Okonomiyaki Hiroshima Style
Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a crepe-like dish containing meat, seafood, cabbage, and so on. It's so loved by Hiroshima people that there are more than 2000 Okonomiyaki restaurants in the prefecture.
Oyster landed in Hiroshima is very big and thick tasty, and Hiroshima is the number one of landing of oysters in Japan. There are some oyster shops that serve grilled oysters and vinegared fresh oysters to visitors in the Miyajima Island.
Soft and fluffy eel meat is steamed with rice, imparting a wonderful color and flavor to every grain. The rice is topped with another piece of anago roasted over charcoal for a smoky aroma, and the dish is flavored with just a bit of soy sauce.
The soup is made with a soy sauce base mixed with clear chicken broth and seafood from the local Seto Inland Sea for a light texture, with melted chunks of fat added for a richer taste.
It’s a small cake in the shape of a maple leaf, a traditional symbol of Hiroshima, that’s filled with sweet red bean paste or flavors like matcha green tea, chocolate, and cream cheese.
NORI (seaweed) is a natural, organic food containing rich nourishment. Enjoy the crispy texture seasoned with oyster-soy-sauce produced from fresh oyster, a specialty of Hiroshima. Enjoy the wonderful taste of the Nori alone or with boiled rice.
Otafuku Okonomi Sauce
A blend of around 20 different kinds of spices with a wealth of fruits and vegetables.
This is a mellow sauce characterized by a sweet and rich flavor.
The tips of the hand-made brushes are naturally uneven, which produces a nice and delicate contact with paper or one’s face, helping to create a superb finish. Therefore, Kumano brushes are very popular among many world-renowned make-up artists.
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