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Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse

by Simon Yuen on Jan 6, 2016 in Architecture
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YTL Hotels unveils latest project Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse

Malaysia-based YTL Hotels has unveiled their latest project, Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse in Hokkaido, Japan.

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Situated at the base of Mount Niseko Annupuri, Kasara Niseko Village Townhouse consists of 42 townhouses in total. The development, designed by Singaporean design firm Design Intervention, was awarded Asia’s best resort residence 2015 by Property Report, and best interior designed private residence in Japan and Asia Pacific for the International Property Awards 2015, for its authentic Machiya Japanese charm and contemporary design.

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The townhouses are close to ski runs and lifts, and each house features three bedrooms with one ensuite, a fully equipped kitchen and most importantly, a tatami-floored dining room, giving residents a Japanese-style living experience.

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“Niseko is well-recognised as one of the world’s leading ski mountain resorts alongside Aspen, the United States and St. Moritz, Switzerland,  and we take pride in building on this positioning to further develop Niseko Village into the ultimate luxury alpine destination for all seasons in Asia,” says Long Shiau Wee, CEO of Niseko Village Co. Ltd.

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