Restaurants, Accommodation, Souvenir Shop

Restaurant “Misogura”

Rooms have seating capacity for the following numbers of people:
Ofuji

Ofuji/ 96

  • Tsubaki

    Tsubaki/42

  • Ginnan

    Ginnan/60

  • Yaezakura

    Yaezakura/18

  • Ayame

    Ayame/24

Savor Echigo’s hospitality in a restaurant imbued with the atmosphere of long ago.

Reservation
required
Tel: +81-25-385-2001
Fax: +81-25-385-3929
Tel: +81-25-385-2001
Fax: +81-25-385-3929

Reservations are accepted from 9:00 – 16:00 up till midday two days before your desired reservation date.

At one time a dozen barrels of miso were lined up on the earthen floor. The miso storehouse has now been reinvented as “Misogura,” a great dining hall which, together with the annex, seats around 240 people. This is where we serve fine Echigo fare to visitors to the museum. (Reservation is required.)

Sadomi

Sadomi

Hagama Experience (rice cooked in traditional cast iron pot)

Hagama Experience (rice cooked in traditional cast iron pot)
About the Hagama Experience

If you choose this menu, you will have the opportunity to cook your rice yourself using a family-sized Hagama (cast-iron pot) on a table-top cooker. You get to light the flame underneath the pot, regulate it and turn it off at the end to let the rice steam. You can then enjoy freshly-boiled, piping hot rice accompanied by several local dishes. The rice takes about half an hour to cook and while you are waiting you can listen to the bubbling sound and savor the aroma.

Tokiwa 1,512 JPY
Seasonal tempura/Niigata nishime (vegetables simmered in soy sauce)/grilled fish/local tororo (grated yam)/Niigata koshihikari rice/miso soup/pickled vegetables
Sanraku 2,052 JPY
Seasonal tempura/Niigata nishime (vegetables simmered in soy sauce)/sunomono (vinegared vegetables)/grilled fish/local tororo (grated yam)/local Soumi noppe (traditional thick soup with many ingredients such as taro, carrot, ginkgo nuts or salted salmon roe.)/Niigata koshihikari rice/miso soup/pickled vegetables
Sadomi 2,592 JPY
Seasonal tempura/Niigata nishime (vegetables simmered in soy sauce)/sunomono (vinegared vegetables)/grilled fish/local tororo (grated yam)/local Soumi noppe (traditional thick soup with many ingredients such as taro, carrot, ginkgo nuts or salted salmon roe.)/sashimi/Niigata koshihikari rice/miso soup/pickled vegetables/fruit
Gono 3,132 JPY
Seasonal tempura/Niigata nishime (vegetables simmered in soy sauce)/sunomono (vinegared vegetales)/grilled fish/local tororo (grated yam)/local Soumi noppe (traditional thick soup with many ingredients such as taro, carrot, ginkgo nuts or salted salmon roe.)/sashimi/Niigata koshihikari rice/miso soup/pickled vegetables/fruit/yogurt drink
Hagama Experience (rice cooked in traditional cast iron pot) 1,836 JPY
Seasonal tempura/Niigata nishime (vegetables simmered in soy sauce)/sunomono (vinegared vegetables)/grilled fish/local Soumi noppe(traditional thick soup with many ingredients such as taro, carrot, ginkgo nuts or salted salmon roe.) /Niigata koshihikari rice/miso soup/pickled vegetables

* The photograph is to give you an idea of what we serve and the food may change depending on the season.
* Visitors who have made a reservation at Misogura are entitled to a discount when visiting the museum.

Adult 800 JPY → 550 JPY Elementary and Junior High School Student 400 JPY → 200 JPY

Wealthy Farmers’ Inn “Dairo-an”

It’s better to move slowly, taking your time, when you encounter things from the past.

Reservation
required
Tel: +81-25-385-2100
Mail ncm2006@vanilla.ocn.ne.jp
Tel: +81-25-385-2100
Mail ncm2006@vanilla.ocn.ne.jp

Reservations are accepted from 9:00 – 16:00 up to three weeks before your desired reservation date.

The elegant entrance appears as you pass through the latticework gate and cross the little bamboo grove. Dairo-an is a restaurant and inn within the grounds of the Northern Culture Museum. Here, in the stillness and quiet of another age, is where your rendez-vous with the past begins. At Dairo-an, we also organize significant persons’celebrations and lunches for Buddhist memorial services.

Lunch 5,000 JPY or more

* The photograph is to give you an idea of what we serve and the food may change depending on the season.
* Visitors who have made a reservation at “Dairo-an” are entitled to a discount when visiting the museum.

Adult 800 JPY → 550 JPY Elementary and Junior High School Student 400 JPY → 200 JPY

Accommodation Information

Dairo-an can accommodate up to three groups at one time.
As far as possible we try to provide clothing, food and accommodation typical of the olden days. There is neither television nor radio. We hope you will feel, during your stay, that time has stood still.

One night’s accommodation
with dinner and breakfast
15,000 JPY or more

* Admission to the museum is included in the price of accommodation.

Souvenir Shop “Sanraku”

The shop was originally a carpenter’s workshop when the Ito Residence was being built. As well as Niigata cakes and folk crafts, it also sells rare types of sake from the finest breweries in Niigata Prefecture. In spring and autumn, especially at weekends, sake tastings are often proposed. You will also find books and other publications about the Northern Culture Museum, as well as original merchandize.

Soba Restaurant “Iwano-ya”

Soba Restaurant “Iwano-ya”

Serves buckwheat noodles much appreciated locally for their simple, rustic flavor.

  • Kakesoba (soba in broth)
  • Zarusoba (soba served on a bamboo draining basket with dipping sauce)
  • Kakiagesoba (soba with mixed vegetable tempura)

* The restaurant serves only soba.
* Opening days and times may vary depending on the season. We would ask for your understanding.

Café “Idogoya”

Café “Idogoya”

The café contains the Ito family well. Have a look around while you are here.

  • Blended coffee
  • Macha (powdered green tea)
  • Oshiruko (sweet red bean soup) Other sweet delicacies

* The menu changes with the seasons.
* Opening days and times may vary depending on the season. We would ask for your understanding.

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