LOCALS chilled out in 'The Fridge Door Bar' – a.k.a Gyu – last night for the season opening of the Lower Village watering hole down the bottom of Yotei-Zaka Street.
It was a low-key affair, with everyone who squeezed tightly through the bright red little door sitting around sipping on their draft beer, Guinness,
NESTLED down in the Lower Village, tucked away behind pension Hurry Slowly, is Restaurant Yo, one of Niseko’s great traditional Japanese dining experiences. Yo is no ordinary restaurant – bookings need to be made at least a day in advance as they source their ingredients fresh every morning, and only enough for the customers they have
While Hirafu has come a long way in the past five years, the realisation five-star luxury is needed to attract the upper end of the international ski market is starting to become apparent. One man who has taken it upon himself to get the ball rolling is J-Sekka creator Shouya Grigg. Stepping inside the refurbished hotel, formerly J-Second, one