#Travel: Hakuchōzan named Japan’s Best Ski Chalet for 2018

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The World Ski Awards™ has today that Hakuchōzan, a stunning 7-bedroom chalet in Niseko, Japan was voted by industry experts and winter enthusiasts as Japan’s Best Ski Chalet in 2018. After being nominated in 2016 for World’s Best New Ski Chalet and being nominated in 2017 for Japan’sBest Ski Chalet, Hakuchōzan has finally gained full recognition for its unique position in the market.

Hakuchōzan means “swan mountain” in Japanese. The owners of the property were engaged to be married at Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria which means New Swan Castle. As a tie to that special moment, they brought the theme of the swan to Niseko, Japan to represent love in its deepest form.

Hakuchōzan offers a masterful design combining seven stunning en-suited bedrooms with multiple luxurious living and entertainment spaces. A truly uniquely conceived property, The property is designed to accommodate multiple families, be child-friendly, while also being accessible to older generations. Conveniently located in the middle of Hirafu, Hakuchōzan guests are just steps away from the most popular bars and restaurants in the village.

Raising the bar for VVIP accommodations, the property has set a new standard of service in the Niseko market. From in-chalet ski fittings to Dom Perignon on arrival, Hakuchōzan spares no expense to ensure each guest leaves feeling that they were cared for like the closest of family members.

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SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

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