At Manseikaku, we work daily toward making
our three Hokkaido hot spring resorts
— Toyako, Noboribetsu, and Jozankei —
into delightful hotel experiences for our customers.

About ManseikakuAbout Manseikaku

Greetings from the DirectorCompany Philosophy/Vision
HistoryCompany Overview

Greetings from the Director

Aiming for High Places   Representative Director Kiyomasa HamanoAiming for High Places   Representative Director Kiyomasa Hamano

To the tourism industry, which is crucial in supporting Japan's economy:

Facing low birthrates, a declining population, intensifying global economic competition, and the rise of emerging economies, the Japanese economy is in a very difficult situation.
For that reason, elements of Japanese culture are now registered in the Intangible Cultural Heritage list.
We can say that we, the tourism industry, carry the growing responsibility of shouldering Japan's proud "Spirit of Hospitality," amounting to not just Japanese cuisine, but also subcultures like anime and manga which are born from the Japanese spirituality and way of thinking.

From competition to cooperation, spreading Hokkaido ALL's charm

With the increasing travel demand in the Asian regions, and both the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics being held in Japan, the number of visiting tourists will continue to grow. transitioning from individual competition to group cooperation in order to meet global sightseeing standards, we will spread Hokkaido's charm, both inside and outside of the country. Hokkaido's tourism is entering such a time.

We continue to aim for new heights with everyone

Manseikaku is here today thanks to the support of our customers, business partners, and everyone from the area. And we've always been cheered on by Hokkaido's soil and blessings which raised us. From here onward, we, Manseikaku, will continue to thank our customers, follow our predecessors, respect Hokkaido's soil, cooperate with our allies involved in tourism, and further devote ourselves as a driving force in developing Hokkaido's tourism.

Company Philosophy/Vision

To be a hotel loved by Hokkaido! To that end, we will establish a safe and secure environment, build trusting relationships, continue to be grateful, value consideration, and continue to rise to the challenge.To be a hotel loved by Hokkaido! To that end, we will establish a safe and secure environment, build trusting relationships, continue to be grateful, value consideration, and continue to rise to the challenge.

History

  • Existing pillars since the time of foundationExisting pillars since the time of foundation
  • Toyako Manseikaku was called Ryugu Castle back in the 1960sToyako Manseikaku was called "Ryugu Castle" back in the 1960s

(Left)Existing pillars since the time of foundation
(Right)Toyako Manseikaku was called "Ryugu Castle" back in the 1960s

(Upper) 1992 relocation and opening of Noboribetsu Manseikaku
(Left) 1997 opening of Jozankei Manseikaku Hotel Milione
(Right) Present Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace

June 1941 Started operations for Manseikan
at Toyako Onsen
September 1944 Manseikan established and registered
as Manseikaku Corporation
August 1951 Added new eastern building to Manseikaku
October 1959 Established the Sapporo information office
May 1963 Constructed the new Hotel Manseikaku,
formerly known as Manseikaku
May 1968 Constructed the new Noboribetsu Onsen
Hotel Manseikaku
April 1978 Changed Hotel Manseikaku's name to
Toyako Manseikaku
June 1978 Added central building to Toyako Manseikaku
April 1986 Noboribetsu Onsen Hotel Manseikaku renovated and renamed to Noboribetsu Oyado Manseikaku
March 1989 Complete remodeling of Hotel Manseikaku
April 1992 Noboribetsu Oyado Manseikaku relocated and renamed to Noboribetsu Manseikaku
April 1997 Started operations for Jozankei Manseikaku Hotel Milione
April 2008 Renamed to Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace and remodeled the Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace central building's guest rooms from Japanese to Western-style.
May 2010 Remodeled the Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace western building's guest rooms from Japanese to Western-style
April 2014 Partially remodeled Jokanzei Manseikaku Hotel Milione's B1F's Buffet Restaurant
May 2015 Completely remodeled Jokanzei Manseikaku Hotel Milione's first floor and opened the lounge with bakery, Birch Terrace - Bakery and Cafe
June 2016 Completely remodeled Jokanzei Manseikaku Hotel Milione's B1F's Buffet Restaurant
April 2017 Completely remodeled Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace western building's 1F's Buffet Restaurant
April 2018 Completely remodeled Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace western building's 8F's bathhouse, Hoshi no Yu
  • Manseikaku Hotel

(Left)1992 relocation and opening of Noboribetsu Manseikaku
(Middle)1997 opening of Jozankei Manseikaku Hotel Milione
(Right)Present Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace

Company Overview

Trade name: Manseikaku Corporation
Present location: 21 Toyako Onsen, Toyako City, Abuta Ward, Hokkaido
Representative: Representative Director Hamano Kiyomasa
Capital Stock: 30 million yen
Founding: June 1941
Incorporation: September 1944
Office: Toyako Manseikaku Hotel Lakeside Terrace 21 Toyako Onsen, Toyako City, Abuta Ward, Hokkaido
Noboribetsu Manseikaku 21 Noboribetsu Onsen, Noboribetsu City, Hokkaido
Jokanzei Manseikaku Hotel Milione Block 3, Jokanzei Onsen, Minami Ward,
  Sapporo City, Hokkaido
Sapporo office 4-11 Odorinishi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido
  10F Odori Fuji Building
Business Description: Japanese hot springs inn industry, restaurant management, cafeteria/shop management, hotel/inn management guidance/advisory services, management outsourcing company, travel industry rooted in the travel industry laws, All businesses incidental to the above
Number of staff: 354 (Male: 195, Female: 159)
Number of company workers: 204 (Male: 142/Female: 62) *As of April 2018,
Inn industry Registration Card: Hokkaido governor Inn industry Registration #2-675

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