Located on the second largest island of Japan, Hokkaido is a mountainous region renowned for its powder snow and exciting outdoor pursuits. From a variety of safe snow activities guided by our G.O®s, to exquisite cuisine and award-winning locally brewed spirits, Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido all-inclusive resort is the ultimate winter escape situated in the heart of the island.
Hokkaido has earned an excellent reputation as a top winter sports destination. It boasts a ski-perfect climate, where the finest powder snow covers every inch of the mountain. Club Med Hokkaido is the perfect winter holiday destination for all—from families to couples, all guests can enjoy a variety of winter activities.
Explore the best powder snow, pure fresh air, traditional Japanese cuisine, and a wealth of family journeys to share at Club Med Sahoro Hokkaido. For skiers of all levels, our dedicated mountains feature a larger ski domain, with perfect powder slopes, ski lifts, a snow park, and a gondola for thrilling days in the snow. Our charming, authentic Japanese mountain escape offers an all-inclusive experience to make winter holidays easy and hassle-free. With expertly guided ski lessons, horseback riding, a relaxing outdoor Canadian bath, and endless pursuits for children, a holiday tradition spent here will create indelible memories for your friends and family.
Discover Hokkaido mountain charm
Gastronomy is a serious art at Club Med. Plunge into Japanese culinary traditions with seafood Nabe hot-pot at the Mina Mina restaurant at Club Med Sahoro Hokkaido. Savour from a selection of freshly prepared delights highlighting the local flavours of Hokkaido.
Roll up some snow, have an impromptu snowball fight, build a snowman, or sled down hills blanketed by soft Japanese powder snow. The beautiful mountain landscape coupled with the magic of the falling flakes make for an unforgettable holiday together with your loved ones.
Dive into the hidden traditions of the Ainu, an indigenous group hailing from Hokkaido, Japan, right here at Club Med. These “bear people”, as they are called, use patterns and carvings to create craft pieces that express their concept of nature to decorate a variety of everyday items.