Sahoro Hokkaido

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Traditional culture meets perfect powder snow in this ski resort in Japan

This small Family Resort was opened in 1987, in an enchanting location at the foot of the ski slopes, surrounded by forest.After skiing, relax in the swimming pool or hot tub. Enjoy a family walk to admire the beauty of the mountain scenery.
Altitude: 1,030 metres (3,400ft).

Located in a very woody region, at the foot of the slopes, this resort of 177 rooms and suites in two adjoining buildings.


Comfortable and elegant Club accommodation. All the rooms have futons (Japanese-style bed on tatami).

Surface 29 m² - 37 m², 312 - 398 sqft
Guests 1 - 6 persons


A spacious Deluxe Room offering generous comfort in an elegant atmosphere. Some of the bedrooms have futons (Japanese-style bed on tatami).

Surface 29 m² - 37 m², 312 - 398 sqft
Guests 1 - 6 persons


A spacious and elegant Suite which ensures you of premium comfort, equipped with futons (Japanese-style bed on tatami).

Surface 64 m² - 64 m², 689 - 689 sqft
Guests 1 - 6 persons

Creative cuisine and delicious food is of utmost importance here at Club Med. Our chefs go out of their way to serve you wonderful local/international cuisine in a fabulous atmosphere. Impeccable table art will bring your table to life and you'll just have to sit back, relax and let the food and staff do the rest.
In line with Japanese law, Club Med may serve alcoholic drinks only to guests aged 20 years old and over.

The Daichi

Your senses will receive a delicate awakening thanks to the selection of international dishes - with a special focus on traditional Japanese cuisine - served at the buffet. Parents can prepare meals for their little ones in the Baby Corner.

Mina Mina

Enjoy the nabe experience in this speciality restaurant on Hokkaido Island.
Nabe is a traditional Hokkaido soup served in a heated pot on the table, with a variety of ingredients added on the spot. It's a real family dish, and more of a concept than an actual recipe. The restaurant has a modern Japanese feel, with vast windows and fabulous views.

Price includes

No need to carry cash around with you thanks to a selection of drinks and snacks included in your offer. These range from fruit juices and sodas to hot drinks and cocktails with and without alcohol. Local and international wines and spirits are also available. If you're feeling moreish then simply choose from a selection of sweet and savoury snacks.
In line with Japanese law, Club Med may serve alcoholic drinks only to guests aged 20 years old and over.

With supplement

Bottled and canned drinks can be brought from vending machines placed around some Resorts and/or the Club Med Boutique. These are not included in your offer, neither is champagne or wines from the à la carte menu. VSOP and XO spirits come at an additional cost as do quality drinks from a selection of super - premium brands.

The Wakka

Enjoy stunning mountain views while sipping a refreshing drink amid elegant Japanese decor in this stylish bar.
When the sun goes down, relax in a lounge atmosphere where our staff will serve you the drinks and snacks of your choice. Families will love the designated children's area with a selection of soft drinks and sweets.

With the benefit of over 40 years' Club Med experience behind it, our Resort proposes innovative clubs for children and teenagers:

- Dedicated areas specifically designed for their needs, and equipment designed with a view to comfort and safety

- G.O®s with a passion for their job(1)

- Skiing or snowboard lessons given by professional ski instructors, creative activities and games for the different age groups

- Opening hours that allow parents to make the most of their day's skiing, and respect the children's desires and sleeping patterns

For information: the children's clubs are open all week.

(1)In France, G.O®s with a BAFA (State diploma for youth group leaders) or childcare qualification, depending on the age of the children; in other countries, an equivalent local diploma or relevant experience.

Petit Club Med® (2 to under 4)

Fun and spacious premises with plenty of outdoor space, your toddlers will have great fun with their friends, and explore a great range of activities designed to introduce them to new experiences:

From 8.30 am to 5 pm and from 6.45 pm to 8.30 pm, every day

Mini Club Med® (4 to 10)

All is organized by our GOs to make sure your kids have an action packed vacation. On the program: activities and sports adapted to each age group.

From 8.30 am to 5 pm and from 6.45 pm to 8.30 pm, every day

Juniors' Club Med® (11 to 17)

Teenagers can meet up and take part in the activities that interest them most, in the company of their G.O®:

From 9.30 am to 7 pm and from 7 pm to 8.30 pm, every day

Club Med Baby Welcome® (from birth to under 2 years old)

From 4 to 23 months

We’ve done everything in our power to ensure the comfort and well-being of parents and babies.

Personal welcome, baby-care material available in your room and/or in the baby feeding room (cot, changing mat, baby bath, high chair on request, bottle-warmer), sweet and savoury baby foods, Baby corner equipped to prepare babies' meals, high chairs in the restaurant.

Spare strollers are also available if required.

