A rare and fantastic site along the main highway 5, between Niseko Town and Kutchan Town. Located just a few kilometers from the popular Niseko View Plaza, one can easily imagine a highly visible restaurant.
Taking place the same time as Sapporo Autumn Fest, Niseko Autumn Festival is a 4-day event (Sep 13-16) to showcase the special culinary experience in Niseko area with fresh produce in harvested in Autumn. By inviting the popular restaurants which are often booked out in winter and offering discounted stay plan & discounted activity options, guests are provided with a rare opportunity to finally taste the food they have been hearing so much about in a more affordable and casual setting and also get to experience the beautiful Autumn season in Niseko. The festival will also support the local community’s commitment to protect our environment and reduce waste as much as possible. All restaurants and bars participants will not be using plastic utensils or cups, making this one of Niseko’s first eco-focused events.
TAIGA will be offering a special accommodation package for this period.
BOOK 2 NIGHTS, GET 1 NIGHT FREE!
Available for all of our accommodation during the period of September 13 th (Thu) to 16 th (Sunday). Please send us enquiry though our "Accommodation" site with mentioning "Niseko Autumn Food Festival Package"
Participating restaurants and bars: An Dining, Bang Bang, Bombay Sizzle, Ginger, J’ai la patate, Kamimura, Bar Gyu+, Cave de Bambou, Namichan Chi and Niseko Tap Room
Date: Thursday September 13th through Sunday, September 16th
Location: Hirafu cross section (right across Rhythm Japan)
A rare stand alone chalet in Hirafu Village, Yuki no Sansou is bright and cheery. On a quiet street in lower village, it is conveniently located a short walking distance to restaurants and the village shuttle bus.
Spring Powder day!! I had good runs this morning before work!!
Beautiful forest views and partial views to Mt. Yotei are the features of this private feeling lot in North Hills. From the lower floor enjoy the snow falling into the large trees below, and from the upper floor you could look through the tree tops to the mountain in the distance.