Enjoy the fresh Hokkaido spring, rejuvenating onsens and delicious cuisine.

Welcome to the source!
Five of the ten different mineral springs officially recognised in Japan feed The Grand Bath!

Savour fresh Hokkaido produce in our delicious seasonal kaiseki menus and buffet dining.

Relax with family and friends in our spacious, beautifully-appointed guest rooms.

Explore diverse facilities to relax, rejuvenate and entertain.

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Important Notices

  • About our efforts to prevent coronavirus infections

    Takimotokan is taking the following precautionary measures so customers can enjoy their stay with peace of mind.

    ■ Staff regularly hand wash, gargle and use alcohol disinfectant when required.
    ■ We check the health of every staff member every day. Any staff feeling unwell or who have a fever are required to stay at home.
    ■ Staff-facing customers are obliged to wear masks to prevent the chance of any customers getting an infection.
    ■ Alcohol disinfectants are provided at various places in the hotel (entrance, public restrooms, restaurants and dining hall entrances), and we ask for your cooperation in disinfecting your hands.
    ■ In addition to regular cleaning, alcohol disinfectant is used every day on all surfaces customers touch such as room keys, elevator switches, doorknobs, and tables.
    ■ In the restaurant we will seat you with as much space as possible between tables.
    ■ Buffet style meals have been changed to set meals. In addition to a Japanese-style set menu, dinner includes all-you-can-eat Japanese crab, beef steak, tempura, and ice cream. Breakfast includes bread, fried egg, bacon, and sausage in addition to Japanese set menu breakfast. (This service will continue until the end of April)

    If you have symptoms such as fever or cough, or if you are unwell, please inform our staff.
    We look forward to your visit.

  • Change to non-smoking facilities

    From 1 April 2020, the following facilities in Takimotokan will all be non-smoking.
    • WakuWaku Plaza, BF Main Building
    Ideyu Soba, Aji-jiman Ramen, Dream Night Club, Misty Piano Salon, Onibayashi Karaoke, Hana Night Club
    • All floors in the Kasui Banquet Building.

    Smoking areas are provided in the BF Group Lounge, 1F Front Desk & 3F Main Building, and 1F Kasui Banquet Building.

  • Change in shuttle bus service schedule

    From 1 June 2020, the timetable for the WakuWaku Go shuttle bus service will change as follows.

    JR Sapporo Station: 13:30 → Takimotokan: 15:30

    From 2 June:
    Takimotokan: 9:30 → JR Sapporo Station: 11:30

    The WakuWaku Go non-stop shuttle bus provides convenient direct access from Sapporo. Reservations are required.

    Please contact us if you have any questions.

  • To our guests: changes due to the Hokkaido State of Emergency

    Thank you as always for your patronage. In response to the Hokkaido State of Emergency, Takimotokan has put in place measures to prioritise customer safety and security. We apologize for any inconvenience they may cause and appreciate your understanding.

    ■ Restaurants: 10 March – late April
    Yunosato Restaurant will be closed for breakfast.

    Genshirin Restaurant: we will change from buffet service to table service with a set menu.

    Dinner buffet > Change to Japanese set menu
    In addition, all-you-can-eat Japanese crab, beef steak, tempura and ice cream are available.

    Breakfast buffet > Change to Japanese set menu
    In addition to fresh breads, fried bacon, eggs and sausages will be cooked to order.
    If you have food allergies, please let us know in advance.

    ■ Hokkai Ideyu Daiko: 7 March – 25 April
    All Taiko performances are cancelled. A new performance schedule will be announced on our website as soon as it is finalized.

    If you have any other questions, please contact us.

  • Annual Maintenance Closure

    All buildings in Takimotokan will be closed 7 – 9 April 2020 (Tuesday to Thursday) for our annual checks and maintenance. We will also be closed to Day Visitors on 7 – 10 April. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

  • Change in Spa tax

    The Spa tax levied by Noboribetsu City on all adult overnight guests will increase on 1 April 2020 to ¥300.
    For more information, see the Noboribetsu City Tourism website.
    [About Spa tax]

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Notice of Temporary Closure Extension

2020/05/29
Although the State of Emergency in Hokkaido has been lifted, new infections are still being confirmed in Hokkaido.  Takimotokan will remain closed until June 18th (Thursday).
We apologize for any inconvenience caused to customers who have a reservation during this period. We thank you for your understanding during this difficult time.