Hotel Iyaonsen


Yusanbako plan

Yusanbako plan
Meal(s)Lunch included
Payment methodCredit settlement on the web site

This lunch makes use a yusanbako, which is used for traditional events in Tokushima. Each of the drawers are packed with famous foods from the Iya area as well as meat dishes. Dessert is also included.



Iya mankitsu gozen

Iya mankitsu gozen
Meal(s)Lunch included
Payment methodCredit settlement on the web site

This appetizing lunch includes the renowned soba (buckwheat) noodles of Iya, konnyaku (arum root) and amago (red spotted trout).
This lunch includes Iya soba (buckwheat) noodles and salted and grilled amego (red spotted trout) (Note: between June and September it will be a salted and grilled ayu (sweetfish trout))



Kaiseki ryouri Kiraku

Kaiseki ryouri Kiraku
Meal(s)Lunch included
Payment methodCredit settlement on the web site

This plan is for day-use of the bath (towel included) and kaiseki ryori. The set includes a meal with seasonal dishes, the cable-car, and the price of the open-air bath.



Kaiseki ryori: Kimidori

Kaiseki ryori: Kimidori
Meal(s)Lunch included
Payment methodCredit settlement on the web site

This plan includes day-use of the baths (towel included) and kaiseki-ryori. The meal will consist of dishes recommended by the chef.
* Lunch as well as the cable car, large bath and open-air bath are included in the price.
* For groups of more than ten people, please ask about reservations at the front desk: 0883-75-2311



Omiki nabe kaiseki

Omiki nabe kaiseki
Meal(s)Lunch included
Payment methodCredit settlement on the web site

The soup for this hot-pot dish is made from miso and locally-made sake. This day plan also includes the price of a bath (open-air bath, cable car, baths in the hotel)
Omiki-nabe is a hot-pot dish for which a local Japanese sake manufacturer and a miso soy sauce maker collaborated to create this soup. A large amount of vegetables and Awa (Tokushima) pork are put in the pot. This is a dish that will warm your body. As a nabe (hotpot) that has a fragance of Japanese sake, we recommend trying this Omiki-nabe of Iya valley.