Lodging and Dining Roven Otaki Town, an “old private house bistro” in Boso where you can stay overnight, is now open.


Bistro Roven, with the concept of “bringing color to food, warmth to daily life, and surprise to space,” will open its newest restaurant, “Lodging and Dining Roven Otaki-machi,” in Otaki-machi, Isumi County, Chiba Prefecture. The restaurant will offer an auberge-style lodging experience in an old Japanese landscape, using abundant ingredients from the Boso region.

lodging house

We have two rooms: the “Denen-no-Ma,” a luxuriously renovated old private house, and the compact “Kura-no-Ma,” a renovated warehouse. Both of these rooms are available for private use, allowing you to spend your time at your leisure.

Bistro "Castle Town Room

Bistro Roven, which operates three restaurants in Tokyo, has created a special bistro for those staying in Otaki Town. The restaurant will offer course meals that can only be enjoyed in Otaki, using an abundance of ingredients from Boso and the bounty of the season.

In addition, lunch and café hours are open to non-guests, and in addition to cabbage rolls and hamburger steaks made with Bistro Roven’s original demi-glace sauce, the restaurant offers dishes exclusive to Roven Otaki Town.

Lodging and Dining Roven Otaki Town

Location: 17-2 Shincho, Otaki Town, Isumi County, Chiba Prefecture
Business Hours: morning cafe 10:00~11:00
lunch 11:30~14:30(L.O. 14:00)
cafe 15:00~17:00(L.O. 16:30)
regular closing day: non-scheduled holiday
TEL: 0470-64-4756

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