Dinner Menu for Children

Dinner Menu for Children

A popular children's course uses unpolished rice and baby food such as rice porridge. Both breakfast and dinner are served in the room and it is possible to eat without concerned for other guests of the inn. For guests with small children we have chairs with attached tables, dishes, and spoons for children, so please feel free to ask the room attendant when needed. A "weaning ceremony" is available for celebrating the growth and health of children and celebratory cakes can be ordered for anniversary and congratulatory events to make your family excursion with your children enjoyable.

Children's Meal

Meals Served in the Room

Meals Served in the Room

Dinner and breakfast will be served in your room. We can provide plates, utensils, and seats for the children, as well as disposable paper aprons. If you would like to use these items, please contact our staff. (Free of charge)

Chairs for Children

Chairs for Children

Chairs for children are available for meals. Please inquire with the room attendant.

Chair with Attached Table for Children

Chair with Attached Table for Children

Chairs with attached tables and belts for infants are available for children. Please inform the room attendant when needed.

Apron for Children

Apron for Children

A disposable dining apron made of soft paper is available for children. Please inform the room attendant when needed.

Plates and Spoons

Plates and Spoons

Plates and spoons appropriate for children are available even for those children not charged for dinner. When sharing meals with children, please ask the room attendant for plates and spoons.

Ryuusenkaku Children's Course

Ryuusenkaku Children's Course

We have developed a new children's menu. The food eaten during infancy is extremely important and closely related to brain functions and growth. We have incorporated unpolished rice, which is considered good for one's health and cereals to our meals in devising a menu with high nutritional value that is outstanding effect on the brain.
※Click here for explanation of Children's Course.

Infant Food

We can arrange meals for infants. You can select from Okayu (rice porridge), Ojiya (Japanese risotto), or Udon (Japanese noodles) (600 yen each). Please make your selection when making your room reservations. (This is not baby food for the weaning period.)

Okayu (rice porridge)

Okayu (rice porridge)

Porridge with unseasoned tofu added.

Ojiya (Japanese risotto)

Ojiya (Japanese risotto)

Ojiya is a type of rice porridge seasoned and cooked in soup stock with egg and tofu. Please inform the staff in advance for egg allergies.

Udon (Japanese noodles)

Udon (Japanese noodles)

This udon consists of wheat noodles in seasoned soup stock and egg added. Egg hardness can be prepared according to taste. Please inform the staff in advance for egg allergies.

Menu Additions for Children

For those parents concerned about allergies or the portions in the "Children's Course" that may be too much for their children, please inform us and adjustments will be made for ojiya and udon. For additional portions, we ask that you inform us one day in advance.

Boiled White Fish Fillet

Boiled White Fish Fillet

This fish dish consists of flounder boiled in soy sauce and sugar for a slightly sweet taste. There may be case where flounder is substituted with another type of white fish depending on availability. (600 yen per serving)

Boiled New Potatoes (taro) and Chicken in Sauce

Boiled New Potatoes (taro) and Chicken in Sauce

This dish consists of new potatoes (taro) with a slightly sweet taste cooked in soup stock seasoned with bonito, kelp, soy sauce and sugar served with chicken in a sweet and sour sauce. Please inform us for those people with aversion to chicken. (600 yen per serving)

Boiled Pumpkin and Chicken in Sauce

Boiled Pumpkin and Chicken in Sauce

This dish consists of pumpkin with a slightly sweet taste cooked in soup stock seasoned with bonito, kelp, soy sauce and sugar served with chicken in a sweet and sour sauce. Please inform us for those people with aversion to chicken. (500 yen per serving)

Brown Rice Soup with Chunky Pumpkin Pieces

Brown Rice Soup with Chunky Pumpkin Pieces

Nutrition packed Japanese pumpkin pieces with skin intact are added to brown rice potage for a mild taste achieved with "rice sweetness" without the use of sugar. (600 yen per serving)

Natto (fermented soybeans)

Natto (fermented soybeans)

A dish consisting of chopped leeks and soup stock added to fermented soybeans. Please inform us for those people with aversion to leeks. (300 yen per serving)

Breakfast

Breakfast

In the course of upgrading our children meals, we have also changed our breakfast menu at Ryuusenkaku to include ingredients known for their high nutritional value such as brown rice and natto (fermented soybeans) and have stopped using eggs and milk in preparation of breakfast meals.
A Breakfast Only Plan is also available for your kind consideration.
※Click here for list of breakfast menu items.

Support for Commemorative Day

Weaning Ceremony (O-kuizome-shiki)

Weaning Ceremony (O-kuizome-shiki)

To pray for your child's healthy growth and not having to worry about food for the rest of his or her life, we can prepare food for a Weaning Ceremony (O-kuizome-shiki). We have meal sets for boys and girls (8,000 yen/set). Please make reservations at least 3 days in advance.

Cakes

Cakes

Cakes are available for trips celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, and similar events. Cakes topped with whipped cream or chocolate icings can be selected in 3 sizes.
No. 4 (3,000 yen) ・・・recommended for couples.
No. 5 (4,000 yen) ・・・recommended for families.
No. 6 (5,000 yen) ・・・recommended for groups such as families traveling with grandparents.
For those guests with egg allergies, a whipped cream icing can be prepared without eggs. (Additional charge of 300 yen each)
At the time of order, please inform of congratulatory message to be written on cakes (up to 20 letters) and number of candles (up to 15 candles)
Please place order three days ahead of intended date of stay.