Fine Dining Embracing local food culture

We humans have developed an insatiable desire
for good food at any time.
Thanks to today’s technology,
we live in a world
where we can eat most foods all year round.

Maybe this is a good time
to take a step back and reconsider.
Eating foods that are in season,
enjoying local delicacies,
and experiencing local food culture.
This also counts as Setouchi hygge.

Seafood from the Seto Inland Sea,
naturally cultivated organic vegetables,
free-range cows, pigs and chickens.
The hard work of the producers
is sure to bring a wonderful eating experience.

Skilled local chefs will prepare your meals,
using the best ingredients.
Dinner is optional,
but breakfast is included in all stay plans.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Linked to good health, it is your source of energy for the day.
Enjoy a breakfast steeped in the food culture of Kagawa,
an area that produces dried sardines called “iriko”
which form the base of local “dashi” soup stock.