Dine in or dine out?
Niseko’s food scene has something for every budget and palate
Apres ski and rest days are a great excuse for exploration of the area’s culinary treasures. For SnowDog residents, that starts close to home. Walking distance down the road is Milk Kobo, a Niseko legend for its homemade ice cream, cream puffs and other dairy items.
Talking of legends, not much further away is Raku Ichi in Annupuri, a humble restaurant where getting a booking is notoriously difficult thanks to Chef Tatsuru Rai who has elevated his soba noodles to an artform. As long-time friends of Tatsuru-san, we are proud to say that the inspiration and dedication behind his famous restaurant is to be the foundation of a new vision in the shape of Raku Ichi Residences.
Hirafu and its surrounds are chock-full of everything from foodtrucks to Michelin-starred dining and the international flavour of Niseko means the options stretch well beyond Japanese styles. Don’t forget too, the option to dine in, making use of Hokkaido’s prize produce to make something in the comfort and convenience of your own (SnowDog) kitchen.