Western Honshu (Chugoku)

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A Guide to Eating Hiroshima-yaki in Hiroshima

A Guide to Eating Hiroshima-yaki in Hiroshima

Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki differs from Kanto and Kansai-style recipes in many ways: it is cooked on an iron griddle before your eyes by the staff, it contains a large amount of cabbage, and made with eggs. By the way, did you know that every okonomiyaki restaurant in Hiroshima has its unique version of Hiroshima-yaki? Its taste, smell, and visual will completely satisfy all of your senses. If you have a chance to visit Hiroshima, for which Hiroshima-yaki would you go?

15 Famous Japanese Cuisine Restaurants to Visit When in Hiroshima

15 Famous Japanese Cuisine Restaurants to Visit When in Hiroshima

Hiroshima Prefecture faces the Seto Inland Sea (Setonaikai), the largest inland sea in Japan, and is richly blessed with marine produce. For that reason, Hiroshima is home to many restaurants that offer delicious Japanese dishes made with seasonal ingredients including fresh seafood. Here are 15 restaurants that you'll definitely want to visit when you're in Hiroshima.

Restaurants in Yamaguchi where You Can Try Fugu

Restaurants in Yamaguchi where You Can Try Fugu

At the westernmost point of Honshu, connected to Kyushu by the Kanmon Bridge, Shimonoseki, in Yamaguchi Prefecture, is the city with the highest circulation of fugu (blowfish) in the whole country. Shimonoseki local people call it "fuku," which also means "good fortune" in Japanese. When carefully selected and handled by skilled chefs, fugu has an incomparable and delicious flavor. If you want to taste fugu in its homeland of Yamaguchi Prefecture, check out these recommendations.

Restaurants in Yamaguchi where You Can Try Fugu

Restaurants in Yamaguchi where You Can Try Fugu

At the westernmost point of Honshu, connected to Kyushu by the Kanmon Bridge, Shimonoseki, in Yamaguchi Prefecture, is the city with the highest circulation of fugu (blowfish) in the whole country. Shimonoseki local people call it "fuku," which also means "good fortune" in Japanese. When carefully selected and handled by skilled chefs, fugu has an incomparable and delicious flavor. If you want to taste fugu in its homeland of Yamaguchi Prefecture, check out these recommendations.

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