Housed in a renovated agricultural storehouse, the restaurant "le mantaro" opened on January 5 in the Koshin area in Kyogoku along National Route 276 under the management of proprietor Christopher ...
Niseko gears up for a post-COVID era（２） More development taking place in towns and villages near Hokkaido's Niseko areaJan. 11
This summer, in a residential house surrounded by fields of potatoes and beets in a village called Makkari in Hokkaido’s Shiribeshi region, Henry Blake Turner, a 40-year-old from the U.K., started a real estate company — the only one in the village. The agency deals with properties in the village and the towns of Kyogoku and Rankoshi, as well as other towns in the vicinity of Niseko.
April 16, 2021
Uno Atsuko, who worked as a nurse in Tokyo, has relocated to the town of Kyogoku and returned to the days of coming into contact with horses that she loves.
Oct. 31, 2020
Large yellow sunflowers, the official flower of the town of Kyogoku in Central Hokkaido, bloom with snow-capped Mt. Yotei in the background. The autumn-blooming sunflowers are planted as a form of fertilizer, and are enjoyed by visitors as they bloom beautifully amid the cold winds.
Aug. 18, 2020
"Horse Back Country," the first horse riding club in the town of Kyogoku, close to the Niseko area, opened in June. Many people are enjoying the chance to spend time with horses amidst the beautiful backdrop of nature here.