This town was built on the pillars of food, trees, and flowers.
Its Densuke Suika is the most expensive watermelon in Japan.
Deriving life from precious food, benefiting from trees that withstand the wind and snow, and soothed by beautifully blooming flowers, Toma Town promotes regional vitalization, community development, and tourism through activities related to food, trees, and flowers. Toma Sports Land, located at the foot of Mt. Toma, offers obstacle courses and outdoor sports in nature. There are also flower gardens, lawns, Kurumina Garden where you can taste nuts and vegetables, the Papillon Chateau insectarium, and the Healthy Chateau hot bath facility. Toma is a family-friendly town where you can relax with your family. The town is also known as the producer of Hokkaido’s top-quality rice, as well as Japan’s most expensive watermelon, the Densuke Suika.