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 Contrary to most guest houses, Sorairo also provides dinner and breakfast.


"What's on the menu today?"
"Could you pass me the soy sauce"

Everybody is gathered around a big dining table merrily sharing the meals together.
Even if we meet  for the first time, we will soon be exchanging dishes and discussions as if we were friends or family.

Places that are only for sleeping are sad, we believe that the act of sharing meals is important.  

Using seasonal greens, meals are like the ones made in your grandma's kitchen.
We usually do traditional japanese meals, but sometimes we also have wild boars and deers on the
menu.

The ingredients are coming from the fields behind the house and when possible freshly picked up
from the ground.
Our brown rice is done Kamado's style (baked in our traditional oven) 

The water is coming directly from the source behind the house, it is delicious mineral water.
 
※ Guest with allergies, please let us know in advance.

 
This house had a Kamado: a Japanese wood or charcoal fueled cook stove. One of those old ovens like in the Totoro movie.
We really wanted to use that oven to bake rice! To revive the oven!
The help of everybody made a difficult restoration possible.
In these modern times, we can cook good rice with a turn of a switch.
Using an oven requires splitting firewood and to puff on the fire with soot on your face for about an
hour.
Rice made like that is really tasty though and give you a real sense of achievement that will put a
smile on your lips.
Adults and children, everybody loves our old oven.
Please, have a try at this experience of a way of life from the past.

 
 The taste of home, that's what we are trying to achieve.

Every year, preparing the miso, the plum, the yuzu, etc…
Each seasons brings its challenges and handworks.
 
We like to work carefully and steadily.
Coffee is freshly ground, Bonito is freshly shaved, it takes effort and time, but it tastes all the better.