Welcome to
Akaigawa Tomo


A vision of tomorrow


A promising
future


Imagine a beautiful place, surrounded by stunning scenery, where an entire community of people can live, work, learn and play. A community that holds friendliness at its core, rooted in a genuine, peaceful way of living, carried on for generations. Yet, a community that also displays a progressive model for innovation in technology, agriculture and development.

Welcome to Akaigawa Tomo – an embodiment of sustainable design and clean technology, where people, ecology and tradition are integrated with industry, government and enterprise, creating the world’s first SymbioResort.

Tomo is inspired by tomorrow, which implies the dynamic and forward-thinking vision of Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort. Tomo also means friends in Japanese, emphasising the importance of a nurturing community, tied to both humanity and nature.

It is a positive vision of the future, where sustainability is deeply ingrained in the day-to-day life of the community.

A promising
future


Imagine a beautiful place, surrounded by stunning scenery, where an entire community of people can live, work, learn and play. A community that holds friendliness at its core, rooted in a genuine, peaceful way of living, carried on for generations. Yet, a community that also displays a progressive model for innovation in technology, agriculture and development.

Welcome to Akaigawa Tomo – an embodiment of sustainable design and clean technology, where people, ecology and tradition are integrated with industry, government and enterprise, creating the world’s first SymbioResort.

Tomo is inspired by tomorrow, which implies the dynamic and forward-thinking vision of Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort. Tomo also means friends in Japanese, emphasising the importance of a nurturing community, tied to both humanity and nature.

It is a positive vision of the future, where sustainability is deeply ingrained in the day-to-day life of the community.

A rising
vision


Many of those who talk about sustainability have a focus that is too technical and, sometimes, even frugal.

At Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort, we believe in social sustainability, an engaging way to enrich life and to add value to the modern comforts that our communities and guests expect. At the same time, our approach to hospitality is anticipatory, attentive and sincere. Our project is inspired by long-lasting values such as respect, understanding and goodness.

Driven by a back-to-basics spirit that strongly honors the past, we seek to revisit, rediscover and restore an authentic way of living. Harnessing world-class networks and best practices in technology and design, we deliver an experiential journey that is constantly evolving.

Our vision is to shape the future of living through a sustainable ecology of communities, better connected to nature and rediscovering its many wonders, today and tomorrow.

A rising
vision


Many of those who talk about sustainability have a focus that is too technical and, sometimes, even frugal.

At Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort, we believe in social sustainability, an engaging way to enrich life and to add value to the modern comforts that our communities and guests expect. At the same time, our approach to hospitality is anticipatory, attentive and sincere. Our project is inspired by long-lasting values such as respect, understanding and goodness.

Driven by a back-to-basics spirit that strongly honors the past, we seek to revisit, rediscover and restore an authentic way of living. Harnessing world-class networks and best practices in technology and design, we deliver an experiential journey that is constantly evolving.

Our vision is to shape the future of living through a sustainable ecology of communities, better connected to nature and rediscovering its many wonders, today and tomorrow.

A flourishing
landscape


Traditional Japanese culture has always expressed sustainability through design; it emphasises simplicity, a close link between people and nature, and a strong respect for the natural environment. Even in modern, urbanised Japan these cultural attitudes remain, thanks to an increasing interest among the young generation in healthy eating, organic farming and community-based living.

However, many young Japanese lack an opportunity to live in a green and collective environment. As jobs are typically found in cities, many young people are forced to move out of the countryside, and forgo a wholesome way of living, farming and agriculture.

The Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort presents an opportunity for modern city dwellers to return to their roots. By settling down in the beautiful Akaigawa region, residents can enjoy a tranquil lifestyle, in a boundless natural environment, in sync with the seasons and the land.

A thriving
community


Fundamental infrastructural design for the Akaigawa Tomo SymbioResort will focus on environmental sustainability. To improve power generation and reduced energy consumption, the resort will utilise wind turbines, solar collectors and natural lighting design, as well as advanced building materials and strategic landscaping.

The region’s tradition of organic, locally-grown food will be re ected in a strong gastronomic culture that includes culinary academies. To encourage organic agriculture, the recycling and composting centre will convert waste to garden fertiliser.

A comprehensive list of facilities will support a vibrant community, such as a wide range of options for accommodation, an internal transport network, and medical and health facilities. Extensive infrastructure will be built for sports and recreation, arts and entertainment, and commercial and retail.

Learning and research facilities abound, culminating in a Centre of Excellence for Sustainability.

BUDI SOETANTYO

Managing Director Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

ROMY SASTRANEGARA

Director of Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

KUMI FURUYA

General Manager Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd.

7F Keiwa Kita 1jo Building,
3-11, Kita 1jo, Nishi 3chome,
Chuo-Ku, Sapporo-shi,
Hokkaido, 060-0001 Japan
T: +81 (0)11 280 1818
F: +81 (0)11 280 1817

Akaigawa Tomo vision

Our vision is focused on tomorrow’s needs, on the harmonious integration of sustainable tourism and sustainable hospitality into market preference for symbiotic recreational engagements. For our communities, tomorrow is about personal leisure sustainability.

We, at Blue Waves Group, are on a mission to answer these needs and to create sustainable leisure destinations through Clean Technology Infrastructure in utilities and transport. We orchestrate and align the natural resources of the land with the economic demands of commerce and communities.

We seek partners who share the same vision and would like to contribute to the creation of such extraordinary destinations, first in Hokkaido and, next, across Asia.

Contact us

BUDI SOETANTYO

Managing Director Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

ROMY SASTRANEGARA

Director of Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

KUMI FURUYA

General Manager Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd

Blue Waves Japan Co., Ltd.

7F Keiwa Kita 1jo Building,
3-11, Kita 1jo, Nishi 3chome
Chuo-Ku, Sapporo-shi
Hokkaido, 060-0001 Japan
T: +81 (0)11 280 1818
F: +81 (0)11 280 1817

Akaigawa Tomo vision

Our vision is focused on tomorrow’s needs, on the harmonious integration of sustainable tourism and sustainable hospitality into market preference for symbiotic recreational engagements. For our communities, tomorrow is about personal leisure sustainability.

We, at Blue Waves Group, are on a mission to answer these needs and to create sustainable leisure destinations through Clean Technology Infrastructure in utilities and transport. We orchestrate and align the natural resources of the land with the economic demands of commerce and communities.

We seek partners who share the same vision and would like to contribute to the creation of such extraordinary destinations, first in Hokkaido and, next, across Asia.

Contact us