Reviews on Japanese food in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. Hatsukaichi is a city of some 120,000 people located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The name derives from a market traditionally held on the 20th of each month with hatsuka meaning "20th day" and ichi translating to "market".
Things to do in Hatsukaichi
4 based on 84 reviews
Such a nice place :) Not easy to find but worth it! The food is so good, the staff lovely and the restaurant very traditional! I would recommend it for sure!Just to help a little bit, the only meal that they serve is the one on the picture and its about 35 £ for 2 people :)
3 based on 235 reviews
If I were the manager of Kinsingan hotel, I'd take advantage too. Fact is that Miyajima simply died after 6pm, when the day trippers take the ferry home and all the businesses close for the day. We had an onsen appointment at the hotel, and we're advised that they had dinner options. This bar/restaurant is it. The American (?) waiter put us on the waiting list and offered us a place at the terrace. We had an expensive drink - 750 for a beer that is usually around 500 - and after a while were seated. Pretty hungry by now, we ordered and got the food fairly quickly. Portions varied from small to OK but there was no way to know from the menu what size it was going to be. Taste was very average, my own curry tasted more like a tomato sauce. All in all: the waiting list works, but the food and drinks are overpriced.
4 based on 39 reviews
Torii is a casual Japanese restaurant very close to the Istukushima shrine (the Tripadvisor pin is way off the mark!). Theirspeciality seems to be is oysters, served in several ways: cooked in their shells on a grill, deep-fried... I took the grilled ones, that were really big and juicy, one could season them wit local soy sauce-vinegar type sauce. Delicious, and not at all too expensive! My portion was 6 fat oysters, practically enough for lunch. If you want a smaller sample of oysters you can buy just two from the outside grill and eat standing there. Torii also serves at least noodles and tempura: our family of four found suitable portions for all and we left happy.
5 based on 20 reviews
We stayed in 4 Ryokans on our Vacation throughout Japan and they were excellent but this was the best. We just loved it. Great amenities, close to the town, scrupulously clean, great service and great food. What's not to like. Just a short walk over the bridge and through the woods to the Miyajima Ropeway. It was simply marvelous on an equally marvelous little island. We just loved it. We were staying on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis and really looked forward to the excellent food and the perfectly prepared and arranged dishes. At times it felt like a travesty to spoil such painstakingly beautiful arrangements of each of the components of the dishes. The presentation was a work of art in itself. Amazing.
4 based on 48 reviews
The place itself is really nice and pleasant. The staff are incredibly polite and we got an English menu. Tried the beef soba, clear soup and sushi. All very ok, wouldn't say gastronomic, but decent. I'm not a big fan of soba, but my partner had the "clear soup" (clam soup) and sushi, which she liked.
4 based on 80 reviews
I’d recommend sitting by the bar here so that you can watch them make the okonomiyaki. It’s like a chain process starting from cooking the cabbage and pancake with pork on a hot plate, flipping it over, adding scallops/shrimps/oysters and then adding the egg and other condiments. The menu is simple, the experience is worth it
4 based on 132 reviews
we would never have gone tried if another traveler had not suggested. Its a must. After the bomb people had very little food so this was their stable diet. Its a must to see them making in front of you and they taste fabulous. but do book or you might not get in .
4 based on 473 reviews
Wanting to try salt water eel and this place was apparently “the place” to go for conger eel. There was already a line waiting to dine in so we opted for a bento box to take over to Miyajima Island. The always inquisitive and hungry deers on Miyajima proved a challenge to avoid as they would come near whenever we tried to open our bento. Happy to say that after approximately 3hours the meal was still delicious although a tad cold.
4 based on 449 reviews
We stopped in after we finished taking the ropeway up the mountain. We chose the oyster kaiseki. We ordered one regular & one plus/premium. The only difference is that the premium serves two huge fried oysters while the regular serves a few smaller ones. Otherwise, the meals are the same. All the oysters were prepared well, and were seasoned just right. The price is reasonable. It is a cash-only place (also accept Japanese debit card).
4 based on 364 reviews
The only place to enjoy oysters casually all the year. The most historic and popular restaurant. The staff is also friendly. We offer the most reliable Japanese cuisine in Miyajima.
A very busy restaurant in the small shopping street of Miyajima. You can’t miss it big sign and a crowded place with a significant number of Japanese. Anyhow it’s clear that the review in the guidebooks bring the crowds. But it is well deserved if, again, you love oysters because they present them in many forms raw cook grilled etc. All excellent I must say. Friendly service used to non Japanese English menu available and very reasonable prices. I agree this the place that you should visit in Miyajima besides the temples and pagodas of course !
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