Hoshino Resort Risonare Yatsugatake
Designed by the world renowned Italian architect and industrial designer Mario Bellini, Hoshino Resort Risonare Yatsugatake is one of the most engagingly designed hotel in Japan. Risonare, which means “to resonate” in Italian, was named to reflect the natural beauty of the area at the southern foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains. Its design is inspired by a beautiful Italian mountain village and emulates a classic European theme.
And what better way to look good and feel invigorated in this beautiful Japanese hotel, inspired by classical Italian design than by wearing a Diane Von Furstenberg Eribec Chiffon Kaftan Dress. It is magnificently fully lined with side seam pockets and comes with a wide self tie obi belt that creates a beautiful silhouette with an exquisite pop of print for a loud yet sophisticated finish!
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Risonare, which means “to resonate” in Italian, was named to reflect the natural beauty of the area. We hope our aim of living in harmony with both people and nature resonates with you as well.
Mario Bellini is a well known Italian architect and industrial designer.
He was born in 1935 and graduated with a degree in architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1959. He has become increasingly well known in his field throughout Europe, Japan, the United States, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates. A master of contemporary Italian design, six of his works are included in the Permanent Collection at the Museum of Modern Art of New York.