The concept for this hotel is based on the natural features of Hokkaido. Comfortable space full of greenery, dishes with premium ingredients, and impeccable hospitality led Hokkaido Hotel to the sixth best historical hotel in Japan in a survey of one of the world's largest travel websites.
The hotel's restaurants include Bird Watch Café facing a terrace, Rokuro Japanese restaurant with lights through the trees, Kotan teppanyaki grill restaurant, and Bear bar. These chefs cook the most of local food and ingredients based on the Eat healthy, live healthy concept.
The hotel has technique to collaborate on sound, light, and images with the most advanced equipment, and facilities to match guest's requests. Expert staffs wish newly married couples good luck for the future through their coordination. An annex was opened in July 2015.
Japanese-style modern Toyo-tei hotel and Hosyu-tei, which was opened in April 2011, have different atmospheres. Toyo-tei proudly offers guests classical guestrooms with custom-made furniture based on the concept of harmonizing tradition and modern living. Meanwhile, Hosyu-tei has 24 guestrooms with a private open-air bath, and all guestrooms allow guests to enjoy a magnificent view of the Tokachi River in a cozy atmosphere. Often called hot spring for beauty, the moor hot springs are rich with botanical nutrients and have been designated as a Hokkaido Heritage.
In May 2013, Club Dining Tokachi restaurant with its menu including teppanyaki grill was opened. Juhyo teppanyaki restaurant offers complete meal characterized by seasonal vegetables, seafood, Tokachi Beef and other premium ingredients cooked right in front of guests along with carefully selected wine to match the dishes.
The name Sanyoan was derived from an old Chinese proverb that says man should read books in 3 extra time, winter in a year, night in a day, rain in a day, "sanyo" in Japanese. It was built as an annex to Daiichi Hotel, and 2013 marked the 10th anniversary of its opening. Sanyoan was designed by one of leading design offices in Japan – Atelier Zo in Otofuke Town.
The hotel has only 11 guestrooms to ensure that guests will enjoy the greatest hospitality. Every room has different style, each room offers a distinct color tone and layout. These guestrooms allow guests to be relax both physically and mentally, offering the ultimate stay for relaxation and refreshment.
Shunju Main Dining Room serves creative Japanese cuisine prepared with seasonal Hokkaido ingredients, particularly those from Tokachi. It received 1-Star in Michelin Guide Hokkaido 2012.
Kachimai's forest conservation initiative began as a carbon offset activity by a newspaper company, which consumes large quantities of paper. Tokachi Millennium Forest promotes gardens characterized by harmonious coexistence with the nature in Hokkaido to all over the world. It leads tourism promotion in Tokachi. It held the Hokkaido Garden Show – the first time ever in Hokkaido – in 2012 and the Rose Festival in 2013. It took a first step forward by the events as an eco-friendly resort.
Its Earth Garden and Meadow Garden were designed by the garden designer in London, Dan Pearson, and are the most distinctive among the concepts of 4 gardens here. They won the Grand Award of the Society of Garden Designers Awards 2012, with the judges praising them as "the most beautiful garden in the entries."
This restaurant opened in the former location of Tokachi Brewery in March 2012. With forcusing on eating fresh ingridients in the best season, chefs cook local stuff to highlight the flavor of itself and serve them to your table. The restaurant consists of 5 areas. Our customers may select the area by the purpose of the occasion and the number of guests. The sofa seats – we highly recommend – are perfect for a party in a cozy atmosphere. The restaurant serves nationally popular Tokachi Wagyu beef through the year round.
The name Toteppo came from the nickname of a locomotive carrying beet sugar (a raw material for sugar) in the former Tokachi Railway. Tokachi Toteppo Factory stands adjacent to abolished railway track, and now a promenade is there as an oasis for relaxation for local residents. Popular products here include different types of cheesecake made of natural cheese from Hokkaido, particularly from Tokachi. With bite size and rich flavor, they are a preferred choice for gifts from Tokachi.
Tokachiya serving specialities from Tokachi is at the Ginza Corridor in Tokyo. This casual restaurant has 42 seats.
The food served here is directly sent from Tokachi and includes farm products, seafood, meat, and wine. The restaurant plays the role of promoting Tokachi in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Tokachiya offers cooking lessons using ingredients from Tokachi, holds talk events by food producers, and so on. Reservation is recommended.