We will change "sincerity" into the form of "Omotenashi" (hospitality).
We want to bring you a tasteful memory of your trip.

In pursuit of the best "taste," we carefully and lovingly make each and every one of our products.
We always keep our customers in mind, so that they can enjoy the warm, handmade taste of our products. We use carefully selected ingredients with strict quality control. 峠の釜めし" is carefully prepared in the same way as bento boxes made at home with love and care.
quail egg
Fresh raw quail eggs are used to preserve the texture and taste.
Japanese chestnut
This is a candied chestnut product made from unbleached and uncolored chestnuts in order to preserve the original taste of chestnuts.
monk's quarters
The chef whittles with a knife with all his heart. The crispness of the finish is different.
apricot (Prunus armeniaca)
Apricots, with their moderate balance of sweetness and sourness, are said to have a regulating effect on the intestines.
shiitake mushroom (Lentinula edodes)
Dried shiitake mushrooms grown on logs are put back in water every day. It is seasoned in a slightly strong Kanto style.
bamboo shoot
Cut into a fan shape to fit the kettle container. Kansai-style seasoning with light soy sauce.
Carefully selected Koshihikari rice is polished in-house and cooked with Rishiri kelp and secret broth for a rich flavor.
chicken meat
Carefully selected Japanese young chickens are intertwined with a secret sauce born from history and tradition to create an exquisite flavor.
Although small in size, the bright green color is a decisive presence for "looking good".
red pickled ginger
Red ginger uses the pigment of purple sweet potatoes .
pickled vegetables
This famous side dish is a pot-shaped container filled with five different kinds of pickles.

天皇陛下献上用 峠の釜めし

Touge no kamameshi, patronized by the Emperor of Japan

This "Touge no kamameshi" was specially made for His Majesty the Emperor of Showa when he was ordered to load it at Yokokaawa Station during his visit to the Toyama National Athletic Meet in 1958.
Since then, 峠の釜めし has been greatly patronized by the imperial family, and even during the reign of Emperor Heisei, the company has received orders.
In particular, when the family of the then Crown Prince visits Karuizawa in the summer and returns to Tokyo, it is customary for them to enjoy "Touge no kamameshi," and we are grateful for the patronage we receive from His Imperial Highness.