Hokkaido 112 – Yang Shu Ten (Japanese Restaurant) @ Niseko

Dining at Niseko Village – Yang Shu Ten

Yang Shu Ten is a Japanese Restaurant at The Village inside Niseko Village. Since we were staying at Green Leaf Niseko Village and too lazy to venture out to Hirafu for dinner, Yang Shu Ten was an obvious choice for a Japanese cuisine night out after getting the hotel to make a table reservation. The dinner menu was simple, with set dinner mainly from ¥8,000 onward. We chose the Sushi and Teppanyaki set accordingly just to try between the two of us so that we could also taste more dishes. The highlights were items mainly from the Teppanyaki set, the Wagyu beef stew was the best dish of the night, and the seared Wagyu beef stew and Seafood Dried Curry Fried Rice were extremely tasty too. I liked the Snow Crab the most from the Sushi set, the rest of the items were just too generic and didn’t really stood out.

Overall, the food was okay and service was attentive. If you’re in Niseko Village looking for Japanese food, this is probably the only place to be. In the end, we had a quiet night out dining and strolling in the Village with snow falling around us, which was another great night in this beautiful town.

If you have been to this restaurant, do tell me what do you think about their food ok?

Yang Shu Ten Niseko
The Restaurant
Cherry Tea and Japanese Confectionaries
Seasonal Appetizers
Sashimi
Snow Crab leg
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Assorted Tempura
Simmered Salmon
Assorted Sushi
Salad
Seared Japanese Wagyu Beef
Grilled Seafood
Wagyu Beef Steak
Seafood Dried Curry Fried Rice
Wagyu Beef Stew
Dessert
Sushi Menu
Teppanyaki Menu

Yang Shu Ten Niseko Website: http://www.niseko-village.com/en/thevillage/yang-shu-ten.html

Address: The Village, Niseko Village
Tel: +81 136 44 1160
Business Hours: 11am-3pm (Last order 2.30pm); 5pm-10pm (Last order 9.30pm)
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