Experience a summer escape at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Experience a summer escape like never before at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Experience a summer escape at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido

Club Med, the leader of Premium All-Inclusive (PAI) holidays, officially opened its newest mountain resort in Japan, Club Med Tomamu late last year. With idyllic views from the spectacular Tomamu mountain, the 145-hectare resort provides a thrilling escape where boundless activities await to be discovered this summer.

“Club Med aims to provide its guests with an amazing holiday experience. With Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido, we have outdone ourselves again by expanding our all-inclusive, hassle-free holiday experience beyond the boundaries of a Club Med resort. Guests can experience all that Hokkaido has to offer on the best selected excursions during their stay in our resort. We are working towards having Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido be a dream destination for everyone, all year round,” commented Xavier Desaulles, CEO of Club Med East and South Asia and Pacific.

Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido – A New Summer Escape In The Mountains

Surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges and charming farmlands, guests can look forward to an array of exclusive “Must-try Experiences” unique to Hokkaido in the summer. Located at the heart of Hokkaido Island, Club Med Tomamu is the perfect haven for guests to experience all Hokkaido has to offer.

Uncover the Wonders of Tomamu

The excursions offered are carefully handpicked to showcase the best of Hokkaido during the summer. Guests can explore the vibrant colours of the flower-filled hills of Tomamu or be enchanted by the impressive views of Biei as they stroll through the panoramic flower beds. Alternatively, head down to the famed Farm Tomita at Furano where soothing lavender scents greet you at the entrance
of the flower plantation that stretches beyond the horizon.

As the eventful day draws to a close, the alluring Blue Pond is the best place for guests to unwind and rejuvenate. The pond’s minerals create a picturesque enigmatic azure hue, which will be the perfect venue to snap a memento as the colours are well contrasted by the dense green forest surrounding the pond.

Indulge in an Authentic Hokkaido Culinary Experience

Guests can enjoy a wide range of delectable International and Japanese dishes including the freshest catch of the day at the resort’s main buffet restaurant, Itara. With four distinct spaces, each section of the restaurant brings guests on a unique immersive experience.

An unforgettable Yakiniku dining experience awaits at the Specialty Restaurant, Haku. Premium Hokkaido and Wagyu beef is served and grilled tableside, providing a culinary experience for all senses. Join in for a guided tasting of a range of premium whiskies such as the award-winning Nikka and Suntory’s single malt Yamazaki, as well as local sakes that will leave taste buds tingling for more.

Guests at Club Med can also enjoy the fresh and crisp mountainous air as they barbeque fresh meats and seafood in a convivial outdoor atmosphere. End the evening with Hokkaido’s well-known soft serve that will have you coming back for more.

Club Med’s Summer Adventures

A whole new world of vibrancy awaits guests at Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido. At sunrise, experience the mesmerising natural phenomenon of clouds rising over the mountains at the Unkai Terrace* also known as the “Sea of Clouds”.

Club Med’s established Circus Academy will make guests feel young again as they experience what it is like to be an acrobat at the top of the mountain. Under the guidance of our trained G.Os, guests will master the art of juggling, percussion and dance, and even get to swing from a trapeze.

The Mountain Academy welcomes all to explore the astonishing mountains of Hokkaido. Guests seeking an exciting outdoor adventure can go on a mountain biking or hiking expedition through the picturesque mountains with our experienced G.Os. For those looking to just enjoy the scenery, there are relaxing nature walks to picnic spots where guests can immerse themselves in a quiet, intimate time against a stunning mountainous backdrop.

After a long day of activities, Mina Mina Beach*, Japan’s largest indoor wave pool is the perfect place to unwind. Guests can also rejuvenate their souls in the outdoor Japanese public bath, Kirin-no Yu.

Endless Fun For Your Little Ones

Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido ensures fun for the whole family. Little ones can enjoy a host of activities specially tailored for them, managed by internationally recruited and trained G.Os. Kids aged two to three years old can join Petit Club Med, where they can dive into creative and enriching activities such as puppet shows, arts and crafts and face painting. The Mini Club Med promises kids
aged four to ten years old an adventure-packed holiday with exciting sports and activities like dance and group games lined up for them.

Additionally, Club Med Passworld caters to teenage guests aged between eleven to seventeen years old. Creating an environment for guests to freely express their creativity, Club Med Passworld offers activities like graffiti art and singing. After a fun-packed day, the restless youth can wind down with a film or dance the night away.

For an unforgettable summer getaway, please visit www.clubmed.com.sg/r/Tomamu-Hokkaido/s.

Mountain Leadership

For over 60 years, Club Med has been committed to firmly positioning itself as the undisputed leader in the ski tourism industry by offering easy, relaxing and all-inclusive holidays in the world’s best ski domains. Club Med has expanded its reach across Europe and Asia since its first ski resort opened in 1956. With over 20 ski resorts in its portfolio, Club Med is now known as the world’s largest ski resort  operator, from the soaring peaks of Mont-Blanc in the French Alps to the powder perfect slopes of Hokkaido Japan.

With Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido’s upscale ski experience, guests can carve the same slopes as athletes who are participating for the Winter Olympics. Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido has opened its doors to partnerships such as the Snow Elite Training Program between Club Med and Republic of China Ski & Skiing Association. In addition, Club Med has partnered ski associations of Hong Kong
and Taiwan for the upcoming Olympics in 2022.

With a shared passion for winter sports, Club Med has partnered with Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) to support Australia’s winter athletes leading up to the 2022 Winter Olympics. The collaboration will provide OWIA access to more than 20 of Club Med’s mountain resorts to support athletes with international training and recovery within Club Med’s expertly-appointed resorts. Athletes will be treated to Club Med’s comfortable accommodation, vast selection of nutritious gourmet food and activities to help relax and unwind, assisting them to perform their best.

As summer mountains are becoming a preferred destination for non-mature snow markets such as India, Thailand and Indonesia, Club Med is being sought-after as a ‘central hub’ for excursions. Club Med continues to be the undisputed leader in hassle-free mountain holidays with a host of exciting offerings in the summer with ease of access for G.Ms.

*Operated by Hoshino Resorts

About Club Med
Club Med, founded in 1950 by Gérard Blitz, invented the all-inclusive holiday club concept, adding in activities especially for children with the creation of the Mini Club in 1967. Led by its pioneering spirit, Club Med seeks out exceptional destinations and sites. Today, Club Med is the world’s leading provider of upscale, all-inclusive holiday packages with a French touch for families and working couples. Club Med operates nearly 70 resorts, of which 85 percent are rated Premium & Exclusive Collection. Present in 30 countries around the world, the Group employs more than 23,000 Gentils Organisateurs (GOs) and Gentils Employés (GEs), representing 110 nationalities.

 

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