Dining out in Niseko Village is a palate pleaser as the local farmers are passionate about their produce. While traditional Japanese delights like teppanyaki, sushi and fresh seafood are served at the village, The Green Leaf Niseko Village and Hilton Niseko Village, the cuisine has also been influenced by different cultures. You are bound to discover new fusion and international favourites offered at the stunning dining outlets available.

The locally produced sake, Hokkaido wines or brewed beers are not to be missed. Through the appreciation of homegrown produce and alcoholic beverages together with local cuisine, cottage industries are supported and traditions kept alive bringing you a richer Niseko experience. For many visitors, Niseko Village is as much about great dining and après ski as it is about outdoor adventures.


The heart of the village is Niseko Village’s main pulse where paved intimate walkways are flanked by contemporary shopping and dining concepts. Inspired by traditional Japanese machiya architecture with its unmistakable sliding screens, wooden lattice façades and walkways lit by lanterns, take a stroll or click your skis off to enjoy locally sourced world-class cuisine, après ski or discover that must-have designer or novelty items within unique shops and restaurants.

Two Sticks
Village Patisserie
The Crab Shack
Yang Shu Ten


Savour innovative dishes prepared with the freshest ingredients or simply relax with a cup of coffee at the lounge. From breakfast to cocktails and everything in between, the choices at Niseko Village are varied to suit diverse taste buds.

Tomioka White
The Lookout Café
The Flame, Bar and Lounge
Melt, Bar and Grill
Ezo Pub
Pirka, Teppanyaki Restaurant
Rera, Sushi Restaurant
Sisam, Japanese Restaurant
• Yotei Restaurant