So many world class restaurants are opening in Niseko, some even with Michelin star’s. Here are a few of the many varied places to eat while you’re here.
Asperges Hanazono, located at the base of Hanazono is a Michelin star restaurant serving the best of fine dining. If you let them know ahead of time, they will cater for most dietary requirements. https://www.aspergesniseko.com/
Hilton Hotel, at the base of Niseko Village, has a few restaurants to choose from. The views are wonderful and the service is friendly. Convenient location as you can catch the gondola back up the mountain to continue skiing OR book a private onsen and relax for the afternoon. https://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/japan/hilton-niseko-village-CTSNVHI/dining/index.html
New Kumo Restaurant Niseko – Japanese soul food by day and a dazzling Hokkaido isakaya by night. Opening December 2018 at Skye Niseko for bookings Winter 2018/19. Casual dining with stunning views of Mt Yotei, serving up Hokkaido inspired dishes by world class chefs from London, Japan, South Korea and France. https://www.experienceniseko.com/news/new-kumo-restaurant-open-for-bookings
Sessa Hotpot, located about 10min walk from the Lodge. Sessa has a terrific lunch menu for 1,500yen per person. You can choose from either sukiyaki or shabu-shabu. It’s truly a wonderful place to eat. http://niseko-sessa.com/menu
Okonomiyaki, outside of Niseko about 10mins drive on the way to Moiwa, food is spectacular, Japanese pancakes you cook on your hot plate in front of you. Prices are fantastic too.
Boyoso, located amongst the trees, at the foot of the mountain, near the gondola, great spot to warm up with the fire central in the restaurant, hang up your wet drenched ski gear and be served ramen, noodles, curries and beer, to name but a few things on the menu.
RyoGoku, noted as a Sumo Wrestler Hotpot, owner and chef an ex Sumo Wrestler. Located in the middle of Kutchan not far from the Railway Station. Offering sushi, hotpot, sashimi, ribs, seafood etc. Prices are great with friendly staff and atmosphere.
Guzu Guzu, just out of town heading to Kutchan. A most beautiful family run bakery, pastries are hand-made in store, mouth-watering delectables for those not on a diet. Opens at 11:00am – 4:00pm – however, as it is not opened all the time, check for the days they are open on the front door.
Food Trucks of Niseko – sandwiches, pizzas, fish and chips, curries all available for you after you come off the mountain.
Check out the following link for more information on dining options in Niseko. http://www.winedineniseko.com/niseko-restaurants
And last but not least, Don’t forget to download the official Niseko app to access the restaurant info right in your palm.