Hokkaido Events aim to contribute to revitalize the local economy through events.
Local events are usually organized by local organizing committees, but we often hear that they struggle having a smooth business structure and office operations. We believe that local revitalization is composed by not a single year event but a sustainable long-term event that is brushed up every year.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. The 17 goals that have been set are related to inequality, health, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice etc which is important that we achieve them all by 2030. Hokkaido Events contributes to SDGs achievements through our events.
What is SDGs?
Being the only UCI Gran Fondo World Series qualifier race in Japan, the Niseko Classic offers entrants a challenging course as Hokkaido’s most exciting race, with 15km Individual time trial race on Saturday and 150km & 85km road race on Sunday, all taking place on fully closed roads.
Niseko HANAZONO Hill Climb is a hillclimb event in early August every year in Niseko, Hokkaido. The wide range of race category makes easier for everyone to participate from the beginners to advanced with fun. The Local festival "Kutchan Jaga Matsuri" also takes place on the same day!
A gravel bike event started in 2020 in Niseko, Hokkaido. You can discover the beautiful on-road and off-road trails in the Niseko area. Visit https://www.facebook.com/NisekoGravel for more details.
An online registration system for sport events introduced at the Niseko Classic and Niseko HANAZONO Hill Climb. The system covers from building the registration system in multiple languages, setting up the payment infrastructure, managing participant information, exporting participation data and reporting support.