Learn about Japanese culture in Niseko/Hirafu at the Niseko Cultural School.
Take the opportunity to experience a taste of traditional Japan and immerse yourself in the rich Japanese culture.
DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES NISEKO CULTURAL SCHOOL WILL NOT OPEN THIS 2014/2015 WINTER SEASON BUT WILL REOPEN THE FOLLOWING WINTER SEASON 2015/2016
Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience this may cause,
Margo Bartley: Niseko Cultural School proprietor.
*traditional Japanese tea ceremony and be dressed in kimono,
*Japanese traditional ink and brush painting (suibokuga)
*intensive sushi making…8 different ways of preparing sushi
We offer something for everyone and go to great lengths to make sure each class is small and personalized and you get one on one hands on help. To help you remember, class notes are given out. All classes have a maximum of 6 people and no minimum.
All lessons are given by English speaking Japanese who will explain the history and significance of these age-old Arts and customs in a relaxed and friendly environment.
The Niseko Cultural School is situated on Momiji Street, right in the hub of the middle village, in Momiji Building above Niseko Sushi Deli