Jigokumushi Italian cuisine with local ingredients and blessings of hot spring
The room has thick and heavy wooden beams and decorated with contemporary artworks.
Here in the kitchen of Otto e Sette Oita, Jigokugama vents out steam vigorously while waiting for the arrival of ingredients.
What makes up the most delight during travel can often be the food unique to the area you are visiting.
Oita has been called "Toyonokuni" since the ancient times and is a treasure trove of fresh seafood and tasty harvest from the mountains.
Creating a synergy of such ingredients from Oita prefecture with Jigokugama steamers, the head-chef Tetsuya Kakehashi put forward beautiful dishes you can enjoy only at this restaurant.
Please relish every single dish he creates with all your senses.
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Example of breakfast