Azumi Setoda


Setoda was a center for the maritime industry during the middle ages. It was a stop for spices and ceramics that originated on the Silk Road and were destined for Kyoto and Osaka. Wealthy merchants and key figures of Setouchi welcomed visitors with home-cooked feasts. They prepared hearty yet delicate Japanese dishes and served them on plates that they collected from other countries.

Azumi Setoda's dining service features vegetables from Setoda and other areas in the Setouchi region, and dishes using French methods, served with plates inherited from the Horiuchi family head of the family.
We source as much of the ingredients used for dinner as possible from within a 50 km radius. This is Chef Akita's commitment to experiencing the 'flavor' of the ingredients from the Setouchi area. He visits the farms himself and talks with each producer to deepen his understanding of the producer and the ingredients. He then creates dishes that are cooked and seasoned to bring out the best in the ingredients.

Antique dinnerware inherited from the former Horiuchi estate makes for an atmosphere that draws directly from the legacy of entertaining guests to the island that dates back to long before Azumi. We hope this honest, warm hospitality can be felt through every aspect of the dining experience.


7:00 am - 10:00 pm


5:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Last order 9:00 pm)

Breakfast is only available to our staying guests.
Dinner is open to non-staying guests, but advance reservations are required.
For those who would like to reserve a table for our specialty course meal, please make sure to call us at least 3 days in advance.

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Private Dining

Azumi Setoda has 2 private dining rooms and 1 pavilion which can also function as a dining room. Specific dining arrangements for small groups and anniversary celebrations are also possible.

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