Moiwa Lodge
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Moiwa Lodge

451-6 Aza Niseko, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun 048-1511 Hokkaido
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#7 of 16 lodges in Niseko-cho
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Moiwa Lodge is a large Japanese ski lodge, with 4 stories of facilities, including: restaurant, ski room, drying room, TV's and DVD, pool table, large comfy communal areas, wireless internet throughout, traditional Japanese bar, and games area. The lodge is slopeside in Moiwa and a free 3 minute shuttle to Annupuri - giving you access to the entire Niseko area.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Game room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Highchairs available
Airport transportation
Street parking
Bar / lounge
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Complimentary welcome drink
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Vending machine
Ski rentals
Ski school
Board games / puzzles
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
First aid kit
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Clothes rack
Room types
Mountain view
Landmark view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Japanese, Swedish


451-6 Aza Niseko, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun 048-1511 Hokkaido
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Somewhat walkable
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Okadama Airport
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Daniel R wrote a review Feb 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I've stayed all over the Niseko area, and have yet to find a better place to come home to after riding all day. This year was my fourth year at Moiwa Lodge and I am consistently impressed.

The staff consists of mostly native English speakers and a few really awesome Japanese locals. They are all always so incredibly cheerful and eager to help whenever they can. 

Yukari, the superhero cook, makes huge breakfast every morning. Like a hotel breakfast but WAYY better! Four to five different types of homemade bread, plus eggs, bacon, sausage, cereals, juices, loads of coffee. I usually didn't even need lunch after stuffing myself. 
Dinners are between 1,000-1,500yen, reasonably priced and totally worth it. Yukari, again crushes it with a variety of authentic Japanese meals. 

Nao, the bartender, is a backcountry guide during the day and has fantastic advice on where to ride if you need it. Or you can just walk up about 100 steps to the Moiwa lift and realize there's powder everywhere and no lift lines.
From Moiwa you can also ride over to all the other resorts too so you never actually have to take a bus. 

If you're a work-traveler like myself, there's plenty of spots to work from within the lodge. Internet usually works great except sometimes around dinner when everyone is at the lodge sucking data. Also the wifi in the dorm rooms on the bottom floor can be spotty. But when the rest of the lodge is so relaxing and comfortable, you really don't spend too much time in the dorms. Although the beds are quite comfy as well.

The entire lodge is very well equip as well, from shampoo and laundry soap to backcountry gear rentals. It's clear that they've though of everything you could ask for.

Overall Moiwa Lodge is, in my opinion, the definition of "great bang for your buck". Depending on the room(s) you book, it can be more expensive than other places in Niseko but 100% worth every penny (or yen). These people know how to run a lodge and make you feel very welcome.
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Date of stay: February 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Iszak wrote a review Feb 2020
Wollongong, Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Upon pickup we were immediately immersed into a false sense of royalty like status.

With an above an beyond approach to guest happiness we were stoked with the service the lodge provided from the second we arrived in moiwa. They picked us up almost immediately from our drop-off point down the road at another hotel and once we arrived at the lodge we were given a tour of the facilities and explained best times to travel to other ski resorts, lifts into Niseko town, future weather conditions ect. Can’t rate it enough.

The location was absolutely epic! Located a stones throw from the moiwa chairlifts it was an incredible sight to eat breakfast to!
The lodge itself was homey and extremely comfortable! The rooms were also very spacious and well payed out with a setup aimed at a social space to employ a communal/ lively atmosphere but still had private enough bunks to maintain a closed space if that’s what you desired.

Common areas were also a great vibe, with trivia on Thursday nights and a pretty good dinner menu to pick from. Breakfast was an absolute ripper of a time! Such a good feed to prepare you for a big day of shredding the mountain.

Would highly recommend to anyone!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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andrewk06 wrote a review Dec 2016
Los Angeles, California
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The staff really were outstanding and made this whole experience worth while: Stu, Johnny, Jack, Lily, and the bartender to name a few. Even observing them tend to other tenants needs, they were great. I stayed here for 4 nights and would absolutely stay again. There is a daily shuttle that runs in the morning and afternoon to get you to Annupuri and Hirafu/Hanazono. Bar were a blast. Food was good. Bed was super comfortable. Bathrooms were all very clean.
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Date of stay: December 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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KristineA wrote a review Feb 2019
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked a stay a Moiwa Lodge for Feb 2019. We were quite looking forward to it as it was a bit of a splurge for us (about $300/night and they made us stay for a minimum of 5 nights). It was to be our last 5 nights of skiing in Japan.
We were extremely disappointed with th lodge. I should preface with- we came to japan to ski and not party everynight. If you are looking for a place to meet young westerners to drink with, this place is for you. Otherwise, read on:
First, I was completely ignored by 3 of the staff as I walked through the door to check in. Only as I stood in front of the desk for about 3 minutes did Dirk (the owner) ask if I needed anything. He was very nice but it was clear to me that we were not going to be treated as guests here, but more like yurt companions...

