Niseko is the most famous ski resort in Japan, known for having
tons of light powder snow and spectacular backcountry.
However, overseas the name has come to refer to a wider area
of ski resorts encompassing Hokkaido's Mount Yōtei, often
referred to as the "Mt. Fuji of Hokkaido". Moreover, the town is
renowned for its world-class facilities, including traditional onsen.
The design stands out and blends with the Japanese traditions
and culture with the light wood ribbed cladding and the
delicate fine screens. The clean design with its opposed
pitch roofs and its black architectural skin< are a stark
contrast to the snow mountains of Niseko.