Mizunara - View from living room to dining area
Mizunara - Experience the luxury getaway

About Mizunara Chalet

Surrounded by endless woods and overlooking the majestic Hokkaido mountains, the striking four-bedroom Mizunara Chalet is a luxurious getaway for a family or a group of friends, any time of the year.

Its remarkable exterior was built to withstand the harshest of winters with thick concrete walls that create a warm sanctuary during winter and a cool hideaway in summer.

Arranged across three levels, Mizunara Chalet has a large open-plan kitchen – perfect for cooking a meal from scratch – as well as a long dining table which comfortably seats twelve people.

Filled with stylish minimalist sofas and armchairs, the living room is an excellent spot for catching up on each other’s mountain adventures, while the adjacent split-level lounge has a lovely modern fireplace which provides an intimate space to relax after spending the day in the great outdoors.

Think of the chalet as the stylish aunt, always chic and well dressed but warm with children and a terrific cook. The living areas are cleverly staggered across multiple levels, while the floor-to-ceiling windows with beautiful views of Mount Yotei combined with a mixture of exposed concrete and stone walls, provide a lovely ‘Zen’-feeling throughout.

Mizunara Chalet has two spacious king-size master bedrooms which are situated on the top floor, each with an ensuite bathroom with a bathtub and a rain shower. Both bedrooms share a large terrace with wonderful vistas of the surrounding landscape.

Sharing a nearby bathroom and toilet, there’s also a queen-size guest bedroom and an additional bedroom with bunk beds on the ground floor -- a great fit for children (or young-at-heart adults) who love sleepovers.

The chalet is ideally located in Hirafu’s lower village, a stone’s throw from the area’s best eateries and entertainment venues.

Industrial yet elegant, Mizunara Chalet perfectly suits those with a keen eye for design and an exquisite taste for luxury.

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