Ishimatsu Sandaime

It is a small restaurant popular for various amazing dishes made of seasonal seafood, including oysters or small sardines, from Seto Inland Sea, and a variety of Japanese sake. All dishes, served here, are creative and well-prepared from mostly local ingredients. Here you can fully enjoy typical dishes of Hiroshima accompanied by Japanese sake. In a relaxing restaurant, you can savor the traditional Japanese dishes, without worrying about formal manners.

Address
3-14 Nagaregawacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-82-241-9041
Access
5-min walk from Hatchohori station on Hiroden main line5-min walk from Hatchohori station on Hiroden Hakushima line
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Mon-Sat]17:00-23:00 (Last order) Closed on Sunday and national holidays
Official Website
https://www.facebook.com/ushinawareta7224/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Dinner 5,000-6,000 yen*Menu: Sakana Nanatsu-dogu 800 yen, Home-made Iwashi oil sardine 550 yen*Credit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Serving local fish and Japanese sake

Hiroshima faces the Seto Inland Sea, in which a rich variety of fish are caught. The owner purchases them early in the morning at the market and transforms them in approx. 10 kinds of dishes. In spring, red sea bream and clams are served. In summer, small sardines and octopus taste great. In fall, mackerel and cutlass fish are seasonal. And in winter, oysters and filefish are the best. On top of this, there are more than 80 types of Japanese sake that go so well with dishes!

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Beautiful and tasty "Sakana Nanatsu-dogu"

I strongly recommend "Sakana Nakatsu-dogu" (with 7 types of seasonal garnishes, for one person 800 yen). You can enjoy 7 types of garnishes, each of which goes so well with Japanese sake. The garnishes are beautiful and very tasteful. You can ask the owner which Japanese sake goes well with this dish.

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Seafood from Seto Inland Sea "Homemade Iwashi oil sardine"

"Home-made Iwashi oil sardine" (550 yen) is a dish with small sardines from Seto Inland Sea, pickled in oil. The melting small sardines are very soft and taste great because they are homemade.

Source:食べログ

Ishimatsu Sandaime

It is a small restaurant popular for various amazing dishes made of seasonal seafood, including oysters or small sardines, from Seto Inland Sea, and a variety of Japanese sake. All dishes, served here, are creative and well-prepared from mostly local ingredients. Here you can fully enjoy typical dishes of Hiroshima accompanied by Japanese sake. In a relaxing restaurant, you can savor the traditional Japanese dishes, without worrying about formal manners.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Serving local fish and Japanese sake

Hiroshima faces the Seto Inland Sea, in which a rich variety of fish are caught. The owner purchases them early in the morning at the market and transforms them in approx. 10 kinds of dishes. In spring, red sea bream and clams are served. In summer, small sardines and octopus taste great. In fall, mackerel and cutlass fish are seasonal. And in winter, oysters and filefish are the best. On top of this, there are more than 80 types of Japanese sake that go so well with dishes!

Source:食べログ

Beautiful and tasty "Sakana Nanatsu-dogu"

I strongly recommend "Sakana Nakatsu-dogu" (with 7 types of seasonal garnishes, for one person 800 yen). You can enjoy 7 types of garnishes, each of which goes so well with Japanese sake. The garnishes are beautiful and very tasteful. You can ask the owner which Japanese sake goes well with this dish.

Source:食べログ

Seafood from Seto Inland Sea "Homemade Iwashi oil sardine"

"Home-made Iwashi oil sardine" (550 yen) is a dish with small sardines from Seto Inland Sea, pickled in oil. The melting small sardines are very soft and taste great because they are homemade.

Source:食べログ