PRATIVO, Niseko Village, Yuko Takai

By 24th February 2012 June 28th, 2014 People

Niseko-born Yuko Takai and her family opened Prativo, an italian-inspired restaurant in Niseko Village in April 2011. Prativo is located on the edge of their dairy farm next to Milk Kobo, a popular Niseko landmark that sells house-made yogurt and desserts.

Prativo means grassland in Italian, and in the summertime their land is covered in lush grass with a stunning view of Mt Yotei through the large windows in their restaurant. The dairy used at Prativo comes from their cows, and whenever possible they cook with local vegetables, meat, and seafood.

For lunch you have the choice of one meat or seafood main, and an all-you-can-eat buffet of salad, roasted veggies, dessert, fresh juice, coffee, and their famous drinking yogurt for ¥1500.

Lunch is from 11.30am to 2.15pm. Please call to confirm dinner hours and menu at TEL: 0136 55 8852.

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