Kakigoya, Ujina branch

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Hiroshima is the number one prefecture for producing oysters. At Kakigoya, Ujina branch, you can enjoy fresh and tasty oysters for a reasonable price cooked in a barbecue style. Surprisingly, 1 kg of oyster is only 1,000 yen! You can grill them yourself. Besides the oyster, they have scallop, horned turban, clam, shrimp, vegetables, meat and oyster rice. Since they prepared all the equipment you need such as aprons and gloves, you don't have to bring anything.

Address
1 Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-80-1630-8970
Access
・Train from Hiroshima station: A minute walk from Hiroshima port station on Koden・Bus from Hiroshima station: 42minute bus ride on No.21 bound for Hiroshima port via Kamiyacho
Opening Hours / Holidays
Open only from the mid October to May (Autumn to winter)10:30-21:00 (Order stops at 20:00) Closed in stormy weather, year-end holidays, Unscheduled holidays
Official Website
http://www.hiroshima-oyster.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (for per person): Lunch 2,000-3,000 yen, Dinner 2,000-3,000 yenMenu: Yakigaki 1,000 yen/ 1 kg, Kakimeshi 300 yen, barbecue table charge and charcoal 300 yen (for each table)

※ 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

Oyster shack where you can enjoy seaside barbecue with charcoal fire

This is the oyster shack where you can enjoy barbecue with many friends. There is a line up of various foods including oyster at the entrance of  the prefab store, so you can choose and bring to your seat.  The savory fresh oysters and seafood grilled by a charcoal fire is just exceptional.

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Tasty and reasonable! "Yakigaki"

1 kg of "Yakigaki", grilled oysters, is sold for 1,000 yen. The box contains about 10 large oysters produced in Hiroshima prefecture. The sliced lemon from Hiroshima prefecture which completes the grilled oyster is sold for 100 yen.

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"Kakimeshi", rice cooked with oysters

Kakimeshi, Oyster rice, (300 yen) is one of specialties of Hiroshima prefecture. They boil oysters with soy sauce and put it on the rice cooked with oyster soup stock. The rice which has the delicious's extracts of the oyster and soft oysters make this dish gorgeous.

Source:食べログ

Kakigoya, Ujina branch

Hiroshima is the number one prefecture for producing oysters. At Kakigoya, Ujina branch, you can enjoy fresh and tasty oysters for a reasonable price cooked in a barbecue style. Surprisingly, 1 kg of oyster is only 1,000 yen! You can grill them yourself. Besides the oyster, they have scallop, horned turban, clam, shrimp, vegetables, meat and oyster rice. Since they prepared all the equipment you need such as aprons and gloves, you don't have to bring anything.

※ 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

Oyster shack where you can enjoy seaside barbecue with charcoal fire

This is the oyster shack where you can enjoy barbecue with many friends. There is a line up of various foods including oyster at the entrance of  the prefab store, so you can choose and bring to your seat.  The savory fresh oysters and seafood grilled by a charcoal fire is just exceptional.

Source:食べログ

Tasty and reasonable! "Yakigaki"

1 kg of "Yakigaki", grilled oysters, is sold for 1,000 yen. The box contains about 10 large oysters produced in Hiroshima prefecture. The sliced lemon from Hiroshima prefecture which completes the grilled oyster is sold for 100 yen.

Source:食べログ

"Kakimeshi", rice cooked with oysters

Kakimeshi, Oyster rice, (300 yen) is one of specialties of Hiroshima prefecture. They boil oysters with soy sauce and put it on the rice cooked with oyster soup stock. The rice which has the delicious's extracts of the oyster and soft oysters make this dish gorgeous.

Source:食べログ

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