Seasonal, Fresh, Original
Authentic Local Taste
Can't find in the City
- Traditional Japanese Cuisine at Ryokan -
Local original chicken in Ueda designated from Sanada Yukimura who is one of the famous Samurai in this area. Breeded longer time compare to normal chicken has chewey and deep taste.
Mixed a rainbow trout and brown trout. This thickeyand finer river fish have a delicious especially for Sashimi.
Very valuable andd expensive mushroom has brilliant smells and taste called 'King of Autumn food'. Only served within October.
Great nature, water, environment exist in this Shioda area produces qualitied rice.
This not only use for boiled rice, also for Sake or other drinks.
As famous in Japan, Nagano is the highest amount of production rate area for Miso so that Miso soup or other a lot of miso taste food are made.
Local vegetables & Fruites
Fertile soil land in this area produce many kinds of vegetables has delicious taste. Thats also depeinding on the season to get a lot different kind of vegs & fruites are eatable.
Although we do not have seafood, there is enough a lot of great meet, vegetables, grains, fruites so on produce under the fertile soil land and great nature in Nagano and our area. Used those ingredient, Ryokan and other restaurant serve great tasty food.
Kaiseki Ryori is traditional Japanese multi-course haute cuisine, mainly serve in Ryokan. Its origins are found many centuries ago in the simple meals served at the tea ceremony, but later it evolved into an elaborate dining style popular among aristocratic circles. Today, kaiseki is served in specialized qualitied restaurants can be enjoyed by staying at a Ryokan, of course, in Bessho Onsen Ryokan serve authentic local ingredient to use.
Kaiseki meals have a prescribed order to their dishes, most of which are prepared by utilizing one of the common techniques of Japanese cooking. However, kaiseki chefs have considerable freedom to add, omit or substitute courses in order to highlight regional and seasonal delicacies and personal style. Below is a list of courses as they typically appear in a kaiseki meal: