Winter 2018/19 Program


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Spend an exquisite moment outdoors
and experience gastronomy in the sky

Six tented rooms exclusively designed for FIELD SUITE HAKUBA and two Outdoor Cabins "JYUBAKO" designed by the architect, Mr. Kengo Kuma, are each set on a 100 ㎡ wooden deck at an elevation of 1,200m.
From here you can see the panoramic view of the Northern Alps including Hakuba three peaks.
This exclusive environment offers up to 9 guests an amazing nature exhibition starting with the sunset, starry sky, sunrise, and quiet morning at the all-inclusive auberge style glamping site.

For dinner, up-and-coming chef Shingo Suzuki, who honed his skills at a starred restaurant in Italy, prepares course dishes using fresh and special ingredients which he has discovered in this local region.
This together with sommelier Sho Yoshihira pairs each dish with a rare Nagano wine.
This dining experience has been highly praised by many guests since it opened in 2019.

Our concierge are ready and waiting for you to spend an exquisite moment enjoying the gastronomy in the sky.
We look forward to welcoming you to our field.

How to enjoy your time

Immerse yourself in the great outdoors with all five senses

At Hakuba Kitaone Kogen Highland, our concierge will support you in making your way comfortably around the wonders of the wilderness by offering a variety of experiences.
Once you step out of your tent room, that is your field.


Spend time in nature as it is. It is truly a suite room in the field of nature!

Once you leave the comfortable guestrooms produced by Snow Peak, you will be greeted by the most spectacular view in Japan.

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Eat the Luxury Created
by Mother Nature

Chef Shingo Suzuki, who trained at Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy for six years, has been highly acclaimed since the restaurant opened as a "gastronomy in the sky" for his full-course dinners using ingredients from the rich nature of the region. Pairing his dishes with rare wines harvested in Nagano, we hope you enjoy the dining room we call Mother Nature.