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『Nature Tokyo Experience』

Fascinating experienceswith nature in Tokyo

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Whether it is Tama, surrounded by verdant mountains, or the expansive blue skies over the many islands.
The nature found in Tokyo, unlike the normal vision of Japanese central city,
provides new appeals previously unavailable.
We create new projects that provide first-hand experience and cultural exchange,
to develop a new form of tourism that focuses on the nature of Tokyo.
Come and discover new and exciting ways to enjoy Tokyo.

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The appeals of Tama area

Located in the west of Tokyo, the Tama area is home to features quite unlike the major city of Tokyo itself, such as mountains, rivers, and streams. The vastness of nature here will help you forget the city bustle, and you will be able to enjoy the changing color of the four seasons.

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The appeal of the Tokyo Islands

Tokyo encompasses numerous isolated islands. The appeals of these islands include beautiful starry skies, emerald green seas off the coasts, and untouched virgin forests waiting to entertain visitors. Special worlds await, where you can take an adventure without even leaving Tokyo.

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We provide new projects to experience the nature-rich areas of Tokyo.
Come and experience a new kind of Tokyo.

Chame House, a treehouse-type lodging facility in Henbori

Inoue Store, Co., Ltd.

We run a wide range of locally based businesses such as fuel sales, forestry, bakeries, and lodges in Henbori, a settlement in Hinohara Village, the only village in Tama area in Tokyo. In light of the declining population in Henbori, we are aiming to develop the region with the inhabitants by actively participating in the “Henbori Momiji no Sato Project,” which aims to make the settlement habitable 100 years from now by planting broad-leaved trees like maple and cherry blossoms. This time, we worked on a treehouse-type lodging facility in an effort to the develop Hinohara Village, which sees many visitors on day trips.

  • A new treehouse-type lodging facility where you can stay with your pet while feeling the great nature has opened in Hinohara Village along the valley, about a two-hour drive from the city center. The treehouse made from trees sourced in Hinohara gives off a warmth unique to wood, and a tree cut from the nearby mountain can be found in the room. From the large windows, you can look down on the clear waters of the Minamiaki River and the deep mountains that change from season to season, allowing you to blend into the richness of nature and have an extraordinary experience. There’s space covered in grass downstairs for your dog to run around, and Chame, the mascot dog, will be waiting for you as well.

  • Inoue Store, Co., Ltd.

    We run a wide range of locally based businesses such as fuel sales, forestry, bakeries, and lodges in Henbori, a settlement in Hinohara Village, the only village in Tama area in Tokyo. In light of the declining population in Henbori, we are aiming to develop the region with the inhabitants by actively participating in the “Henbori Momiji no Sato Project,” which aims to make the settlement habitable 100 years from now by planting broad-leaved trees like maple and cherry blossoms. This time, we worked on a treehouse-type lodging facility in an effort to the develop Hinohara Village, which sees many visitors on day trips.

TRUE FUSSA PROJECT: An area using a tiny house in Fussa City to create a new lodging experience

Car Life Service TAMA Vehicles

An automobile servicing company located in Akishima, Tokyo celebrating its 75th anniversary since its founding. It works on domestic cars as well as specially equipped vehicles and trucks. Its facilities as a designated factory are also substantial, allowing it to handle vehicle inspections, maintenance, painting and body work, repairs, as well as accident handling as an insurance agent. To provide total support for the customers’ vehicles, it also handles the sales of new/used vehicles and vehicle parts. In recent years, the business has expanded into lifestyle projects and renting rare cars.

  • Using Fussa City’s characteristic ability of being able to feel like you’re on foreign soil while still being in Tokyo, a lodging facility called THE TINY INN, which uses tiny houses currently trending in the United States, was founded. As the name suggests, the simple and fun-sized shed-like houses are gaining popularity in Japan as well. DELTA EAST, a gathering of local foods from around the world, opened within the compounds. Five food trucks that offer craft beer, pizza, NY street food such as chicken over rice, as well as one that offers Vietnamese street food like banh mi are stationed.

  • Car Life Service TAMA Vehicles

    An automobile servicing company located in Akishima, Tokyo celebrating its 75th anniversary since its founding. It works on domestic cars as well as specially equipped vehicles and trucks. Its facilities as a designated factory are also substantial, allowing it to handle vehicle inspections, maintenance, painting and body work, repairs, as well as accident handling as an insurance agent. To provide total support for the customers’ vehicles, it also handles the sales of new/used vehicles and vehicle parts. In recent years, the business has expanded into lifestyle projects and renting rare cars.

The below is a list of projects that were carried out in FY 2017.
CIRCUS OUTDOOR is now running a permanent glamping project in Okutama

The "Tokyo Gastronomy Tourism" project, set in the Izu Islands and the Chofu area, which is widely known as "the gateway to the Izu Islands."

New proposal for "Fun for Adults" in Hachijojima! Starry Sky Premium Deck.

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