When the big white melts away in favor of warmer temperatures, Hokkaido transforms into a fantastical fresh air destination. Amongst incredible natural settings and under stunning blue skies, to the wonder of star filled nights, the attraction of Hokkaido as a beyond winter destination continues to grow.
The heartbeat of the Niseko ski area, Hirafu has long been established as the go-to destination for property buyers and tourists alike. Home to the widest range of restaurants, bars and hotels as well as many iconic developments new and operational, from the glorious boutique hotel of Kyo, new for 2023, to the ever popular Vale Niseko, Intuition, Skye and Maples, and new kids on the block such as Setsu and Muwa.
As families look for more space in quieter settings, investors and developers are turning their attention to locations away from the hub of Hirafu such as Annupuri and Niseko Village, increasing the value of properties located in these easily accessible areas.
As soon as Hong Kong developers PCPD set their sights on Hanazono, its destiny was predetermined; to become the home of elegance, opulence and prestige. Coupled with enhanced food and dining options, as well as premium retail outlets, the area of Hanozono will be firmly established as the go-to mountain resort for discerning travelers of style and grace.
As Hokkaido’s largest all-season resort, Rusutsu is beloved for its magical winters, world class golf courses, popular amusement park and hot springs onsen complex. And for families with younger children who are looking to purchase a property in the region, there is simply nowhere more enchanting and child friendly than Rusutsu.
Furano’s appeal extends well beyond winter, with equally strong income potential from visitors descending on the town in the summer. Located in the heart of Hokkaido, Furano is served by both Sapporo New Chitose Airport and Asahikawa Airport, as well as various train and bus connections.