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Trailer home resort Moving Inn Tokachi Kitanomori οpens in Hokkaido, Japan

The individual lodging sites are isolated within the premises, and guests can choose between two styles: the “Grand Suite” sites, “NAGAME” and “AWASE,” and the “Nature Suite” sites, “KODACHI” and “HOTORI.”

TOKYO – Moving Inn, Inc. opened Moving Inn Tokachi Kitanomori (Forest-of-the-North in English)” on April 28, 2023, in Hokkaido, Japan, which is fast becoming a destination spot for international travelers. Moving Inn Tokachi Kitanomori delivers luxurious accommodations in breathtaking natural surroundings at four secluded spots within more than 16 acres of virgin forest. Moving Inn provides a unique travel and camping experience that allows guests to enjoy the natural beauty of the forest and waterways while staying in a cozy trailer home.

The individual lodging sites are isolated within the premises, and guests can choose between two styles: the “Grand Suite” sites, “NAGAME” and “AWASE,” and the “Nature Suite” sites, “KODACHI” and “HOTORI.” One of the appeals of Moving Inn Tokachi Kitanomori is that each site is more than 218 yards apart. So the sites are very private.

Guests can rent a high-class camper such as a Hiace or Land Cruiser that has been customized by Moving Inn for camping. It can be used as lodging, or guests can drive their vans to their site. All sites have an enclosed wood-fired sauna and open-air baths. Creative cuisine made from local wild ingredients and supervised by Kan Morieda, a well-known Tokyo-based chef from Hokkaido, is available. Other outdoor activities include outdoor saunas and riverside relaxation.

“Grand Suite” sites

Each “Grand Suite” consists of a guest room trailer and a dining trailer, both fully equipped with hotel-like accommodations. “NAGAME” is designed by Shiro Miura, who focuses on traditional Japanese architectural styles, on the concept such as “Return to the primitive way of living” as seen in the traditional Japanese tatami (floor mat) culture. The living space is designed to promote stress-free simplicity. Many choose to relax on the tatami mat under the canopy of trees while still enjoying the comfort of home. Each “Grand Suite” commands beautiful views that bring guests closer to the nature of Hokkaido.

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