Discover the best restaurant in Kutchan-cho, Japan including Niseko Pizza, Tsubaratsubara, Kamimura Restaurant, Bang Bang, Niseko Gourmet, Asahikawa Ramen Tozanken, A-Bu-Cha 2nd, Ezo Seafoods Oyster Bar, Niseko Ramen Kazahana, Boyoso
Things to do in Kutchan-cho
4 based on 555 reviews
We are a family friendly pizza restaurant with plenty of choice and welcoming atmosphere. We specialise in pizza and pasta but also have a delicious range of salads and sides and some mouth watering desserts! Now featuring a dedicated Anti-pasto counter serving freshly sliced, in house cured meats and cheeses from around the world and a luxurious new cocktail bar, there has never been a better time to visit Niseko Pizza!
We felt like pizza and read some good review on Niseko Pizza, but then I read some bad reviews later and wondered if we had made a mistake, we didn't! The inside is a surprise if you judge the restaurant by the outside. Nice ambiance inside, and we really enjoyed the food. I had the greek salad, the 4-cheese pizza and a delicious chocolate desert. It is not cheap (I see this in some of the other reviews), but it is Japan, in a ski resort, during ski season.... If you want cheap, quick pizza don't come here, but if you are looking for a nice meal and experience, include this place. We all had pizza, but the babyback ribs we saw others getting looked really good.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
We stayed in Popcorn lodge at Izumikyo, along the east village shuttle and niseko United bus route. Both buses stop right outside this restaurant.
Level 3 mild spice level is the typical Jap choice. We took level 5 and found it alright for one who like spicy food, and finished all the soup in the soup curry.
Ordered a meatball and a chicken leg soup curry for both of us (see menu pic). Comforting warming food after ab exhausting cloudy and challenging day on the slopes. About ¥3000 (including tax) for both of us.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
4 based on 235 reviews
Right behind Niseko Park Hotel along Hirafu-Zaka Street.
Been here 2yrs ago & last year as well..... twice I witnessed ugly scenes as the owner always seems to have trouble keeping email Reservations.
Twice I was there I overheard irritated
Customers arguing with the owner that they have receive email confirmation about the reservation only to be let down by the poor old owner telling them they need to double confirm again via phone or something like that... really pity the owner having to deal with angry disappointed customers
Now with online Reservations services the restaurant seem more peaceful today.....one thing to note even with online reservation they will ask u again to DOUBLE confirm the reservation few days earlier via email... don’t miss out the double confirmation email
Food is great btw!!
5 based on 68 reviews
Had a wonderful cooking lesson with Yoko and her helper Isabelle.
What an absolutely fantastic experience.
I had the pleasure of joining 3 other lovely ladies to learn some basics and cook a wonderful meal.
Fun, informative day and perfect for those that are looking for an activity outside the snow sports arena!
4.5 based on 204 reviews
A good spot for warming up after skiing. Ramen is excellent and the toppings are plentiful- the Asahikawa special ramen is recommended. There are gyoza, fried camembert (which is just ok) and a few other small plates to accompany. We went without a reservation around 630 pm and did not have to wait long for a table. Value is excellent , ramen cost is in the range of most places in Japan.
4 based on 490 reviews
Abuch 2 is one of the most popular restaurants in Hirafu. The menu contains fresh Hokkaido produce and created as Modern Japanese dishes. Also more than 300 special drinks are served at the bar area. Abucha 2 has 100 seats and small separate Japanese-style dining area that are suitable for families with children.
The snow crab legs were so fresh. Wagyu beef very good too. Very tasty. Very crowded. We lined up at 5:30 with no reservation and got in when they open at 6pm. Awesome dessert. The Mont Blanc chestnut cake was to die for. We went back a second night and food is still very good but no more Mont Blanc.
4.5 based on 337 reviews
Ezo Seafoods specializes in pristine Hokkaido seafood. Since 2009 it has been our Mission to serve this as simply and freshly as possible to our guests. We are thrilled to have been awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Be prepared to have your dreams of king crab crushed if you are more than 5 mintues late. Jokes aside the place is not for the feint hearted or prissy. It's a no nonsense eatery serving the freshest seafood prepared simply and with a good selection of wine. What more could you ask for?
4.5 based on 256 reviews
Ramen with a twist. Pretty tasty. Yummy fried chicken. But possible long queues and unbearable cold waits outside. We got lucky and waited say 15 mins. Won’t specially come back again
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Wonderful lunch option for the slopes. We took the chair lift up and hiked up a little more.
Had a generous portion of buta don, and a small portion of tempura udon. Good is yummy and better value compared with other mid slope options. Really enjoyed our lunch here.
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