No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
Kakizaemon is an izakaya (Japanese style pub-restaurant) located in Onomichi City, Hiroshima that specializes in serving raw seafood. Onomichi is a town blessed with delicious seafood that comes from the Inland Sea of Japan (Seto Naikai) that is rich with plankton and a strong salt content that massages the seafood making the meat compressed and rich. Kakizaemon offers outstandingly fresh local seafood like tai (sea bream), tako (octopus), anago (conger eel), ika, (squid), hamo (pike eel), okoze (stonefish) as well as a wide variety of dishes featuring Hiroshima’s famous kaki (oysters). Along with the delicious food, Kakizaemon is cozy and spacious with table seating on the 1F in addition to a space for large groups on the 2F, and also has a great reputation for wonderful service.
- 2-9-20 Tsuchidou, Onomichi-shi, Hiroshima
- Contact No.
- 5-minute walk from Onomichi Station on the JR Sanyo Honsen (Main Line).
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Lunch;[Monday to Friday]11:30 – 14:00 [Weekends and national holidays] 11:30 – 14:30 Dinner ;17:30 – 23:00 （last order 22:30) ,Sundays 17:00 – 20:30 （last order 22:00） Closed on Tuesdays （Open if on a national holiday, then closed the following day）
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average budget （1 person）: Lunch -1,000 yen, dinner 4,000 - 5,000 yenMenu: Kaisendon teishoku （raw seafood rice bowl set meal） 980 yen, kaki-fry （fried oysters） 680 yen, yaki-gaki （cooked oysters） 2 for 480 yen or 6 for 1,050 yen, kaki-no oven-yaki （oven-baked oysters） （assortment of 3） 880 yen, shichirin-yaki （charcoal grilled oysters） 2 for 450 yen, 6 for 1,000 yenCredit cards accepted
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Dining that specializes in local raw seafood
At Kakizaemon, you can find an abundant amount of specialty fresh seafood from the blessed waters of the Inland Sea of Japan, specifically from local Onomichi. One of the benefits of this restaurant is the top-grade white fish available on the menu like akou （kijihada） （red-spotted grouper）, mebaru （black rockfish）, and okoze （scorpion fish） that you can enjoy for reasonable prices. These delicious fish are available in a variety of forms including sashimi （raw） and karaage （deep-fried）.
“Kaisendon teishoku” that uses only top-grade white fish
The most popular item for lunch is the “kaisendon teishoku” （raw seafood rice bowl set meal） is made with an extravagant assortment of local Inland Sea of Japan top-grade white fish （980 yen）. If you’re looking to taste the local seafood of Onomichi then this is the epic lunch you’re looking for. You can choose to have your rice bowl with plain white rice, or vinegar and sugar flavored “sushi-meshi” （sushi rice）.
Abundant variety of dishes featuring Hiroshima’s famous oysters
Hiroshima is famous for its large juicy kaki （oysters）. Just as the restaurant’s name suggests, Kakizaemon offers a wide variety of dishes featuring oysters including “kaki-fry” （fried oysters） （680 yen）, “yaki-gaki” （cooked oysters） （2 for 480 yen, 6 for 1,050 yen）, “kaki-no oven-yaki” （oven-baked oysters） （880 yen for an assortment of 3）, and “shichirin-yaki” （charcoal grilled） that you can cook yourself （2 for 450 yen, 6 for 1,000 yen）. The kaki-fry （fried oysters） are an especially fantastic delight that are large, crunchy, piping hot, and full of juicy flavor. You can also get them in a set meal for lunch （900 yen）.