Breakfast, lunch and lattes done Aussie-style keep the hungry minions coming back for more. It's about as authentically Western a cafe can be in Japan and the food and coffee are both top-notch.
This fun, disco-lit basement bar in Hakuba Goryū Ski Resort has a refreshingly hippie vibe – these guys think they're pretty cool, and by many standards, they are. It's about 10 minutes' walk from the Sky 4 Gondola …
Formerly the Bamboo Cafe, on the left as you exit JR Hakuba Station, this funky modern beanery serves delicious speciality coffees, sweet treats and savoury snacks. Free wi-fi makes it a great place to log on and ge…
The only English pub in the village is found in a Swiss-style chalet on the grounds of the Mominoki hotel. By Japanese standards, it's huge and happening. There's a daily happy hour, free internet and wi-fi.
This chilled-out, family friendly, smoke-free bar to your right as you exit JR Habuka Station serves juicy original burgers and your favourite comfort foods along with plenty of snow-cold beer.
Located between Kamishiro Station and Goryū, this is a favourite night spot for the younger, foreign crowd, with live music, pool tables, wood-burner stoves and sports on a huge screen.
Self-billed as 'Grandma's Hakuba home-style cooking', Ohyokkuri serves hearty soups and stews and traditional local dishes to an adoring crowd.