Shiokari Hütte was newly opened in JUNE 2013. We have built our cabin with pine trees by ourselves and opened a youth hostel at Shiokari Pass, Wassamu-cho, Hokkaido, our hometown. The hostel is ideal for relieving stress. Our guests enjoy relaxing in the aromas of woods of handmade beds, tables and stairs. The hostel also features a bright and cozy common room with a wood-burning fireplace and large windows.
Our goal is to offer affordable and memorable accommodation to each and every guest. We welcome single travelers, families, all couples, active seniors and business people. Book a stay with us today… we look forward to meeting you.
Born in 1975 at Wassamu, Hokkaido. Majored in architecture at a high-school in Nayoro and a university in Saitama. The first job was at Tokyo office of a Swedish company. Worked at a log cabin maker in Canada in 2002 and at a trading company in Osaka as a sales rep from 2003. Moved into Wassamu in Feb 2012 and worked hard to build Shiokari Hütte. The hobbies are mountain trekking and DIY.
Born and raised in Osaka. Worked at hotels in British Colombia and Alberta in Canada as a house keeper and a waitress in 1993. After coming back to Japan, worked at an import company as a head of an international business division. Moved into Wassamu in Feb 2012. The hobbies are travelling and hiking.