休暇村奥武蔵『ムーミンスペシャルルーム』
Photo: Oku-Muashi Kyukamura Hotel

This Moomin-themed hotel room in Saitama lets you live in a Finnish fairytale

The Oku-Musashi Kyukamura hotel near Moominvalley Park has been given a makeover with Moomin cushions, robes and mugs

Youka Nagase
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Youka Nagase
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If you’ve ever visited Saitama’s Moominvalley Park, and wished you didn’t have to leave, consider spending the night at one of the park’s official hotels, one of which has been given a fairytale makeover. 

休暇村奥武蔵『ムーミンスペシャルルーム』
Photo: Oku-Musashi Kyukamura

Just a 30-minute drive from the theme park, Oku-Musashi Kyukamura hotel has unveiled its new Moomin Special Room. The furniture in this cosy room is decked out in nothing but Moomin from the bed covers and cushions to the rug, and there are plenty of adorable plushies to cuddle up with.

休暇村奥武蔵『ムーミンスペシャルルーム』
Photo: Oku-Musashi Kyukamura

You’ll forget you’re in Japan when you look out over the beautiful green landscape from the balcony. Make sure to rent one of the hotel’s yukata when you lounge around – they’re printed with adorable Moomintrolls too. 

Moomin Valley Park hotel
Photo: Oku-Musashi Kyukamura

All guests receive freebies like slippers, a hair brush, a hand towel and a tote bag printed with the logo of the theme park. One night in the Moomin Special Room starts at ¥22,000 per person, which includes breakfast, dinner, a discount coupon for the theme park and even the chance to buy some exclusive Moomin merchandise at the park. The hotel also offers a complimentary ride to and from Moominvalley Park at designated times during the day.

Moomin Valley Park
Photo: Moomin Valley Park

When you visit Moominvalley Park, make sure to stop by the beautiful Umbrella Sky, with 200 colourful umbrellas suspended over a 1,200m path. The multi-coloured umbrellas are out until August 29.

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