Since our last blog about the new restaurants in Niseko was posted, even more have opened up - add these to your list if you're looking for somewhere new to grab a bite this Winter!
- December 22, 2019
- Local Updates
News and information regarding the possibility of traveling to Niseko for your dream vacation in winter 2021-22
Get ready everyone, we've seen sneak peeks of snow hitting Mt Yotei and parts of the Niseko United resort areas, but last night the village was blessed with it's first dose of famous Japow. If the weather stays like this, it should be an incredible early season here in Niseko!
New restaurants open every year in Niseko as the area grows in notoriety for its produce and unique culinary scene. We've compiled a list of the newest spots we know of so far that are opening in the villages this Winter for you to try!
The 2019 Japan G20 ministers to address issues involving 'overtourism', here are something we could do to be more eco-friendly as a visitor in Japan.
The Konpiraji Matsuri is a 3-day festival for the Konpira shrine and the last local festival in Kutchan/Hirafu for the green season!
September saw in Japan's first snowfall this year up in Hokkaido, the northernmost prefecture and home to Niseko. With a surprisingly late first snowfall in 2018, we're welcoming the early fall this year as the appetite for Japow grows.
The 2019 Rubgy World Cup is about to begin this weekend in Japan! Being the first World Cup to be held in Japan (and all of Asia), we here in Niseko are very excited to join in the festivities and follow the action of the tournament at multiple venues throughout the village.