Hokkaido

Hokkaido is the second largest, northernmost and least developed of Japan's four main islands. Its weather is harsh in winter with lots of snowfall, below zero temperatures and frozen seas, while in summer it does not get as hot and humid as in the other parts of the country.

With its unspoiled nature, Hokkaido attracts many outdoor lovers, including skiers and snowboarders in the colder seasons and hikers, cyclists and campers from June to September.

Situated on Japan's most northerly island, this Club Med all-inclusive resort is a spectacular mecca of winter sports magic. Active families can ski and snowboard where the Sapporo Olympic Games took place in 1972.

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.