an update from our founder and owner
We are pleased to announce that underground power infrastructure is completed and the internet is operating for The Ginto Residences and The Pavilions Niseko Resort sites. Connection instructions for people breaking ground will available soon on our website.
KOMINKA RESORT FACILITIES PROGRESS
With the site levelled and the infrastructure trenches dug, road works will commence this June. Shortly after that, you will see the foundations for the Kominka and resort villas.
The interiors preserve the understated elegance of traditional Kominka style while iconic plush Scandinavian furnishings warm up the space and bring the comfort of modernity.
Lounge by the fire in the coffee salon or enjoy a cocktail at the apothecary-inspired bar.
Still on track to open this season.
With development approval granted for the resort villas and kominka resort facilties, The Pavilions Niseko is on track to complete this season.
Click the videos to the right to see infrastructure works and road words for the resort.
Internet and Power Installation
We are pleased to announce that underground power infrastructure works have begun for The Ginto Residences and The Pavilions Niseko Resort sites.
In the coming months, you will notice regular works carried out on-site, beginning at the northeastern part and continuing to the resort site. Hokkaido Denko has assured that the site will be fully powered by 01 October 2020.
Additional information to note:
- Main power is being drawn from Highway 343 (main entrance of the site);
- Power works to complete by 01 October 2020;
- Any trees standing four meters from the road will be removed to make room for power pillar boxes and underground cables;
- All Plots will be allocated a total of 20 kilowatts per residences as per Aza-Yamada (Kutchan Town) standards;
By way of reference, our three Ginto Villas (Keyaki, Katsura and Hinoki) utilize between 15-19 kilowatts.
Ginto Villa Approval Process Update
We have received a surge of design approval requests in the past few months. Please remember that the approval process requires two stages of approval to be granted by The Pavilions Niseko prior to submitting plans to the local authorities for a building permit. As it is the owners’ responsibility to conform to these guidelines and all covenants, The Pavilions Niseko recommends:
- Submission of the concept designs with a minimum of 3 external views; and
- Submission of a minimum of 3 external CGI’s and one landscape design.
Suggested time allowance time of 4-6 weeks as amendments may be required in order to comply with the design code.
Once written approval from The Pavilions Niseko is received, owners may proceed to submit plans to the local authorities for a building permit. The Pavilions Niseko is not responsible for delays caused by nonconformance. Please refer to the SIM and the Sales Contract for the covenant legal reference. All Owners are required to complete building within 24 months of breaking ground.
Submit plans to [email protected]
Download the full set of The Ginto Residences Design Code and Building Covenants
Interim Internet & Power Back-Billing
Interim Internet & Power Back-Billing
Currently, The Pavilions Niseko pays the cost of the generators. However, we will back bill the clients the cost of standard electricity charges based on their actual consumption once the power goes in. Therefore, once the electricity is in, we will ask the contractors the total KW used during the build then based on their usage rates for the same months the following year we will back bill them for Winter 2019/2020. These invoices we will send directly to management companies to get approval from the clients.
Similarly for the Internet, The Pavilions Niseko pays the cost of the WiFi boxes. These will also be back billed once we have actual internet monthly fees to base the cost on.
BIOGRAPHY ON KOMINKA CONTRACTOR
Imoto Construction LL, Established in 1985
Specialising in Buddhist temples, shinto shines, and Japanese old houses/kominkas.
- Design, Construction, and Renovation of wooden houses
- Repair, Renovation, Relocation of old houses
- Repair of earthen store houses
- Design, Construction, and Renovation of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines
- Necessary items production for temples and shrines such as mirror stands or frames
CEO: Imoto Masahiro
- 2007 Approved as a traditional architect of Takumi (Skilled master carpenters) by Gifu prefecture
- 2017 Approved as a master carpenter of Hida Takayama