The hotel’s restaurant and coffee shop “Sakurakomachi” serves the local cuisine of Akita.
Highly recommended is Inaniwa Udon, piping hot thin noodles and crispy tempura. The noodles are ranked one of the top three types of noodles in Japan.
Kiritanpo-nabe is ranked the Number 1 “Nabe” sought by travelers. See for yourself how tasty Hinaijidori Chicken is.
A popular menu item is the Oyako Donburi made with Hinaijidori Chicken. Enjoy it while it’s hot.
“Okaribayaki” recreates the flavors of fresh game that the samurai would hunt. Much of what is on the menu can only be found in Kakunodate.
Jindai Curry brings back the tasty goodness of the Showa Era. Try two types of curry sauce and compare.
Locally breweed Hideyoshi sake goes perfectly with Kiritanpo-nabe. This sake is hard to come by in Tokyo.
* Photos show sample items. The restaurant menu is subject to season and availability.
|Morning||7:00 to 9:00am|
|Cafe||9:00 to 11:00pm|
|Dining||11:00 to 21:00pm|