- OMO Hotels
OMO is like a treasure box for the traveler.
Most guidebooks cover the surface, but OMO cover the deeper culture underneath.
Located in the heart of the local scene, OMO is not just an option for the night (we are glad business inns and luxury hotels have that covered). When you stay with us, you will have the chance to get up close and personal with what each town has to offer.
We provide information on local food, sightseeing spots, and fun attractions that will fill your bucket list.
Discover local gems and engage your tourist senses with experiences like no other.
“OMO”—Get down with the local rhythm.
To a new way of traveling
Varying in culture and appearance, the cities in Japan never cease to entice visitors. With accommodation in the city catering more for business travelers, we came up with the concept of a “hotel that inspires” and imagined what a tourist would be excited about on a holiday.
This led us to more ideas: Converting the hotel’s surroundings to a huge “resort” made up of regional attractions; casual and traveler-friendly accommodation; hotel cafes serving local delights.
The ideas resulted in a unique getaway.
As visitors increase and cities expand, we at OMO will continue to provide a fresh, interesting approach to traveling in Japan.
What is the OMO numbering system??
The number shown after OMO shows the range of services provided.
Use the number as your own personal guide to choose OMO hotels.
It will help you choose the best hotels to fit your travel goals and method.
Travelers’ Fun Lounge
This is a comfy public space filled with fun things to help you enjoy your trip in town.
The OMO tourist base set up in town supports your urban trip by connecting tourists with local residents.
At the OMO base, we have a one-and-only "Local Guide Map" that collects real and timely information that is not mentioned inside any guidebook. Come here to check the local information before you venture out into town! There are lots of recommended stores and tourist spots to choose from, but looking at a map and deciding where to go is one of the thrills of going out on trips.
Local Guide Activities
Cities are filled with hidden charms that you won't find easily in just one trip.
OMO provides guided tours by "Local Guide OMO Rangers" who know everything about their town as well as activities like indoor events incorporating regional attractions.
Enjoy a deep experience, which will make you more of a fan of the town the more you find out about it.
Nearby Attractions [Go-KINJO]
The neighborhood surrounding OMO is filled with delightful surprises.
From must-sees to speakeasies, we have a curated list of recommended restaurants
and attractions that we can’t wait to share.
Make the most out of your trip by knowing where the locals like to go.
Get out of bed and see what’s happening nearby!
Get down with the local rhythm.
By introducing you to the area’s best-kept secrets and offering unique surprises at every location,
OMO will help make your trip something to truly remember.
Asahikawa is well placed for day trips to such Hokkaido must-sees as Furano and Biei, and the city streets around the hotel beckon with tasty restaurants and other shops brimming with local spirit. The Asahiyama Zoo is a short drive away. Friendly service will make you feel right at home here in the heart of Hokkaido.
OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka
Otsuka lies just east of Ikebukuro in a pocket of Tokyo that still carries the feel of older times. Closse by the Toden tram as well as the iconic Yamanote Line that loops around the city, OMO5 offers guests a chic yet casual oasis with all the modern amenities and a lobby lounge that puts you in touch with the pulse of the city.
OMO1 Tokyo Kawasaki
Kawasaki. A city that combines the best parts of Tokyo and Yokohama.This dormitory room offers guests with free access to the hotel and tours of the surrounding area with local cuisine and music.Our hostel is a great place to admire local attractions, with public spaces where you can spend your personal time like a living room.
OMO5 Kyoto Gion
Experience Gion beyond the elegant tea salons, stylish eateries, centuries-old shops, and all the lively nightlife on its atmospheric streets. Steps away from Yasaka Shrine, rise early and enjoy the neighborhood as residents do. With a kitchenette in every room, it’s easy to make Gion your home away from home for a while.
OMO5 Kyoto Sanjo
The Sanjo area is filled with Kyoto’s livelier charms—think retrofitted machiya townhouses offering places to shop, dine, drink, or relax over green-tea lattes and coffee. Stroll beneath the willow trees along the nearby Takase River canal for still more classic scenes dotted with temples and other history-laden spots.
OMO3 Kyoto Toji
Launch your explorations of timeless Kyoto from this quiet base near Toji, the oldest Buddhist temple in the city. Founded in 796, Toji dates back to the Heian era, when Kyoto was the newly named capital of Japan. Inside its five-tiered pagoda, a soaring city landmark, are treasured paintings and statuary related to esoteric teachings.
OMO5 Okinawa Naha
The capital city of Naha, gateway to the Okinawan islands, intoxicates with its colorfully eclectic mix of things Ryukyuan, Japanese, Chinese, and American. Even a casual foray into the streets is like a visit to a vast open-air bazaar, with something new around every corner. After one visit you’ll be hooked for more.