Founded in 2006, our company has experience managing all types of properties. From single houses to large apartment buildings we do it all.
The official company name is Niseko Management Service. Since the summer of 2015 we have operated under the name "Vacation Niseko".
Our company is a subsidiary of Nihon Harmony Resorts Group (NHR), which owns and operates the Hanazono ski area in Niseko. Therefore as staff you will have access to discounts and specials related to this part of the mountain.
We believe our employees provide quality customer service to our wide range of guests.
We believe that hard work and perfectionism can be rewarding.
We believe that a positive work environment and teamwork can create a memorable holiday.
We believe that outside of work you should be able to enjoy everything Niseko has to offer.
We will ask you to work an average of 5 days a week, 8 hours a day.
We will ask for flexibility during peak times and when last-minute issues arise.
We will be try to honor your day-off requests
We will ask our year round staff to support you if you have any difficulties at work or are injured.
We will treat our seasonal staff fairly and with respect.
Some of the Properties we manage
Niseko Landmark View
One of the first self-contained apartment complexes in Hirafu under our management, this building is comprised of more than 40 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments.
This building contains our main check-in hub, the "Front Desk" team work mainly here, assisting guests staying in properties across Hirafu Village.
With custom-designed furniture and commissioned artwork, this building is a real jewel that requires extra special attention.
One staff member is positioned at MUSE reception mornings and afternoons to help our guests with any question they may have. It also provides guest with a complimentary shuttle service every morning to take guests to the lifts.
LOFT Niseko is a set of four luxury apartments where the interior has been designed by the very famous yoo studio founded by Philippe Starck and John HitchCox.
Guests in this building have access to a complete range of concierge services, driving guests to the slopes in the morning and to the restaurants in the afternoon. Service of quality is held to the highest standard.
This expansive 7 bedroom house was once a Japanese "pension" style accommodation. The property has since been extensively renovated, blending European and Japanese styles making Greystone equally at home at the foot of Yotei or tucked away in the Alps.
Greystone is loaded with creature comforts but is still, at its heart, designed with skiers in mind: guests can plan their next backcountry excursion & using the massive, wall to wall, topographical map located downstairs. Unwinding after a day on the hill with a soak in the property's Japanese style bathtub is a big plus.