Getting To Tomamu

Getting To Tomamu

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Where is Tomamu Japan?

Tomamu is situated about 150 km to the east of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

The small village of Naka-tomamu sits just near the Tomamu train station, which only consists of several houses, a handful of pensions, and a hotel. The nearest decent sized town, Shintoku, is a 20 minute (40km) train ride away.

How To Get To Tomamu

See the getting to Hokkaido page for information on flights to Sapporo.

From Sapporo International Airport

Getting the Train to Tomamu Japan
Tomamu is a very comfortable 70-90 minute express train trip from New Chitose Airport (Sapporo International Airport) via the Minami Chitose station (which is one stop from the airport). See Hyperdia for timetables and rates. From the Tomamu train station it’s only a 5 minute bus ride to the resort. Complimentary transfer buses are at the platform to meet each arriving train which will take you to your hotel.

Bus to Tomamu
You can book shuttles between the airport and Tomamu here (for booking from October onwards and need to be booked at least 9 days in advance).

Club Med guests can also book scheduled or private transfers via Club Med.

Driving to Tomamu
The drive from the New Chitose Airport to Tomamu takes about 2 hours. Take the Do-to Expressway from the Chitose Higashi IC, which is a 15 minute drive from New Chitose Airport, to the Yubari IC. Take National Route 274 for Obihiro and go through the Hotaka Tunnel. Go past the sign for Shimukappu-mura, and then turn left at the Meiseki PA on the right which has a sign pointing to Shimukappu. Or the Tomamu phone number for GPS navigation is 0167-58-1111.

Travel to Tomamu Japan From Sapporo City

Tomamu Bus
You can book shuttles between Sapporo and Tomamu here (for booking from October onwards).

Driving to Tomamu from Sapporo
Take the Do-oh and Do-to expressways from the Sapporo IC to the Yubari IC via the Chitose Eniwa JCT. Take National Route 274 for Obihiro and then follow directions as above. The drive takes about 2 hours 10 minutes.

From Asahikawa City & Airport

You can book a bus between Asahikawa and Tomamu via the zoo.

From Furano

The bus trip from Furano to Tomamu takes about 1 hour and is reasonably inexpensive.  You can book bus tickets at the Furano Tourist Information Centre located at the base of the Kitanomine gondola.

Or you can get to Tomamu from Furano as part of a guided ski or snowboard trip for the day.

Guided Day Trips

Another way to get to Tomamu is via a guided day trip from another ski area such as Furano.

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Getting Around Tomamu

Getting around between the Tomamu hotels and restaurants areas is very easy. The entire village is linked together by a very efficient and regular shuttle bus service that stops at the hotels, resort center and spa centre every 15 minutes.

It's easy to walk between the Tower Hotel and Risonare Hotel and their associated restaurants via the Sky Walk. This is an indoor passageway that passes through the forest. It might be indoors but it's not warm, so rug up!

If you’re staying at Pension Ing down the road from the resort, the owner will drive you to and from the resort during the day if you don’t have your own wheels.

Other Ski Resorts Nearby

Other resorts nearby include:

Shuttle buses are available (bookable after October) between:

Club Med sometimes provides bus services between Tomamu and Sahoro, so guests can enjoy a day at the other resort.