Niseko Onsen

There are a lot of nice Onsen, hot spas in Great Niseko Area.

Niseko Grand Hotel

There is a mixed bathing here which is a outdoor hot spring. If you don’t like it, there are bath rooms for women and men only. A open hot spa is mixed bathing widely opened to air which is very nice and comfortable. For women, there is a hot spa wear like a bath-robe for mixed bath. This is very popular for locals and tourists.

Tips: Kanro Spring Water

There is spring water for drinking in front of the hotel over the road. It is called Kanro no Mizu(甘露の水), which means sweet spring water. When Emperor Showa came here and drunk it, he said, “This water is very sweet”. That’s why people say this spring water Kanro no Mizu, Kanro spring water. People might get the spring by pet bottles and plastic tank. The hotel serves it for free at the lobby of the hotel. You can drink there, too.

Niseko Goshiki Onsen(ニセコ五色温泉)

Goshiki Onsen is located at the near top of Mt.Annupuri and Mt.Iwaonupuri. This is the most highest located hot spa in Niseko Area. In the middle of winter, there are tons of heavy snow and wild hot spa you will experience. This is the most famous hot spa in Niseko and has many hot spa fans.

  • Adult: 700 yen, Child: 500 yen
  • 10:00-20:00(last admission:19:00)
  • Tel: 0136-58-2707
  • Goshiki

Hotel Kanronomori(甘露の森)

Koikawa Onsen Ryokan(鯉川温泉旅館)

This is the oldest Onsen Ryokan, homely Japanese style inn in Niseko since 1899. Koikawa Onsen Ryokan keeps on being a nice and old Japanese style.  Wild and beautiful outdoor hot spa surrounded by a virgin forest. This is one of the best hot spa in Hokkaido and very familiar for locals.

Yugokorotei Niseko Annupuri Onsen(ニセコアンヌプリ温泉湯心亭)

Hito-no-Yado Niimi Honkan(秘湯の宿新見本館)

  • Adult: 500 yen, Child: 300 yen, Under 12: 200 yen, infant: 100 yen
  • 8:00~21:00
  • Tel: 0136-57-5231
  • Niimi Onsen


  • Adult: 900 yen, Child: 500 yen
  • 6:00-0:00(last admission:23:00)
  • Tel: 0136-50-2111
  • Moiwa

Hilton Niseko Village

Niseko Ekimae Onsen Kiranoyu(ニセコ駅前温泉綺羅乃湯)

 Ikoino Yuyado Iroha: former Hotel Niseko Ikoinomura

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