A high-quality healing stalactite inn stuck to food and environment

Directly managed farm Takumi FarmWe produce seasonal creative kaiseki cuisine making full use of local fresh mountain seafood such as North Sea local chicks raised in Hokkaido,
Suffolk seed sheep, organic pesticide-grown vegetables and wild freshly picked fish and shellfish.
Beverages also match locally produced local disappearance menu, local and Hokkaido wine sake, shochu etc. are arranged.
Our hometown is an all-inclusive system.
Depending on your request, it is also possible to prepare your favorite wine at an extra charge, so please tell us. (Reservation required)

Private dining room has become a private room specification partitioned by guest room.
Name Twenty-five anchor
Usage time (It is time to start)
Breakfast 7: 00 ~ 9: 00 Dinner 17: 30 ~ 19: 00
Please tell us your desired time.


Other 3 items, rice, miso soup (The contents will change depending on the season.)
Japanese meal with special meal
You can enjoy breakfast using fresh ingredients in Hokkaido. Please have an elegant morning.


Eat fresh seasonal fish, Ezo abalone, Takumi farm's mineral-rich pasture grabbed at local "Esashi"
       Suffolk seed raw less than 1 year old baby raised, stress in a relaxed space
       You can enjoy KUKI's original cuisine cuisine, created with Hokkai chicken raised barely and seasonally fresh vegetables.
       Creative Japanese food kaiseki with a special meal service. The photo is an example of dinner.


Continue local production to the limit

All foodstuffs used in the traveling gang stays committed to harvesting and watering within 25 km from the inn, relieving sheep, local chicken, eggs, vegetables, wild vegetables raised raised with self-farm "Takumi Farm" We cook and serve in a hotel as a safe food ingredient.
In order to deliver hospitality through eating without organic pesticide / organic cultivation / circulation type eco-breeding and "from the community," the owner started breeding 30 Nagoya Cochin about 25 years ago "Takumi Farm "Has grown little by little, repeated efforts such as relaxing breeding space that does not feel stress, improvement of bait and so on. It is now breeding of Hokkaido regional chicken with sheep (Suffolk kind), vegetables · wildfish garden and full-scale farm.

"The thought of the chef"

The characteristic of the cuisine of this hotel lies in the privileged environment that there is a directly managed farm "Takumi Farm"
             Also, in front of you there is Esuda Harbor and we are keeping in mind the cuisine that made use of the taste of the material for the mountains and the seafood.
             Suffolk type lamb with breeding on the farm has no odor, there is an elegant taste, and there is a nostalgic surprise in fresh eggs freshly produced. Together with vegetables and wild vegetables brought up carefully one by one, we provide our customers with safety and security through food and we strive to satisfy as many customers as possible.
Esashi ryotei kuki Chef Yuki Tsujihiro


An ideal environment friendly to the environment realized by hot spring fever and eco farm

In order to realize a hotel and environment friendly hotel that does not have CO2 and dust in the traveling gang, floor heating in the hotel including the heating of the guest room, floor heating in the hall, parking lot snow melting (road heating) does not use kerosene, gas, electricity We are using hot spring heat.
           In a directly-managed farm "Takumi Farm", raising vegetables with fresh garbage from the inn as fertilizer, sheep (Suffolk seed), raising chicken with hand-made feed and grass raises circulation type eco.
           A garbage truck does not come, we realize an ideal lodging of a wonderful and friendly future with consideration for the environment.

I grew up with Takumi Farm
Good food

Good quality compost from
from Inn · Takumi Farm

Offer as a meal
Road utilizing geothermal

"Recycling system of Yuuto · Takumi Farm"

About Access

Esashi ryotei KUKI Access


1-5 Aza Ubagami-cho,Esashi-cho,Hiyama-gun,Hokkaido 043-0041,Japan(View large map

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