Treasured memories in Niseko since 1982


Full Note Pension was founded in 1982 and is one of Niseko Hirafu’s original accommodations. Located in the heart of Niseko's Hirafu village, Full Note is a short walk to some of Japan’s most famous ski slopes.

A Japanese-style bed and breakfast, Full Note has all the comforts of a Western ski lodge, ideal for families, couples and those travelling alone. With a team of friendly and knowledgeable staff, the atmosphere is intimate, laid back and welcoming. Every guest is treated to personalised service with staff at hand to help organise guided day trips, provide restaurant recommendations and ensure you're settling into Niseko and the surrounding towns with ease. Every stay comes with arrival and departure pick up from the Niseko Welcome Centre.

Local lodge managers Yutama and Tomoko and the Whiteroom Team look forward to welcoming you to Niseko.


A Home Away from Home


Year round Fun

Pension Full Note operates in both the winter and summer seasons, offering activities for everyone and a great location for groups.



Drying Room

Ski/Board Room

Large Dining Area

Sunken Lounge & Open Fire

Half Note Cafe-Bar & Restaurant

Whiteroom Guiding Office



Bilingual Staff

Nearby resort shuttle to/from main ski slopes (free)

We can arrange:
> Lift Pass/Cat Skiing/Guiding/Lesson sales, rental equipment hire
> In house massage

Training camp for musicians (summer only)

Tennis camps and lessons (summer only)




Board games

Big Screen TV with Apple TV & Netflix

Free WiFi

Tennis courts (summer only) (5)

Get the best of Japan with Whiteroom


HALF NOTE Bar & Cafe

170 Yamada Kuchan-cho
Hokkaido, Japan 044-0081

Tel: 0136-23-2727
Fax: 0136-22-5568


Wonderful place!

“We had the best four days at Full Note. The staff were unbelievably helpful - even dropping us at the station at 6am! Our room was cosy and comfortable and the food was great. It's a real bonus being near the Yakuro Onsen too. We hope to return one day! Thank you Yu and team for looking after us so well.”

Els H, United Kingdom - 15 March 2018