I’m using Hokkaido loosely as a catch all area to cover the two towns we stayed in, Furano and Niseko. Both are ski villages, so using “Hokkaido” to name this post is a little misleading, as we didn’t venture far from the ski resorts. However, we did eat well and often.
In Furano, much of the food we ate was at restaurants on the ski fields. In Niseko we ate out far more often, so I’ve tried to cover a few of the places we ate both on and off piste.
Ramen is pretty dominant here. We ate it until we were sick of it!
Getting fired up at Teppan Okonomiyaki Masaya, Furano.
Niseko is far more of an upmarket ski resort, compared to Furano, and with it comes more upmarket options for dining out.
Snow falling outside The Barn, Niseko. Worth a visit for the fois gras sushi alone!