Set amid the ancient castle town of Yanagawa, Ohana offers a dining experience overflowing with history and traditional culture. The traditional inn that houses the restaurant was originally a villa belonging to the Tachibana clan, who ruled the region for centuries.
This noble tradition is the focus of Ohana’s ryotei dining experience, Shukei-tei. Choose from a traditional private "tatami" room or a more relaxed restaurant setting, each with its own character.
Shukei-tei’s private rooms offer the ultimate in traditional Japanese "kaiseki" cuisine. With a menu that changes each month, you’re bound to find something new to enjoy whenever you visit. As you dine, savor the ever-changing view of the villa’s garden, Matsuboen.
In winter, you’re in for a treat: from November 15 to February 15, Shukei-tei offers a special seasonal duck dish prepared with locally hunted wild duck.
For those looking for a more relaxed experience, restaurant-style “Shukei-tei Dining” offers top-quality unagi eel dishes — a specialty of Yanagawa — as well as children’s meals.