Aqua stands for water, and Ignis means “fire” in Latin.
Aqua×Ignis, which contrasts water and fire, symbolizes hot springs, ingredients, and man and woman nurtured on earth.
The images of man and woman symbolized by water and fire resonates with the ancient the Orizuru legend of Yono Town.
It is a basic axis relating romance through sweets from Mr. Tsujiguchi, top pâtissier; Italian cuisine party by Master Okuda, a genius Italian chef;
and master of Japanese food, Mr. Kasahara, to one another within the complex.