Chalet Seshu is self-catering. Indeed, its beautiful open-plan kitchen is likely to inspire any amateur chef to try their hand at whipping up a delightful meal. If cooking isn’t your thing, we would be happy to organise a unique in-house dining experience with a private chef preparing you a delicious seasonal menu from scratch, matched with carefully selected wines.
If you choose to dine out, rest assured that the charming village of Hirafu isn’t just an incredible sight. From crab risotto at the stylish Musu, or raw cheesecake at dessert café If, to tasty raclette at French-owned The Alpinist, or fantastic Soba noodles at Ichimura – Hirafu is a paradise for foodies.
Reflecting the sheer number of well-heeled visitors visiting this small town all year-round, it also has a surprising amount of fine dining establishments. We highly recommend Ren, with its beautiful Hokkaido dishes and delicious Michelin-star fare at Kamimura Restaurant. Indeed, punching well above its weight and relative size, Hirafu’s incredible array of restaurants is likely to please even those with the most sophisticated palate.