[Kai Kawaji] “Kamo no Mouryonabe” is now available to savor the bounty of the satoyama that has been passed down from generation to generation.


Under the theme of “Royal but New The theme of “Kai Kawaji,” a brand of onsen ryokan that focuses on the region and the season, and places importance on proposing travel experiences that can only be experienced in that region, will introduce a new dish, “Kamo no Mouryonabe,” starting on March 1, 2024.

Savor the taste of duck

Kawaji Duck Mouryonabe is served with a whole duck thigh in the broth. First, enjoy the tender braised duck leg, then quickly dip the sliced duck loin into the broth and savor it, enjoying its more resilient texture and flavor compared to the leg meat.

Local and seasonal ingredients and utensils

Seasonal ingredients are served in Koisago-yaki (traditional Tochigi Prefecture crafts) containers. After enjoying the nabe, “chives soba” will be served to top off the meal. The dish is served with chives, a specialty of the western Tochigi region, and the flavor of the duck and vegetables in the broth is enjoyed to the end.

Kai Kawaji "Kamo no Mouryou Nabe Kaiseki" Overview

Period: From March 1, 2024
Charge: From 29,000 yen (per person based on double occupancy, including tax and service charge, with dinner and breakfast)

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