Take in the blessings of nature. Delightful dishes that are a treat for all your senses.
One way to enjoy the ephemeral changing of the seasons is to complement one’s moods with the right dish. At Karaku, we have two dining areas, both of which use generous amounts of seasonal ingredients. You can choose between them according to your preference for breakfast and dinner. First is Mutsuki, which takes Japanese cuisine to a new, modern level. Then, there is Tomura, where you can enjoy seasonal meat and seafood grilled to perfection. The beautifully arranged dishes make use of carefully selected ingredients from the land, with special attention to seasonal flavors. These dishes are a feast for both the eyes and the tongue, and will undoubtedly bring a smile to your face. An encounter with a meal that you’ll never forget is the finest souvenir.
Main Dining: Mutsuki
The way we handle Japanese ingredients vary with each dish—at times delicately, at others, more boldly. A place to let your palate dance with joy to the orchestra of the seasons.
Based on traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine, the dishes served at the main dining hall Mutsuki is made with seasonal ingredients and prepared using unique methods. The carefully selected dishware enhances the dishes prepared with meticulous attention to detail using traditional Japanese techniques. We offer the utmost hospitality along with first-rate course meals.
Grill Dining: Tomura
Enjoy the hot plate grill with a delightful ambiance together with nature's finest ingredients.
Located on the top floor of the annex, Tomura gives you a spectacular view of Mount Myojogatake and the daimonji display. The meal you'll enjoy here is a grilling course with carefully selected cuts of meat and seafood harvested from nearby coasts. With the large hot plate counter in the center, you'll enjoy a dynamic culinary experience concocted using the inherent flavors of the ingredients. We invite you to an exhilarating dining experience where the exquisite techniques of the chefs are displayed in front of your eyes.