The lodge also contains a number of dorm rooms which are inhabited by young (mostly Australian) males who enjoy drinking and smoking into the night. This is all fine, except that the walls are thin and folks are allowed (or at least did) smoke and talkloudly in front of the lodge all night. Making it extremely difficult to sleep (loud and smelly).

The staff is comprised by young westerners on gap year who could care less about your stay at moiwa and seem to be upset that they need to get breakfast ready for guests. Also, a note on the food: breakfast is cereal and toast with a big bowl of partially cooked scrambled eggs and bacon. And the dinners are most certainly made from packaged sauces. We ate there one night and vowed to never eat there again.

The common areas were always messy- I noted a dirty towel and 2 empty beer pints on the 2nd floor common area on our first night. It was still there on the 3rd night until I picked everything up and tidied the area (which contained a dirty couch and a broken arm chair). Same with the 3rd floor eating area- it was Very messy.

The ladies shower (note- everyone shares a shower) was gross. We had spent the week bathing in Onsens so we were completely comfortable with the shared shower aspect, but these showers were extremely cold, messy and dingy.

I should note that our room had a nice view and the beds were semi comfortable. (Each earning a star).

If We has not spent so much money per night on our room, I would not be complaining. But next time, I’ll spend the same amount down the road to have a little bit better accommodation. But this really actually unacceptable for people who are not looking to party every night.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tompassmore wrote a review Jan 2018
United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Moiwa Lodge is an amazing place to come if you want to ski fresh pow day after day. Last time I came to Niseko I stayed in Hirafu which is so crowded I didn't ski nearly as much good snow (despite more snow falling).

This time we came as a group of 15 people and hired both cottages which was perfect. Each cottage has a downstairs bedroom, kitchen-diner and bathroom and upstairs there are 3 semi separated rooms. In the lodge there's a restaurant that serves hearty food, a cosy and cook bar, pool table and plenty of places to hang out. There's a good hearty breakfast with loads of cereal, bread, fruit, juice, bacon, eggs etc.

The highlight of the lodge was the staff who were great, in particular Wasabi and Kate who were both amazingly helpful, giving us advice on where to ski, lifts around the place, making restaurant reservations, returning deposits for lift passes when we forgot etc. You name it, they can help

