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Hidaka Wing

The art deco style Hidaka Wing was completed in 1995. Its design is characterized by the beautiful harmony between the straight line and the curved. Guests will enjoy the luxurious atmosphere and feel as if they were in Paris of the 1930`s. The lavish use of local natural materials in the construction of the building provides a comfortable setting reminiscent of the heyday of this design style.

Oaken Staircase
A stairway must provide a beautiful background for the people who use it. The main staircase, which is made of oak, flows with beautiful lines. Each time guests use the stairs they will feel the strength, warmth and the sense of permanence of solid oak.
Calce Rasato wall
Akira Kusumi designed and hand finished the hotelÕs blue plaster wall. As one of the most skilful artisans in Japan he is a master of the "Calce Rasato" technique used here. Please enjoy the feel of the wall as well as the three different colored columns.
Spacious hallway
The second floor hallway is quite spacious. The floor, which gently reflects light, is made of tiles especially created for the Hokkaido Hotel. They are called "pressed tiles," which are hardened by pressure instead of firing.
Bricks made in Tokachi
The bricks on both interior and exterior walls were all made locally in Tokachi. The clay was collected in Shikaoi and fired in Toyokoro and Makubetsu. These are superior bricks that were carefully selected for their feel and color.
Ainu patterns on the outer walls
The outer walls of the buildings are made of bricks of different colors, and form traditional decorative patterns of the Ainu, the native residents of Hokkaido.
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1, Minami-19, Nishi-7,
Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan
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