Noboribetsu Onsen owes its existence to Kinzo Takimoto.
Our company originated from a hot spring created for a cherished wife when Kinzo Takimoto made a bath for his ailing wife Sato in 1858. As the wellspring of Noboribetsu Onsen, Dai-ichi Takimotokan is a key tourism center in Hokkaido. Our hot spring water and hospitality continue to restore people from around the world, just as they did in days gone by.
|Company name||Dai-ichi Takimotokan||Banquet rooms||18
4 in the West Building, 3 in the Main Building,12 in the Kasuikan Wing (Banquet Building)
|Address||Noboribetsu Onsen-cho 55, Noboribetsu, Hokkaido, Japan||Conference rooms||2
|Type of business||Hotel||Date of establishment||Founded in 1858 (year 5 of the Ansei period)
Established as a corporation on December 3, 1952
|Parking||For 150 cars||Capital||50 million yen|
|Full occupancy||1,200 guests||Representative||Tomoko Minami, President and Representative Director|
|Grand Bath||4958.678m2 (1,500 tsubo), 35 baths (men’s + women’s)
Play area (25m swimming pool, kiddie pool)
and many others
|Spring water type||5
Sulphur Spring, Alum Spring, Ferrous Sulphate Spring, Sodium Spring, Salt Spring
Muroran Shinkin Bank and others
72 in the Main Building
164 in the South Building
106 in the West Building
49 in the East Building
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