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Introducing Our Yumori
Ever since our founder, Kinzou Takimoto, watched his wife’s health improve as she took the waters of Noboribetsu nearly 160 years ago, Daiichi-Takimotokan has been a place of refuge, healing, and comm...
December Lunch: Breaded Beef Cutlet
As everyone is busy preparing for Christmas and New Years in the cold weather, it important to take care of our health. With that in mind, join us for some warm and hearty food to keep your mind and ...
Winter Travel Amenities
We just finished an exciting redesign of the amenities we offer guests in each of our rooms. Waiting for each of our guests is a basket of useful toiletry items, tailored for both men and wome...
A New Sommelier on Staff
We are pleased to announce that Akira Takahashi, a restaurant manager at Dai-ichi Takimotokan, recently passed the sommelier test with flying colors! We include a clipping from the November 30th M...
Christmas Fair and Takimaru-kun’s Friends
The best way, of course, to begin the Christmas Fair was to put up a Christmas tree. On the morning of November 23rd, we started decorating the huge tree in our lobby. The tree is about five m...
Christmas Fair Starting Soon!
The first snow of a few weeks ago has put us in a holiday mood at Takimotokan. As we prepare for New Year Festivities and some traditional winter fun, we decided to add something new this year: a Chri...
A Uniform Change
This November, as a new season begins, we decided to introduce new uniforms for our staff. It has been about twenty years since our last significant change to the uniforms, and over the years there ha...
Buffet Shrimp Tempura are Bigger!
What is your favorite tempura? Most Japanese people would answer shrimp, but tempura changes throughout the year. Whatever is being harvested from the fields is what we use. Originally made by Spanish...
November Lunch: Grilled Duck
Last night some of the first snow came floating down in Noboribetsu. Although, the nearby mountains still shimmer with autumn leaves, the snow reminds us that it will soon be November and that winter ...
Announcing the 42nd Aito Dance Festival!
It’s time to break out your dancing shoes and fancy dress for this annual autumn event at Dai-ichi Takimotokan! Aito literally translates as “to love onsen (hot springs)”, and what better way to s...
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