Pyjamas Club®

From 4 months to 7 years

The Pyjamas Club® leaves parents free to organize their evening as they wish. This group babysitting service run by experienced G.O®s in a dedicated area provides all the necessary comforts (beds, daybeds, video area, etc).

Baby corner

From 4 to 23 months

This baby corner, located in the main restaurant, proposes sweet and savoury baby foods and all the equipment necessary for preparing your babies' meals.

Snow garden

From 4 to 10 years

From 4 years old, participants learn to ski, with circuits around figurines and under hoops; they learn to use the ski tow and snow belt.


From 4 months to 10 years

The playgrounds independent of the children's club facilities are open to children accompanied by their parents.


  • Alpine skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Yoga
  • Stretching
  • Fitness School
  • Weights and cardio room
  • Squash


Japan in brief

- Surface area: 377,900 sq km

- Capital: Tokyo

- Official language: Japanese

- Currency: the Yen

- Religions: Shintoism (90%), Buddhism and Catholicism (10%)

Useful facts for your stay at Kabira Beach Club Med

Main public holidays and events in Japan

- in February: anniversary of the foundation of the State (11 February) / the Sapporo Snow Festival, an open air museum with fabulous snow sculputes and ice statues (during February)

- in May: Constitution Memorial Day (3 May)

- in July: Obon, a festival to commemorate deceased ancestors (13-15 July)

- in September: Respect for the Aged Day, Keiro no Hi (3rd Monday in September)

- in November: Day of Culture, Bunka no Hi, with art exhibitions, parades and ceremonies (3 November)

- in December, the Emperor’s birthday and Japanese National Holiday (23 December

Japanese culinary specialities

- Starters: tuna maki, chicken soup

- Typical dishes: goya (a vegetable found in Okinawa), gyoza (Japanese ravioli), shabu-shabu (Japanese fondue), rice, saba (buckwheat noodles), sushi

- Fish: grilled fish, salmon with green tea sauce, tempura (deep-fried seafood and vegetables)

- Meat: niku-don (slices of meat and rice), yakitori (chicken kebabs)

- Desserts: Fruit agar agar, yokan (made of red bean paste), bananas with coconut milk, green tea cake

- Drinks: sake, sochu (distilled grain liqueur)

Flora and fauna native to Japan

- Flora: deciduous trees such as the kamba, the miyama-nakamado and the todomatsu; conifers such as the shirabe, and the Japanese maple.

- Fauna: deer, wild boar, foxes, hares, brown bears, eagles, falcon...

Shopping in Japan

- Craftwork: lacquered objets, lucky charms, Japanese prints, kokeshi dolls, ryukyu glass, ceramics

- Local produce: soya sauce, sesame oil, asazuke marinade, neri mustard, yuzu kosho (condiment with yuzu and chilis), schichimi togarashi (hot chillies), wasabi

A few useful expressions for your stay in Japan

- Hello: konnichiwa

- Goodbye: sayonara

- Thankyou: arigato

- Yes: hai

- No: lle

- Please: shitekudasaï

Places of interest to discover in the area surrounding Sahoro Club Med

Make the most of your stay at Sahoro Club Med to discover the natural beauty and fascinating culture of the region.

In the far east of Asia, Japan is an archipelago with a thousand faces. Besides Tokyo and Osaka, the two giant cities that represent Japan’s economic power and technology, there are a multitude of towns and villages that have preserved their age-old traditions.

The typical, authentic village of Shintoku is 15 km from Club Med.

Travel time: a 20-minute drive.

Obihiro is 70 km from Club Med. The city houses the headquarters of the fifth division of the northern army of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. The emblems of Obihiro are the skylark and the birch tree.

Travel time: a one-hour drive.

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Sahoro Hokkaido

This small Family Resort was opened in 1987, in an enchanting location at the foot of the ski slopes, surrounded by forest.After skiing, relax in the swimming pool or hot tub. Enjoy a family walk to admire the beauty of the mountain scenery.
Altitude: 1,030 metres (3,400ft).

  • Skiing at a winter sports Mecca on the other side of the earth
  • Savouring Japanese lifestyle, with a traditional hot tub or a delicately steaming Japanese tea
  • Your children perfecting their snowplough or slalom on beautifully soft snow
  • Tasting a salmon "nabe", one of Hokkaido's most typical dishes

Trip Advisor award: Traveler's Choice 2017
Trip Advisor award: Certificate of Excellence 2016

Well-being activities

A relaxing break in a space dedicated to serenity

Just relax and experience a moment of intense wellness.


  • Individual treatment rooms
  • Zen Area

For information:
The term massage implies a superficial manipulation of the face or body, solely for aesthetic purposes, sometimes to ensure optimal penetration of a cosmetic product, or for comfort. The massage referred to is an external massage of the skin, with no medical or therapeutic aim. It may be done manually or with mechanical aids, exclusively by qualified, trained professionals.

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