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Hakuchōzan Named Japan's Best Ski Chalet for 2018

Niseko's only chalet with full-time butlers and private chefs wins prestigious industry award

Monday, November 19, 2018

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The World Ski Awards™ announced 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's Best Ski Chalet, Hakuchōzan has finally gained full recognition for its unique position in the market.

"Hakuchōzan is the only ski chalet in Niseko that is fully staffed with 5 butlers/chauffeurs and a private chef that are on property around the clock to create sensational memories for our guests," said Michael Chen, the Chairman of HakuDevelopment and owner of Hakuchōzan. "The team curates every guest holiday down to every minute detail - from kid's slippers to guest birthday surprises. We are so honored to be recognized by our peers for the hard work and passion the entire Hakuchōzan team brings to make every holiday special for our guests."

Raising the bar for VVIP accommodations, Hakuchōzan 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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