Lineup of speciality foods from Kumamoto
Enjoy a buffet-style breakfast that offers a wide range of 25 different Japanese and Western-style dishes, as well as local cuisine from Kumamoto and speciality dishes from across the Kyushu region. We introduce seasonal menus throughout the year, sharing flavors that have been passed down over the centuries and of which we are truly proud. Please savor the rich and diverse taste of our Kumamoto breakfast.
Start your day with a mouth-watering smile.
We offer a variety of dishes to ensure that you get the best start to your day. The local foods served among these dishes are hugely popular with our guests. I’m from Kumamoto Prefecture myself, and would like to make your trip as memorable and enjoyable as possible by providing you with tasty local cuisine filled with flavors cultivated by the land and people here in Kumamoto.
Head Chef Yoshihisa Yamamoto
Garden Cafe Restaurant
“Dago” is Kumamoto dialect for dumpling *usually pronounced “dango”) and dago soup is a miso soup with a local Kumamoto flavor. Made with burdock, carrots, taro, pork and dago, it has the feel of a home-cooked meal.
These takana (mustard greens) pickled in salt have a distinctly hot and spicy palate.
Shinji Lotus Root
Enjoy the crisp texture and spicy taste of lotus root fried with spiced miso.
These steamed sweets made from sweet potato covered with dumpling dough are popular as a snack or accompaniment to tea.
Nayaki Tofu and Vegetable Stir Fry
Traditional dish that is made with “nankan-age” fried tofu, from Kumamoto Prefecture’s Nankan-machi area, and leafy vegetables.
Experience the traditional taste of Kumamoto’s Takamori region with this dish made from daikon radish, tofu, konnyaku potato and chicken cooked with local Kumamoto miso.
※Contents of the dishes as they appear in these images may vary depending on availability of ingredients and other factors.