At "Sakuragaoka Park" located in front of JR Niseko Station, Katakuri began to bloom at last. There are still many buds left, and it seems that it will welcome around the end this weekend if warm days continue.
Why don't you come and visit Niseko Town to feel the spring of Niseko.
There are still snow and muddy on the walking street. Also, because branches of trees are also falling down, enough attention is required at the feet, but if you walk in places other than the aisle, the flowers that will bloom will collapse so please walk as far as possible.
"Furusato view point" in the Soga area The two cherry trees still can not enter due to snow because the road on the front is still open for blooming.
Note: Currently cherry trees are on the brink of fallen trees due to high age and disease.
After snow melting, in order to restore the crane of the cherry tree in the town, improve the soil of the foundation, install the soil and protective fence etc.
I think that it will be slightly troublesome for tourists, but we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Station surrounding information
Self-roasted coffee, herbal tea, homemade sweets, specialty nupuri curry are recommended.
There is also a popular lunch menu at Italian Izakaya directly operated by local Oomichi farm.
There is also a large parking lot directly opposite the station, and after walking, it is recommended to relax tiredness slowly at the hot springs. Because you can purchase special products and souvenirs without using hot springs, please stop by all means.
There are plentiful Niseko special products, agricultural products direct selling place, light snack corner, Niseko's familiar sightseeing spot. There is also a tourist office, so leave Niseko here.
For Niseko tourist information, please contact Niseko Resort Tourist Association.
Niseko Resort Tourist Association