A Signature Standard for Niseko architecture
The custom-built snow house is tastefully styled in glass, concrete and steel - exuding pristine luxury. Perched atop a steep woodland escarpment, in one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in Hirafu Village. The floor-to-ceiling windows ensure breathtaking views of the Hokkaido landscape and Mt Yotei. The Quintessential Winter Escape. The spacious and fully equipped kitchen makes cooking a joy, yet Niseko’s most famous restaurants are only a short walk away. A floating fireplace is in the lounge area keeps you warm and cozy. The master bedroom is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, furnished with a double bed that can also be converted into two single beds. The large glass windows allow plenty of light filtering in, illuminating the room with lovely views of the wintry snow or verdant fields in summer. The other four spacious bedrooms are also on the lower level of the chalet. Of these, three bedrooms have double beds that can be converted into large single beds. The fourth bedroom has a bunk bed with a plasma TV and DVD player to keep the children entertained. Boasting Japanese architectural finesse, including an original, handmade Japanese cypress outdoor hot tub as well as an indoor Japanese hinoki wood spa, Glasshouse is perfectly set for a group of friends or family to make the most out of a memorable stay to the powdery haven of Niseko. Nestled in the highly sought-after Niseko-Hirafu village, Glasshouse was voted one of Japan’s top 200 homes in 2009, and nominated for the World Ski Awards in 2014 and 2015. Designed by Hikohito Konishi - recipient of the prestigious international Barbara Cappochin Prize 2009 in Italy.
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