Savvy investors sense good run

Singapore investor Peter Fu Chong Cheng (right) with his family and friends in Berg House in upper Hirafu in 2016.
Singapore investor Peter Fu Chong Cheng (right) with his family and friends in Berg House in upper Hirafu in 2016.PHOTO: COURTESY OF KUO GROUP
The Berg House, a Japanese-style timber lodge, was bought in 2012 by Kuo Group's Peter Fu Chong Cheng. There are plans for a new six-storey Berg House on the site.
The Berg House, a Japanese-style timber lodge, was bought in 2012 by Kuo Group's Peter Fu Chong Cheng. There are plans for a new six-storey Berg House on the site.PHOTO: COURTESY OF KUO GROUP

Singapore investor Peter Fu Chong Cheng saw Niseko's potential long before it started becoming Asia's answer to Whistler in Canada.

The opportunity came after the Fukushima nuclear crisis of 2011.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 09, 2018, with the headline 'Savvy investors sense good run'. Print Edition | Subscribe