who has a wealth of local knowledge of the mountain and Niseko itself.

Guests are also offered a Starlight Sushi On The Slopes experience when dishes are served on a handcrafted snow table surrounded by the mystical landscape beneath starry skies.


For more information and rates go to:  www.ritzcarlton.com/higashiyamanisekovillage

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