A new Japanese restaurant has opened in “Mori Atsuma HOTEL CHUPKI”, a new place to experience nature.


A new travel destination was born in the town of Atsuma, rich in nature. Japanese Cuisine Oma” opened in the elegant Mori Atsuma HOTEL CHUPKI, which is located in the forest. We serve seasonal ingredients with Japanese culinary skills to bring out the deliciousness of the season to our visitors.

Commitment to Meals

At Oma Japanese Restaurant, you can enjoy a private and relaxing time in the beautiful forests of Atsuma and the world of Quercus crispula trees. Here, the “Kaiseki Omakase Course” is offered, using seasonal ingredients from Hokkaido. This course is supervised by “Buntokuzan” in Minami-Azabu, Tokyo, and allows you to enjoy a relaxing and healthy Japanese meal using seasonal ingredients from the Iburi region of Hokkaido.

History of Atsuma

Atsuma has been a place of human habitation since the Jomon period. It has a history of flourishing as a forestry and rice producing area since the pioneer days. Mori Atsuma HOTEL CHUPKI is a rehabilitated farmhouse that was built 120 years ago using the traditional “frame-in-place” construction method.

We hope you will feel the warmth of the good old days.

Ceramic bath experience

You can enjoy the seasonal flowers, wildflowers, autumn leaves, and snow in the deciduous forest surrounding the hotel. Why not take a leisurely stroll through the forest and feel the richness of nature?

Japanese Cuisine oma" in Mori Atsuma HOTEL CHUPKI

Business Hours: 11:00〜15:00
regular closing day: Wednesday, Thursday
lodging: Check-in 15:00
Check-out 10:00
Location: 244-1 Toyosawa, Aza-Toyosawa, Atsuma-cho, Yufu-gun, Hokkaido, Japan 059-1624

>Atsuma Mori HOTEL CHUPKI official website



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