BE A STEP AWAY FROM THE WORLD’S BEST POWDER SNOW AT KIRORO’S FIRST EVER LUXURY SKI-IN SKI-OUT CONDOMINIUM
Your home away from the everyday. A naturally inspiring setting in harmony with the landscape. An unparalleled standard of guest service. Yu Kiroro is a truly game changing ski resort development, representing complete immersion in the Kiroro luxury lifestyle – an opportunity to awake to epic powder snow right on your doorstep, or enjoy your own sanctuary retreat whenever you need it. Yu Kiroro offers owners all the beauty, simplicity and personal attention of Kiroro Resort, balanced with the private seclusion of a home in one of the world’s most remarkable ski destinations.
The Yu Kiroro concept draws its inspiration from the gifts of nature that make up Kiroro’s greatest two attractions. The first is yuki, the Japanese word for snow. The second is yu, the Japanese word for onsen water - an intrinsic part of Japanese culture. From nature to adventure and gastronomy - be surrounded by it all.
As one of the fastest growing ski resorts in Hokkaido, Kiroro is highly regarded by ski aficionados and snow lovers as Japan’s premier ski location due the constant flow of deep powder snow from early to late season. With an international resort hotel infrastructure, Kiroro blends the traditional charm of Japan with state of the art in-resort technology and guest services integration.
With an enviable valley location surrounded by awe-inspiring mountains, the Yu Kiroro design brief was clear - every space from common area to unit bedrooms should gift owners with breathtaking views to capture the natural beauty of the surrounding Kiroro resort. The result? Beautifully appointed and fully furnished suites designed for year round living.
Heated floors in living areas
Premium tile to bathroom floors and walls
Marble surfaces throughout kitchens and bathrooms
Quality designer furnishings and rugs
Fireplaces in 3 bedroom and Penthouse
Yu Kiroro's exterior facade is a celebration of its mountainside location. It meets the high standards of international ski resort design, and integrates traditional Japanese building techniques and fine craftsmanship, with a level of detail unmatched in the region.