Koa Super Villa 1

Five rare and exquisitely crafted luxury family homes in the award-winning Koa Niseko in Higashiyama, Niseko. Each 370 square meter two-story Koa Super Villa features 5 bedrooms with double master suites, a one-of-a-kind Japanese onsen-style bath, and a connected sauna.


Located in Upper Higashiyama, a few minutes’ walk from the Banzai Chair ski lift and the Niseko United lift system of Niseko Village. The Koa Super Villa is at the pinnacle of luxury turnkey homes in Niseko.

The bespoke interiors have been meticulously designed by international award winning Tokyo interior design firm, Bond Studio. Highly curated Italian and Japanese designer furniture pieces, a custom art program, German kitchen appliances alongside highly custom hand tufted rugs and designer decorative lighting offers a definitive sense of quality and class that permeates throughout this two storey 350 sqm 5 bedroom property.  A few other signature interior elements include a 5 person Japanese Onsen style natural stone bath, custom hinoki wood sauna from Finland and designer Mahjong table from André Fu Living.

The modern Scandinavian Japanese inspired exterior design has been conceptualised by Craig Takahata of Zoo design, who has a strong background in luxury resort architecture working with multiple international luxury brands globally such as Shangri-La and Raffles. With a big emphasis on contrasting materiality and textures and working with the signature House of Koa palette, each super villa architecturally brings a sense of stature, modernity and harmony to the Koa estate and its natural surroundings.

Higashiyama is also home to the Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Hilton Hotel, New World La Plume Niseko, and many others, making it one of the largest hubs of international hotels and residences in Niseko.

Phase 1 of Koa Niseko comprises of an exclusive collection of twenty beautifully crafted 3 bedroom villas and 2 bed room townhouses that have been very popular are almost sold out.

More information can be found at www.Koaniseko.com
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