Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Get ready to ride a different wave at Hokkaido’s newest and most breathtaking ski resort.

Club Med, the largest ski resort operator in the world, will introduce the brand’s latest skiing sensation at the Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido in December 2017. Sprawled across hectres of Tomamu mountain, the resort is immersed in layers of soft powder snow perfect for thrill seekers seeking out a one-of-kind snow vacation. Indulge in heart-thumping snow activities like trekking and sledding, or hang out at Mina Mina, Japan’s largest indoor wave pool.


General design concept of Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Award-winning French designer, Jean Phillippe Nuel, provides a twist to modern Japanese chic at the Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido. The resort's distinctive design brings Japan's four seasons to life.... in vivid colours, shapes and textures, bringing the beauty of nature from the outdoors in.


Soak in views of a majestic winter wonderland from your private urban space

- Spacious rooms
- Panoramic Mountain views
- Able to accommodate large families
- Duplex suites


Taste Hokkaido’s freshest catch at Itara, and savour authentic, fresh-off-the-grill Yakiniku at Haku. Your unforgettable gastronomic adventure starts here

▲ ITARA _Main restaurant
4 dining areas reflecting the different seasons
- SPRING: Bucolic valley
- SUMMER: Rising sun
- AUTUMN: Hokkaido mountain cottage
- WINTER: Sea of clouds (Unkai Terrace)

▲ HAKU _Specialty restaurant
Authentic Yakiniku fresh off the grill


Raise your glass of Japanese whisky to true destination dining. It’s not just the mountains - the infectious beats and refreshing libations will have you feeling on top of the world

▲ UNKAI _Main bar
A heady mix of intoxicating brews, majestic views and lush beats, no evening is complete without a trip to the dynamic Unkai. Cosy up to the fireplace as you soak in unmitigated mountain views over an ice-cold pint or two

▲ THE NEST _Zen bar
Warm up with traditional Japanese tea lessons or indulge in a glass of premium whisky* atop pristine mountains (available from January 2018)