The unique features of Nagiso - both natural and cultural - have allowed for the creation of a truly special cuisine.
Traditional dishes such as Shinshu soba noodles, oyaki dumplings, delicious pickles, and goheimochi rice cakes. Fresh fish caught in the pure waters of the Kiso River. Mushrooms and wild plants gathered from the mountains.
Making use of ingredients harvested from the bountiful nature of the Kiso Valley, Nagiso’s traditional cuisine has warmed both body and soul of weary travellers throughout history. This long history, along with the vibrant food culture of a new generation, means Nagiso offers visitors a rich variety of culinary experiences throughout the seasons.
Long-enduring traditions. New faces and new ideas. Spring. Summer. Autumn. Winter. Nagiso has something for every palate, and every occasion.