Nestled in picturesque Niseko
The hotel is located at the foot of Mt. Yotei in one corner of Oku Niseko Konbu Hot Springs, long enjoyed for its therapeutic effects.
Travel a short distance and youll hear the murmur of a welcome.
Immediately to the left is the Momiji Waterfall, and flowing from there is the Niseko Anbetsu River.
Anbetsu means the water flowing under the cliff in the Ainu language.
Surrounded by old growth forest, the only thing you can hear is the gentle flow of the river.
*We offer premium service the "Inclusive" formula for staying guests, order the beverages is not required additional charge except special drinks in japanese resetaurant SHORAI.*
Concept | 01Customize your Niseko stay to
suite your own tastes
Enjoy the sounds of the babbling brook from the terrace deck at the sun rises time, and enjoy reading or listening music time at the sun sets.
The hotels warm and contrasting spaces are also filled with the soft and soothing sounds of Jazz.
Guests can enjoy a free drink service in this the relaxing space that unfolds in front of your eyes.
We invite to you enjoy your exclusive vacation in Niseko.
Concept | 02Experience the richness of the land,
sea and local people
A part of the traditional Japanese inn experience is eating in a large and boisterous banquet hall, but it is also a luxury to savory fine cuisine across from that special someone in a secluded and private room.
Niseko area is one of largest dairy-producing in Hokkaido and known for delicious foods. Enjoy creating cuisine of Japanese "Kaiseki" using local fresh ingredients.
Concept | 03A traditional Japanese inn steeped in
warmth and comfort
The warmth of the contrasting wood, hot spring bath, and the people will defy your expectations.
No matter the time, the hospitality of a traditional hot springs inn never changes.
Sooth your mind and body in the hotels Meisen no Yu hot springs, and then retire to the warmth of your guestroom as your home.
Concept | 04Discover the artwork of MOKU NO SHO
MOKU NO SHO offers a treasure trove of artwork throughout its premises.
These include modern folding screens in the lobby, oriental lamps decorating the lounge, wood carvings from master craftsmen Masamitsu Takiguchi of Akan, and known INAW as Ainu art.
The power of art leaves a deep imprint of that particular location in the thoughts and minds of the people viewing it.
How do you think MOKU NO SHO is viewed in the eyes of it guests?