International Desserts in Niseko
Desserts inspired by different countries in Niseko.
Niseko is home to one of the highest concentrations of world-class Japanese and international cuisine in the whole of Japan. With guests coming from all over the world, restaurants in Niseko have gotten creative with desserts.
Here are a few desserts inspired by different countries but adding a unique Niseko twist.
A signature dessert at Restaurant & Bar Raphael, Niseko Toast has been inspired by honey toast from Thailand. Made using wheat from Hokkaido, the bread is baked in house with coconut bits to achieve a soft fluffy interior with a crunch. Eat with vanilla ice cream and pour over wild honey from Niseko for an indulgent sweet treat.
Coming in multiple fusion flavours, traditional crepes at The Alpinist are created using Hokkaido dairy produce. Try their Hokkaido Butter crepe or Banana Caramel crepe.
Yuzu and Matcha S'mores
A fun, modern Japanese spin on the American classic campfire treat. Coming in both yuzu and matcha flavours, diners can enjoy roasting the s’mores over a small charcoal grill at Kumo Restaurant. Pair it with one (or two) slices of chocolate and rice crackers or eat it straight from the skewer.
Ice Cream with Coconut Milk Vietnam Style
Adding a small Japanese twist to the traditional south east Asian desserts, owners at Bagus add in shirotama, red bean as well as other traditional Japanese ingredients to their desserts. Must try is their Vietnamese Ice Cream, layered with small mochi balls as well as tapioca balls to give it more texture.
Looking for more sweet treats to try in Niseko? Read our Experience Niseko Winter 2018/19 Magazine.