Shouya Maruhachi was a traditional farmhouse built in 1854 just near the Hakuba skifield of Iwatake. It was restuarant using the traditional firepit for many years and was renovated in 2008 creating a brilliant modern Japanese twist to it’s decor. The Kaiseki menu here is just fantastic and should be placed firmly on the to do list when visiting Hakuba. During the day you can learn to make soba noodles and dress in kimono.
For more photos and information check out their Japanese website here. The staff at the White Horse Hotels can make your reservation for dinner or soba noodle classes and Kimono wearing.
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