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Restaurants off the beaten track
Restaurants off the beaten track, offering good quality and likely to have availability. Try these for a real local experience! We provide booking services to customers for all these restaurants, find out more.
Jyuu is situated on the intersection between Niseko Village and Annupuri, and prepares the finest okonomiyaki in Niseko. There are dozens of ingredients to choose from including pork, seafood, steak, kimchi and cheese. This restaurant is consistently busy in high season.
Phone number: 0136-44-2336
Located just north of Kutchan station, they are regarded by many locals as their favorite yakitori joint. The meat for its famous pork yakitori comes from nearby Rusutsu and it will melt in your mouth. Worth the extra effort of driving / travelling to Kutchan to dine at this place. Their tofu salad is wildly popular with vegetarians and vegans..
Phone number: 0136-22-0607
Robata Naniwatei Niseko
The finest in Japanese kaiseki ryori comes to Niseko. One of the most popular traditional Japanese restaurants in Sapporo opened the doors of its Niseko branch in 2016 and food and snow lovers rejoiced.
Serving set menus of the freshest sashimi and local seafood in an exquisite setting, this has raised the bar for fine dining in the resort. Reservations essential all season long.
Phone number: 0136-22-3388
This restaurant is located in Kabayama, less than one kilometre away from the Grand Hirafu area. This gastronomic restaurant will blow you away with the quality of its food and service. The mood is beautifully set with this wooden house located slightly outside the town. The restaurant offers a free transportation service, which gives you all the advantages of a secluded restaurant without the inconvenience!
Phone number: 0136-59-2323
Sister restaurant of the Michelin 3 starred restaurant of Asperges Furano. The five course gourmet meals at this high end French style restaurant are enough to draw you 30 minutes out of Niseko for the night. The restaurant itself is tucked into a forest, and uses only the highest quality ingredients in the production of food that is simple yet sophisticated.
Please note that children under 12 are not allowed on dinner times.
Phone number: 0136-48-2100
Restaurant Pravito is located in the iconic Niseko dairy region and one of the most picturesque photo spot. Most table has an unobstructed Yotei view, and each meal offers a variety of colours, textures and flavours. Nearby to the restaurant is the famous Milk Kobo, a glass gallery and souvenier shop.
Phone number: 0136-55-8852
Nihonbashi Sushi (Kutchan)
Nihonbashi has a reputation for serving the biggest portion sizes of sushi and sashimi, for very reasonable prices, in a traditional Japanese setting. This sushi restaurant has been serving the population of Kutchan for over 30 years, and is a local favourite.
Phone number: 0136-22-2717
Moku no Sho
This restaurant is located a 25 minute drive from Grand Hirafu, within a boutique Japanese-style hot spring hotel. The aforementioned restaurant provides a relaxing and authentic backdrop to very traditional Japanese meals.
Phone number: 0136-59-2323
Another flavor of Hokkaido! Genghiskhan is a very popular grilled lamb barbeque. A very busy restaurant loved by locals and they open year round. Reservation is required.
Brand new in 2018-2019 season, Tatsumi offer Japanese-French fusion menu utilizing local Hokkaido produce. Free shuttle available but subject to availability.
Regarded by many as the best sushi in the Niseko area, this restaurant tends to be extremely busy during peak season. Located in the middle of Niseko town, you will need to take a taxi to go there.
Phone number: 0136-44-3444 (Japanese speaking only)
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