Creative Kaiseki cuisine that reflects the nourishing flavors of nature
～ Reflecting the nourishing flavors of seasonal produce
Creative Kaiseki cuisine based on new ideas inspired by tradition ～
～ Local production for local consumption with produce
from Sagami, Suruga, and Ashigara, and premium produce selected from all over Japan
～Prepared with care, sincerity, and creativity Kaiseki cuisine that pays tribute to nature～ ～
Please enjoy our cuisine made with produce offered by nature throughout the four seasons
Japan, a country surrounded by the sea with many mountains and distinct four seasons The mild climate of Manazuru, Sagami, Suruga, Mishima, Numazu, and Ashigara
「Offering the nourishing natural flavor of the seasonal produce provided by the blessed natural environment, our cuisine is based on carefully extracted stock and cooked with the delicate traditional Japanese techniques with a flare of creativity that is also present in our plating.” This is the core value reflected in Gen’s cuisine.
We value flavors woven by organic vegetables and natural seasonings not only for safety reasons, but also because we believe that they are completely different from factory processed food and chemical seasonings.
Dishes which go beyond your five senses and resound in your heart
Cuisine at Gen is based on ideas that are both subtle and bold, with nourishing flavors deriving from natural ingredients. We hope that you enjoy our dishes with a sense of surprise. We have also prepared organically based beverages, which we hope that you will enjoy with our dishes that highlight the produce itself.
Complete privacy –for all guest rooms, meals are delivered and served within the room
At Gen, we deliver and serve dinner and breakfast in the complete privacy of the quest rooms.
Freshly cooked and fried
To ensure all meals delivered to the guest rooms are freshly cooked and fried, our kitchen is located on the guest room floor. We make an effort so that everything is offered fresh, and that what should be served warm remains warm and what should be served cold remains cold.
～ From our monthly menu ～
Reflecting the flavors of seasonal ingredients that change with the distinct four seasons of Japan
–this is the core value of Gen’s creative Kaiseki cuisine that pays tribute to nature and offers its nourishing flavors.
Here is a look at our monthly menu.
- ICE CREAM
～ Breakfast to enjoy freshness and consideration
for the mind and the body ～
For breakfast we offer dishes such as fresh seafood
local to Sagami, freshly cooked rice in clay pot, dipped tofu,
small seasonal dishes, stew, and a bowl of soup with a variety of ingredients.
Complete with fresh seasonal vegetables and homemade yogurt,
we hope that our guests enjoy the freshness and consideration for the mind and the body.
～ Beverages at Gen ～
Please enjoy a drink of your choice from our selection of organically
based beverages made with carefully selected ingredients.
We have carefully selected wines from local breweries
in Kanagawa and domestic wineries that complement Japanese cuisine.
During your stay, please enjoy our drinks with clean and pure flavor, that are good for the wellness of mind and body.
The drinks are meant to complement Gen’s delicate and creative Kaiseki cuisine that focuses on dashi (stock)
and the nourishing flavors of the ingredients themselves.
Japanese rice wine
We have carefully selected Japanese rice wine from all parts of Japan with focus on local Kanagawa breweries. These are wines made by serious-minded brewers that carefully prepare high quality rice wine, and are known for their thorough screening of rice, with some growing their own rice.
We have avoided wines with strong features, taste, or fragrance that might cancel out the presence of dashi and the ingredient. Our selection focuses mainly on pure and dry ginjo and dai-ginjo wines with little unpleasant aftertaste.
Recently, domestic wineries have been adjusting to the changing climate and evolving dramatically in terms of techniques in production control.
Gen’s wine selection focuses on domestic wines that complement Kaiseki cuisine, with emphasis on white wines made in stainless-steel barrels that has clean and pure aftertaste and with no flavor from the barrel.
As for the variety of the grapes, our lineup focuses on Chardonnay, Koshu, and Sauvignon Blanc with clean aftertaste.
Mariage between sparkling wine with minerality and delicateness and Kaiseki cuisine will open you up to a who new world different from that of Japanese rice wine.
Selection of sparkling wine at Gen focuses on blanc de blancs wines that are made using a single variety of grape, with aftertaste that features both solid minerality and delicateness. We also select high quality vintage bottles.
Compatibility between blanc de blancs made 100% with Chardonnay grapes and Kaiseki cuisine is exquisite.
We recommend sparkling wine not only as an aperitif but also to drink together with the meal, to enjoy its marriage with Kaiseki cuisine.
We have also selected other drinks that complement Kaiseki cuisine, including alcoholic beverages such as beer, shochu, plum wine, and domestic whiskey. In addition, we offer a wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks including the “ROYAL BLUE TEA,” which is the world’s first sophisticated tea that can be enjoyed like wine, 100% fruit juices, and locally produced ciders.
If you have such requests, please write down the specifics at the time of check-in or let us know before-hand. Guests with severe allergy, please also go through the following information.
・Information on ingredients used are based on those provided by the manufacturer.
・Although we use separate cooking utensils for standard food preparation and those used to prepare meals for guests with severe allergy, because they are all cooked in the same kitchen, there is possibility that the non-allergen meals may be contaminated with a small amount of allergic substances.
・Please understand that due to the above reason, not all of our dishes are completely allergen-free.
・Please make your decision upon considering the above conditions (depending on the severity of your allergy, there may be cases where we are not able to accept reservations. Please understand that this is for your own safety).