Japanese and French dining experience at ISANA

Restaurant is only open to ISANA guests. Before dinner, guests are welcome to the restaurant lounge for a non-alcoholic welcome drink.

The Restaurant, with wild vegetation and deep blue ocean in sight, is inspired by Japanese cuisine and French technique. Breaking the rules of Ryokan's traditional dinners, Chef Hide Kurokawa's multi-course menu remains firmly rooted in traditional Japanese fare. While exhibiting a contemporary, inventive edge. It honors local fresh seafood, meat and vegetables, carefully prepared to preserve the integrity of the ingredients. An open fire hearth is the highlight of our kitchen, where sakura wood smoke softly infuses selected produces. There, we hope to enhance the flavor of our ingredients and give our guests a true taste of Japan.

The Restaurant, with wild vegetation and deep blue ocean in sight, is inspired by Japanese cuisine and French technique. Chef Hide Kurokawa's inventive multi-course dinner menu honors local fresh seafood, meat and vegetables. All are carefully prepared to preserve the integrity of the ingredients. Breaking the rules of Ryokan's traditional dinners, the cuisine remains firmly rooted in traditional Japanese fare, while exhibiting a contemporary, inventive edge.

Locally grown produce is at the heart of your dining experience

Thanks to the mountainous terrain, clear flowing water and abundant nature, Izu’s local suppliers provide delicate fruits, an array of vegetables, as well as renowned beef, lamb and a variety of fresh seafood

Inspired by traditional Japanese cuisine and focusing on French technique.

A detailed 9-course progression of the seasonal ingredients of Japan with a myriad of flavors and textures. Inspired by one of the world’s highest culinary art forms: Japanese Kaiseki Cuisine.

Region’s best seasonal ingredients for breakfast

While hotel breakfasts often taste like an afterthought, ISANA adheres to the Japanese tradition, offering guests an elaborate traditional breakfast

Showcasing the art of donabe

For guests staying longer at ISANA, we propose a multi-course dinner centered around a communal donabe. It includes seasonal seafood, local meat, fresh vegetables and rice cooked in a traditional clay pot.

Children between 7 and 12 during the stay will be served a simpler menu. Under 7 years old children may share their meal with adults.

Unfortunately we do not have special menu to cater to food allergies at the moment. However depending on your allergies we will do our best to arrange our existing menu. Please contact us before your stay, we will be glad to help create the best dinner experience tailored to your needs.

Special Requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins