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2 Bedroom Penthouse

Kira Kira
  • 5 Max Guests
  • 4 Beds
  • 300m from lifts

189-16 Aza Yamada, Kutchan-Cho, Hokkaido 044-0081

This spacious 2 bedroom penthouse apartment has the perfect upper village location - close to restaurants, bars and lifts. Modern interiors and furnishings along with the private terrace and outdoor jacuzzi provide a truly rejuvenating retreat.

  • Balcony
  • Bidet
  • CD Stereo
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Full Kitchen
  • Home Theater
  • Jacuzzi
  • Laundry
  • LCD TV
  • Microwave
  • Phone
  • Satellite TV
  • TV
  • WiFi
“Ski Valet service was excellent. All Niseko Central personnel were very helpful and efficient.”
Neil
“This is our fifth time back to Niseko and we are always impressed by the quality of the apartment we stay in. The Kira Kira building is really well located on Sasayaki Avenue in the upper village which means you are close to everything - the restaurants, the local gourmet deli, the ATM machine just down the road at Shiki and we can also ski to our front door from a snow track that leads down from the man gondola chairlift. Not many people know about this but it's really handy to get home as most other places you will have to walk home. There is also a little cafe directly across the street that sells the best hot muffins I've tasted! The three bed apartment is great for our family as there is plenty of living area for us as we'll as guests. Off the go skiing now it's dumping down outside! (Again...)”
Powderhound2013
“Kira Kira was a fantastic place to stay. After getting the Coolstar bus from Chitose we were taken straight to out door. Owing to the snow it took a bit longer to get to Hirafu. Everything in the apartment was great for our party of six. Any issues were fixed up by Simon and the Niseko Central Team immediately. I would stay at Kira again close to shops, slopes, onsets and with the ski valet the walk to the slopes was a breeze.”
Leavogill