Savor “Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest)
at the Ryotei private dining room
Enjoy Kaiseki cuisine that reflects the local and seasonal flavors
Indulge in the hospitality of our chefs who serve a fusion of Japanese and Western cuisine at the “Ryotei private dining room Shoan”, in the main building that exemplifies Yunushi Ichijoh (Ichijoh Ryokan), in a completely private setting accompanied by jazz music in the background.
Awarded 3 Stars Plus in the “Michelin Guide Miyagi”
The cuisine at Yunushi Ichijoh was awarded 3 Red Pavilion (3 stars+) in the “Michelin Guide Miyagi”. It has received an Overall Recognition Award (for an inn scoring 90 points or more) from a leading travel agency JTB, the “No. 1 Best Inn to Stay” ranking on Jalan net, and the “Rakuten Travel Award Tohoku Area Customer’s Voice Grand Prize”, and in particular, received high ratings for the cuisine.
Miyagi Master Artisan
Head Chef Hideo Sato
- Awarded the “Zengiren Meister”
- Received the title of “Miyagi Master Artisan” for his outstanding expertise from Miyagi Prefecture.
- Received the “Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare Award”.
There is no word of compromise in his time spent as a chef. The Kaiseki cuisine “Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest) is truly a condensed product of Head Chef Hideo Sato’s passion for cooking. “If it isn’t beautiful, it isn’t cuisine!” Many of our guests come for the food served under our consistent culinary policies, and the number of repeat customers continues to increase year after year. The numerous courses that are not only aesthetically stunning but also create a perfect harmony on the palate, speak volumes about Yunushi Ichijoh’s passion for guests.
Ryotei Private Dining Room “Shoan”
Many people have come to Yunushi Ichijoh in search of healing and pleasure over the past 600 years.
The concept is time travel and the theme is forest.
A forest-like environment, nurtured by the passage of time, expands throughout the interior and exterior of Yunushi Ichijoh.
The moment guests cross the “Toki-no-Hashi”, which translates as Bridge of Time, and enter the wooden main building, they are enveloped in a magical sensation as if they have time-traveled back to the Taisho Era. Many guests have spent moments of relaxation and healing in this main building. As you immerse and listen quietly, you can almost hear the footsteps of those who have preceded you. An inn where guests can enjoy time travel in the midst of Ichijoh’s forests while feeling the sound of time. This is Yunushi Ichijoh. Indulge and savor the seasonal flavors at the Ryotei private dining room “Shoan” in the renovated wooden main building.
All guests under every plan will be served dinner and breakfast at the Ryotei private dining room “Shoan”. All rooms are Japanese-style with chairs and tables, offering a relaxing atmosphere for everyone, regardless of age or gender.
Regarding dinner at Yunushi Ichijoh
|Guests staying in a suite|
* Ichijoh Suite, Yunushi Suite, Semi-suite Japanese/ Western style room, Semi-suite Western room
|“Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest) -Suite Kaiseki Cuisine will be served|
|Guests staying in standard rooms|
* Modern Japanese/ Western style room, Japanese/ Western style room, Japanese style room 10 tatami mats + 8 tatami mats, Japanese style room 10 tatami mats
|“Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest) -Standard Kaiseki Cuisine will be served|
Upgrade your meal
If you wish to upgrade your meal, please make a reservation by phone at least one day in advance.
- Upgrade to “Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest) – Suite Kaiseki Cuisine
- 4,400 yen per person (tax included)
Upgrade to “Mori-no-Bansan” (Feast of the forest) – Suite Kaiseki Cuisine from the Standard Kaiseki Cuisine (Modern Japanese/ Western style room, Japanese/ Western style room, Japanese style room 10 tatami mats + 8 tatami mats, Japanese style room 10 tatami mats). More dishes and items featuring premium ingredients will be served. A popular choice for anniversary celebrations and for guests who wish to enjoy a luxurious meal.
- Foie Gras Daikon Radish
- Additional 3,300 yen per person (tax included)
* Available to order on the day
For guests who wish to have one more dish for that special occasion, Head Chef Sato recommends the “Foie Gras Daikon Radish”. Daikon radish is delicately cooked in consommé, topped with fresh foie gras baked until crisp on the crust, and served with a vinaigrette sauce. An exquisite fusion of the rich flavor of foie gras and the refreshing taste of daikon radish. The flavors are further complemented by the sauce, enhancing the taste of each dish to perfection. Savor the wonders of the overlap between French and Japanese cuisines.
Choose either a Japanese or Western-style breakfast. Take your time and enjoy your meal in the Ryotei private dining room “Shoan”. The morning ambiance of the main building is a refreshing change from that of the evening, with the morning sun shining through.