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Niseko-yo: Unveiling the Winter Wonderland of Hokkaido for the 2023-2024 Season

As winter approaches, Niseko Village, often referred to as the "Aspen of the East," is all set to unveil Niseko-yo, a delightful fusion of gastronomy, nightlife, and exceptional experiences for the 2023-2024 winter season in Hokkaido's pristine powdery paradise.

This winter, Niseko-yo promises a diverse array of culinary experiences. Here are some of the new highlights:

  • Gogyo powered by Ippudo: Guests can enjoy world-renowned ramen during the day, with the restaurant transforming into a vibrant izakaya by night.

  • Hokkaien: Niseko-yo offers mouthwatering yakiniku, a Japanese BBQ experience that promises to be unforgettable.

  • Long Tang: Delectable dim sum takes center stage, providing a culinary journey to the heart of Asia.

  • Yang Shu Ten: Artful sushi and tempura are meticulously crafted, promising a gastronomic adventure. Moka: Authentic Italian delicacies are on the menu, offering a taste of Italy's streets.

  • Chuan: Guests can indulge in the celebrated Sichuan hotpot, a feast for the senses.

  • Baby Crosta: The latest addition to the internationally acclaimed Crosta Pizzeria, Baby Crosta offers the first pizza omakase in Niseko, an exclusive pizza journey.

Japanese Tradition Meets Modern Luxury:

Niseko-yo also beautifully blends Japanese tradition with modern luxury, featuring the new Chuya teahouse at Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. By day, the teahouse serves meticulously crafted sweet and savory delights. As dusk descends, it transforms into Chuya Bar by Night, a cocktail haven inviting guests to indulge in an enchanting array of drinks.

Additionally, Mandala Club, a private members club in Singapore, rolls out the red carpet in Niseko Village. Starting in December, travelers can savor Mandala Club's signature cultural experiences at POPI's and the Snow Parlour. Members can enjoy a ski-in ski-out experience, complemented by a harmonious blend of music and Japanese-inspired cocktails.

Art lovers will find joy in Niseko Village, with renowned artists Frank Woo and Emi Shiratori creating illustrious masterpieces showcased throughout the village's center and trails. These works of art guide visitors through the culture, terrain, and spirit of Niseko Village, weaving traditional and contemporary tales in an immersive artistic odyssey that pays homage to Hokkaido's natural marvels.

With a staggering 60-foot annual snowfall, Niseko Village is a magnet for winter sports enthusiasts from around the world. Whether one is into fine powder snow, skiing, snowboarding, or other activities, Niseko Village has it all. To ensure a stay like no other, Niseko Village offers a range of luxurious accommodations, including Higashiyama Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse, Hinode Hills Niseko Village, The Green Leaf Niseko Village, and Hilton Niseko Village. These options provide guests with the coveted ski-in, ski-out experience, relaxation, adventure, and a touch of opulence.


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