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We stayed here as part of a ski group tour in February 2017 and travelled as a group of 4. The room had an attic room accessible via a very steep ladder, not for the fainthearted. There was only one gas powered heater in the...More
Kohsan, Tohsan & Josh were all really lovely, they managed to squeeze us in for an extra night when our travel plans went awry and were always on hand for tips and lifts to the gondola. Their customer service was excellent and they made us...More
Our family had the best time. Full note is in a great spot a very short walk from the main strip. Near by are a supermarket numerous places to eat. An international atm, gym, information centre and both ski and snowboard entries are less than...More
I felt like I had a japanese family staying here. So kind. Tosan picked all five of us up from the train station and drove us back. The accommodation is very cool with people from all over the world staying. Tonight we are going to...More
Our first visit to Niseko and was a little concern about staying in a lodge with common bathrooms but Pension Full Note was a pleasant surprise! We were received by a warm welcome from Josh, Kahsan and Tohsan who came to pick us from Hirafu...More
USD 96 - USD 613 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello! This is our first time traveling to Niseko and we emailed Tohsan to book a room. He replied room is confirmed but there's no payment required upfront. May I check if this is the normal practice?
appreciate your advice as I am afraid we might end up without a room upon arrival.
11 October 2015|
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Response from kate s | Reviewed this property |
You should be OK. Don't worry, it is normal practice out here.
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"We are in the five person room with amazing snow views out the window. Beaut icicles growing daily."