White Season re-opens at Niseko Village, Hokkaido | RobbReport Malaysia

White Season re-opens at Niseko Village, Hokkaido

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  • Winter is here. Live in an alpine lap of luxury, with champagne powder snow at your doorstep, the freshest gourmet selections for your discerning palate and the rejuvenating mineral rich waters of the onsens at your disposal. Welcome to Niseko Village. THE place to be this winter.

    This 1 December 2017/18, while glittering boutiques, world-class restaurants and lavish hotels line the town square of Niseko Village, the gently undulating slopes above it provide an internationally acclaimed ski mecca for famed for its champagne powder with phenomenal backcountry pistes. When it comes to apres-ski, one can’t get more luxurious than having a private onsen right at your backyard.

    For foodies, the gastronomical choices in Niseko Village are as good as endless. From traditional Japanese favourites using the freshest Hokkaido produce such as the ubiquitous, belly-warming soupy ramen and udon, to incredibly fresh sashimi, world-renowned Hokkaido seafood, yakitori, the village is a burgeoning culinary destination.

    Offering a seamless ski-in, ski-out access, après-skis are best spent at Two Sticks, the fast-paced dining outlet in the heart of Niseko Village serving up beloved Asian and Japanese classics. Be enthralled by the culinary flair of Niseko Village chefs at Pirka, a Teppanyaki Grill where the finest quality beef, seafood and vegetables are sliced, diced and grilled on a theatrical open grill.

    Redefine your winter getaway with a stay in Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse – a collection of
    townhouses that embody authentic Japanese charm with contemporary elegance in the heart of the
    village. Residents of the townhouse can also take advantage of the priority privileges from a personal resident concierge, on-hand to assist with winter activities and restaurant reservations; making fresh tracks on a guided Niseko Village mountain orientation to
    complimentary onsen and gym usage. A myriad of personalised services, including a personal ski
    and snowboard locker complete with warmers for ski apparel and in-residence ski and snowboard
    fittings are also available.

    For those looking for the ultimate thrill, ‘Mizuno no Sawa’ provides some of the steepest runs and deepest powder in Hokkaido with its specially controlled terrain. Novice skiers will also be able to get in on the action thanks to Ageimo – the new 1.2km beginners ski run cutting past restaurants, cafes and retail outlets. Access to the courses are made easier thanks to the improved all-season lift system, opened in White Season 2016.

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