Tachibana

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The restaurant located on the approach to Miyajima, the most famous sightseeing spot in Hiroshima Prefecture, Tachibana offers oysters, one of the specialties in Miyajima. The most popular way to cook oysters here in Miyajima is to grill, but Tachibana’s recommendation is Butter-yaki (Grilled in butter) (1,300 yen). You can eat as many as 10 fresh oysters for much cheaper price than Yaki-gaki (Grilled oysters). They also offer Kakihurai-Teishoku (Deep-fried oysters set) with fresh fried crispy deep-fried oysters as well as some dishes using conger-eels which is another specialty of Miyajima.

Address
566-1 Kitanochohama, Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-829-44-0240
Access
Take JR from JR Miyajimaguchi, change to Hiroden Ferry to Miyajima. Walk 8 minutes.
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:00‐17:00
Closed irregularly
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
Average budget (per person): lunch 1,000-2,000 yen Menu: Kakihurai Teishoku 1,400 yen, Butter-yaki 1,300 yen, Kaki Teishoku 2,500 yen, Yaki-gaki 1,300 yen, Anago Udon 900 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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Try Miyajima Specialties More Casually

Tachibana offers various menus using Miyajima Specialties like oysters and conger-eel. Kaki-Teishoku (2,500 yen) is the course menu full of oysters. You can also have the standard menu Yaki-gaki (grilled oysters) (1,300 yen) and Anago Udon (Udon noodle with conger-eel on top) (900 yen) in which you can taste the flavor of conger-eel even in the soup. Their a la carte menu is from the price range of 300 yen. They also have a wide selection of drinks.

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Butter-yaki, Fresh Oysters Grilled on an Iron Plate

To eat oysters to your heart’s content, Butter-yaki is the one you should order. It has as many as about 10 oysters. The oysters grilled in butter on an iron plate have a really fresh texture and tasty flavor without any odor or bitter taste. The rich smell of butter is appetizing too.

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Kakihurai Teishoku, Set Menu of Crispy and Juicy Deep-Fried Oysters

Another recommended way to cook oysters is to deep-fry. If you want to fully enjoy deep-fried oysters with crispy breading using fine breadcrumbs, order Kakihurai Teishoku. Once you bite it, juicy oyster comes out of the crispy breading. This is the great dish that even beats Butter-yaki.

Source:食べログ

Tachibana

The restaurant located on the approach to Miyajima, the most famous sightseeing spot in Hiroshima Prefecture, Tachibana offers oysters, one of the specialties in Miyajima. The most popular way to cook oysters here in Miyajima is to grill, but Tachibana’s recommendation is Butter-yaki (Grilled in butter) (1,300 yen). You can eat as many as 10 fresh oysters for much cheaper price than Yaki-gaki (Grilled oysters). They also offer Kakihurai-Teishoku (Deep-fried oysters set) with fresh fried crispy deep-fried oysters as well as some dishes using conger-eels which is another specialty of Miyajima.

※ 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

Try Miyajima Specialties More Casually

Tachibana offers various menus using Miyajima Specialties like oysters and conger-eel. Kaki-Teishoku (2,500 yen) is the course menu full of oysters. You can also have the standard menu Yaki-gaki (grilled oysters) (1,300 yen) and Anago Udon (Udon noodle with conger-eel on top) (900 yen) in which you can taste the flavor of conger-eel even in the soup. Their a la carte menu is from the price range of 300 yen. They also have a wide selection of drinks.

Source:食べログ

Butter-yaki, Fresh Oysters Grilled on an Iron Plate

To eat oysters to your heart’s content, Butter-yaki is the one you should order. It has as many as about 10 oysters. The oysters grilled in butter on an iron plate have a really fresh texture and tasty flavor without any odor or bitter taste. The rich smell of butter is appetizing too.

Source:食べログ

Kakihurai Teishoku, Set Menu of Crispy and Juicy Deep-Fried Oysters

Another recommended way to cook oysters is to deep-fry. If you want to fully enjoy deep-fried oysters with crispy breading using fine breadcrumbs, order Kakihurai Teishoku. Once you bite it, juicy oyster comes out of the crispy breading. This is the great dish that even beats Butter-yaki.

Source:食べログ

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