Kure Haikara Shokudo

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The Kure Haikara Shokudo is a restaurant located in the naval town of Kure that recreates the nostalgic period of rapid economic growth that occurred around 1950. This restaurant has a unique menu based on research of the navy's culinary methods bringing the food culture that supported Japan’s former navy. Starting with the fruity curry which is most representative of naval gourmet, many other high volume dishes are available including chicken rice and omu-rice (rice-filled omelet). The restaurant is divided into two sections of a 180 seat large dining hall and a 40 seat submarine themed floor. Here you can also find other local specialties like the cold ramen “kure reimen.”

Address
2F Marine Building 3, 4-21 Orimoto, Takara-machi, Kure-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-823-32-3108
Access
5-minute walk from Kure Station on the JR Kure Line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30–15:00 Closed on Tuesdays
Official Website
http://www.kurefine.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (1 person): Afternoon 1,000 – 2,000 yenMenu: Submarine “soryu” curry 1,450 yen, Meiji naval chicken rice 1,200 yen

※ 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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Naval-themed restaurant

Fitting for a restaurant in an old naval town, the menu is full of former navy gourmet dishes and the staff even welcomes you dressed in maritime self-defense force uniform. The inside of the restaurant is also decked out with enjoyable devices like on-board piping and nautical instruments making you feel like you’re actually dining in a real submarine.

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First comes the sweet, then the spice of the submarine “soryu” steel tray curry

The most popular naval gourmet curry on the menu is the submarine “soryu” steel tray curry (1,450 yen) which is served on steel trays that were used by navy soldiers. The first flavor you’ll taste in this exquisite dish is fruity sweet, then quickly followed by a spicy aftertaste. The curry is accompanied by sides of salad, meat and potatoes, and pickled vegetables making for a meal that packs some serious volume.

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One whole chicken leg! Meiji naval chicken rice

The Meiji naval chicken rice (1,200 yen) is served with one whole chicken leg on the bone. On top of the nostalgic flavor of the chicken rice is served a large aromatic cooked chicken leg. The meal also comes with a side of salad and soup.

Source:食べログ

Kure Haikara Shokudo

The Kure Haikara Shokudo is a restaurant located in the naval town of Kure that recreates the nostalgic period of rapid economic growth that occurred around 1950. This restaurant has a unique menu based on research of the navy's culinary methods bringing the food culture that supported Japan’s former navy. Starting with the fruity curry which is most representative of naval gourmet, many other high volume dishes are available including chicken rice and omu-rice (rice-filled omelet). The restaurant is divided into two sections of a 180 seat large dining hall and a 40 seat submarine themed floor. Here you can also find other local specialties like the cold ramen “kure reimen.”

※ 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

Naval-themed restaurant

Fitting for a restaurant in an old naval town, the menu is full of former navy gourmet dishes and the staff even welcomes you dressed in maritime self-defense force uniform. The inside of the restaurant is also decked out with enjoyable devices like on-board piping and nautical instruments making you feel like you’re actually dining in a real submarine.

Source:食べログ

First comes the sweet, then the spice of the submarine “soryu” steel tray curry

The most popular naval gourmet curry on the menu is the submarine “soryu” steel tray curry (1,450 yen) which is served on steel trays that were used by navy soldiers. The first flavor you’ll taste in this exquisite dish is fruity sweet, then quickly followed by a spicy aftertaste. The curry is accompanied by sides of salad, meat and potatoes, and pickled vegetables making for a meal that packs some serious volume.

Source:食べログ

One whole chicken leg! Meiji naval chicken rice

The Meiji naval chicken rice (1,200 yen) is served with one whole chicken leg on the bone. On top of the nostalgic flavor of the chicken rice is served a large aromatic cooked chicken leg. The meal also comes with a side of salad and soup.

Source:食べログ

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