Delicious Japanese Cuisine
Local vegetables grown in Iya's grand natural environment are truly fresh.
Piping hot potatoes, thick and meaty shiitake mushrooms,
wild mountain plants that evoke a sense of the living forest...
we offer simple yet varied cuisine that changes with the seasons.
Iya's local cuisine is grown and prepared by people who carry on their local heritage, including Genpei Imo potatoes which can only be found locally, thick and meaty shiitake mushrooms, wild mountain vegetables, buckwheat (soba) noodles, and local Iya tofu.
The simple ingredients are prepared in creative ways to provide enjoyable meals that change with the seasons.
(We strive to use ingredients produced in Miyoshi City and Tokushima prefecture as much as possible)
Sudachi Ayu Sweetfish
Sudachi ayu sweetfish are raised in the alluvial fans of the Yoshino and Akui rivers, with plenty of clean, flowing groundwater.
As the name suggests, the sweetfish is a delicious, sweetly fragrant fish.
Available from June to September.
Tokushima Brand Beef
Locally-raised Tokushima brand beef.
Awa brand Awa-gyu
The one and only wagyu brand Waichi
Served teppan-yaki style to fully bring out the meat's flavor.
Local Sake and Wine
Kaiseki cuisine paired with sake and wine.
Enjoy the synergy of good food and drink.
There are three sake breweries in Miyoshi. Try some local sake with your meal.
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Basic Kaiseki Course
Choose from "Flavors of the Season", a set meal that uses seasonal ingredients at their peak, or "Flavors of the Land" which features locally-produced specialties like red-spotted trout, mountain vegetables, Iya soba (buckwheat noodles), Iya tofu, and more. Both menus change with the seasons, so there's something new to enjoy year-round.
Iya Special Kaiseki
This kaiseki course featuring Awa-gyu beef and seasonal flavors is the hotel's third most popular kaiseki. Choose the Iya Special Kaiseki to enjoy Awa-gyu beef prepared teppanyaki style, seasonal vegetables, and mountain greens for a kaiseki course that is a little bit special.
Time: 7:00 - 9:00
Freshly-made tofu, simmered seasonal vegetables, dashimaki tamago egg, rice, miso soup, and more.
Bread, bacon and eggs, ham, thick-cut bacon, soup, salad, and more.
In addition to the Western and Japanese breakfast sets, there is also a breakfast buffet which allows guests to enjoy their fill of salad, yogurt, buckwheat grain soup, and more.
(Depending on the number of guests, a set breakfast may be the only option. Thank you in advance for your understanding.)
Menu: Homemade yogurt, fruit, salad, buckwheat grain soup, miso soup, rice porridge, coffee, tea, orange juice, milk
Lunch & Café
Lunch time 11:00 - 14:00（Order stop 13:30）
Café time - 15:00（Order stop 14:30）
Spend your holiday with a leisurely lunch overlooking the gorge
Café Dining Hana provides seasonal dishes and a relaxing atmosphere with a great view of the gorge.
Try the venison!
Locally hunted deer meat is prepared as venison roast as part of a set meal or on rice. Experience this unusual meat for yourself.