In terms of skiing Moiwa is super quiet which means that on a good day there's no one on the slopes. On the two powder days we had we just lapped Moiwa for 2 days and it was just about tracked out by last lift. It's also really easy to get into the backcountry if you have skins so it's a great place. If you don't like skiing, I'd say you would get pretty bored in Moiwa.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled on business
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japg0303 wrote a review Jan 2018
Victoria, Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My stay in moiwa lodge was so good. I stayed in a dorm room of 6 people. The dorms are spacious and comfortable. They have a heater, fridge and luggage space. The managers and staff are a bunch of legends who will go above and beyond to make your stay comfortable and fun! They offer a bus service to nearby mountains and into hirafu as well. The breakfast was so good and the dinners were even better! The bar in the lodge was a lot of fun, especially over New Year’s Eve! The actual snow was fantastic and there is a lot of sneaky terrain out of the gates. A bit of hiking is a must to catch the best pow. Overall I loved moiwa lodge and I can’t wait to go back one day!
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Katrina L wrote a review Apr 2017
Iloilo City, Philippines
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked a cabin for 3 nights and we loved the place. The cabin was good for 8 with a bedroom for 2 on the first floor with all the other beds upstairs. It was fully furnished and very roomy. Only issue would be that there was only one bathroom. Since we were only 4, it wasn't a problem but if we were more it would probably have meant it would take longer for everyone to be ready. Other than that the cabin was lovely. The beds were comfortable and the comforters kept us nice and comfortably warm during the night. The heaters also worked very well to help keep us comfortable even if it was freezing outside.
It also came with a fully equipped kitchen so you can cook your meals, which is good since
Moiwa is the more quiet section of Niseko, without much in the way of restaurants and the like.
The owner and the staff were very nice and helpful and since we were there right after the season ended we the place pretty much to ourselves mostly with only a few other guests who were staying in the main lodge.
Suggest you rent a car for the duration of your stay so you can get around since taxis are scarce but you can usually easily call one and they know the lodge very well.
Since it was off season, Charles was kind enough to drive us pretty much everywhere and we would just call a cab to get back to the lodge at the end of the day. He also gave us suggestions on where to eat and where to go which were actually very good recommendations.
They serve breakfast and if we asked they would probably have also served us dinner. Breakfast was a casual affair of cereals, sausage, bacon, eggs and bread with accompanying spreads. Plus juices, coffee, etc.
did I mention the bread? It's homemade by their amazing cook and she makes several varieties. When we were there she'd made white, pumpkin, walnut and walnut and raisin and they were all very, very good. It's hard to resist her fresh bread! The dining/recreation area also has board games, toys for kids and a massage chair available for anyone to use.
All in all a lovely place to stay where you don't feel like your a paying guest but a friend staying over. I'd definitely go back the next time
I find myself booking a trip to Niseko.
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Flans_Travel wrote a review Feb 2017
Alexandria, Egypt
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Moiwa Lodge is everything a ski lodge should be. Its wooden, warm and welcoming and offers a comfortable and hassle free stay right at the bottom of some virtually deserted slopes.
Moiwa is a great place for beginners to learn and practice or the more advanced to base themselves for experiencing the multitudes of runs on the surrounding resorts.
The staff at the lodge were friendly and helpful and they ensured that all questions were answered and all needs met. We'll definitely visit again.
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Date of stay: February 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AlvaroReinoso wrote a review Feb 2016
Canggu, Indonesia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I booked this place because it seemed to be great. As said, it seemed... I stayed for three nights and thanks god I didn't book it longer.

First day, they have scheduled shuttle for certain days of the week from Hirafu to Moiwa. We waited for over than 25min under snow. The scheduled shuttle never came. We had to take a cab and paid 4000 yens. They just apologized and said they would check with the driver and get back to us. Never happened. Once in the place, the lodge is cool. However, the stayed wasn't that good at all. No windows in the room located in the the basement and sharing with 7 more people... Then the owner was busy with his guests and making a lot of noise every night in the restaurant/common area. No respect at all for the rest of clients, the ones who paid... Finally they overcharged your credit card with extra fees (they never mentioned this). This happens in not developed countries as Japan in South East Asia. No place else in Japan, only here. Despite all this, you can meet cool people to share your ski experiences.

Hospitality is missed sometimes when places get popular. It shouldn't happen. There are much better places in Niseko area, better hospitality and price.
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Date of stay: February 2016
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Dirk N, Owner at Moiwa Lodge
Responded 21 Feb 2016
Hi Alvaro, Thanks for staying with us, and also for your review. I am sorry to hear about your negative experiences with the lodge. The reviews we get from our guests are overwhelmingly positive so I am sad to hear yours are not the same. This season we offer complimentary shuttles to Hirafu on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening going to/from Seicomart. The bus leaves exactly on time every day. If you arrive one minute late, the bus driver (a local punctual Japanese man) will have gone. This is something we find quite endearing as it is part of being in Japan - i.e. they are extremely punctual. I am sorry if you missed the transfer, but you were the only one who missed it that evening. As you booked a dorm room (located downstairs) it is difficult to have windows - it's tough to have windows in the basement. However, should you want to book a twin room we have lovely windows facing out onto the mountain. We have many guests staying with us who are long time returning customers or friends. In your instance, we had old friends who were full paying guests, who also have a right to enjoy the lodge like everyone else. If their cheerful demeanor upset you, then we apologise. At all times we try to ensure that all our guests are respectful and quiet after 10pm, which I believe has been the case all season. As for the extra card fees, I'm not sure how to respond. All our charges and fees are all laid out clearly in our terms, and available before you book. If you feel you have been overcharged, then please let us know about it. A lot of the time it is due to banks charging overseas transaction fees on their credit cards, but I have gone over your booking and there don't seem to be any errors. Again, thanks for staying with us and for your comments. We will use your review to try to improve our offering for future guests. We hope to see you again some time soon.
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stevejacko wrote a review Feb 2015
Perth, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
As a couple in our 50's, in mid February, we stayed in a private room at Moiwa Lodge. From the minute we were greeted on our arrival, to our departure, we were made welcome by the warm and friendly staff. The property is well maintained and is clean. The breakfasts provided were ample and the home made breads were a treat. The chef catered for my vegan dietary requirements and the evening meals were better than those I ate in Tokyo.

For those people who do not participate in snow sports the Moiwa Lodge was very accommodating as it was a wonderful quiet place to relax during the day, providing numerous areas in which one can sit and enjoy the view and utilise the free Wi-Fi. Free tea and coffee was also available throughout the day.

I would recommend the Moiwa Lodge as a place to stay and look forward to returning to it. Thank you to Dirk and his friendly staff for making this a memorable stay.
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Date of stay: February 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Dirk N
Pornic, France2 contributions
Hi Karl, Thanks for the message. We receive a lot of young families at Moiwa Lodge. Our cottages have private kitchenette and bathroom facilities, whilst our family rooms inside the main lodge building have private bathrooms, but no kitchenette. There are microwaves, grill ovens, fridges, tea/coffee facilities, etc. for general use in the main lodge, however these are not located in your room. We are a little away from a supermarket, however we do operate a shuttle bus that can take you in to Hirafu and back again with a short enough turnaround time to not be inconvenient. There are plenty of restaurants around that will suit. We have one in our lodge, there is a Japanese izakaya restaurant 50m away (Matsuri), Italian about 100m, Korean 100m, and there are tons of other restaurants around that will do a pick-up/drop-off service - that is, we make a booking for you, and the restaurant will come and pick you up and drop you at the restaurant, and then drop you back to the lodge at the end of your meal - it is all free of charge. If you would like a free information pack that contains a lot more information about the lodge and the local area, you can find the link at the bottom of the 'book now' page on our website. We hope to see you in Moiwa next season! Dirk
Answer from foodhunter007
Edmonton19 contributions9 helpful votes
There is an unlocked communal area for skis, boots and equipment. For high value personal equipment, would ask the hostel to keep in their office if needed.
Answer from Dirk N
Pornic, France2 contributions
Hi Catherine, Thanks for the message. Here is a bit of info from our information pack: Most likely you will be arriving to Hokkaido by way of the New Chitose Airport (Sapporo’s main airport). The best way to organise a bus to/from Chitose airport and Niseko is to book it yourself. Google "Niseko Airport Shuttle", and use the service by that name. This ‘Niseko Airport Shuttle’ service wipes 1 hour off the traditional journey time from New Chitose airport which stops at a heap of other resorts on the way! Unlike other buses that service the area, this stops in Moiwa BEFORE the rest of Niseko, so it is very fast. We will only pick up guests arriving in the Moiwa area, so book your bus to the ONE NISEKO hotel in Moiwa. The steps to follow: 1) Book your transfer on the Niseko Shuttle Bus website. Be sure to allow at least 1 hour between the scheduled flight arrival time and the bus departure time. Your destination should be booked as One Niseko – this is the bus stop in Moiwa. 2) Once you receive confirmation, please email this to us With regard to the shuttles from Moiwa to Niseko, I assume you mean Hirafu. We operate 3 free hourly shuttles in the morning, and 2 in the afternoon. 3 times a week we also operate an evening shuttle to Hirafu and back again 2 hours later. Let me know if you ave any other questions. We're looking forward to seeing you in Moiwa this winter! Cheers, Dirk
Answer from Sonja M
Geraldton, Western Australia, Australia39 contributions17 helpful votes
I stayed in the dorm, so not sure. I loved the lodge, had food there in the restaurant or and went out for food every night, not sure about the cooking. There is not really a deli in Moiwa. A couple of free shuttles a week to Harufu village for some shopping.
wayne R wrote a tip Mar 2019
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"all rooms are nice"
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suzverbeke wrote a tip Mar 2018
Victoria, Canada25 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't get stuck in room F"
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Blakely1958 wrote a tip Feb 2018
Canberra, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room I stayed in on bottom floor filled with group of men drinking all night."
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the_Andrew_Gray wrote a tip Jan 2018
Amsterdam40 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Talk to Erin or Dirk before booking and they'll help you choose the best room for your needs."
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KateNaSceri wrote a tip May 2017
Dublin, Ireland7 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"8 bed lodge perfect for families or groups"
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Which popular attractions are close to Moiwa Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Niseko Moiwa Ski Resort (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Moiwa Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Moiwa Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Moiwa Lodge?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Moiwa Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sobadokoro Rakuichi, Karabina, and Kobito.
Does Moiwa Lodge have airport transportation?
Yes, Moiwa Lodge offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Moiwa Lodge?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Moiwa Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Japanese, and Swedish.
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