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Taku-chan no mise Hakko
Hakko is the famous okonomiyaki restaurant in Hiroshima located in downtown Hiroshima. There are many fans of their well-baked okonomiyaki which has a thick crispy batter and chewy noodles. So many customers including locals, tourists and some Japanese celebrities visit here. Soba niku tamago (800 yen), which is said to sell more than 100 a day, is the standard menu made with noodles, meat and egg with topping of squid tempura and leek. Moyashi Sugomori (750 yen), the egg dish covered by sprout and matches beer well, is also a famous dish.
- 1F Pearl bldg. 5-18 Yagenbori, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
- Contact No.
- 7-min walk from Kanayama cho Station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 18:00～25:00(Last order 24:00) Closed on Sundays
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- *Average budget （for per person）: Lunch 1,000-2,000 yen, Dinner 1,000-2,000 yenMenu: Sobanikudama 1,100 yen, Moyashi sugomori 750 yen
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Crispy and chewy noodles make you want to eat more
The whole okonomiyaki is baked well, especially the noodles which has a chewy and crispy texture. It is very savory and makes you want to eat more. They change recipes of the sauce and producing place of cabbage depending on the season. There are a lot of signatures of celebrities on the wall.
Soba niku tamago, same price and taste since the opening
Soba niku tamago （80 yen） is very popular because of the unchanged taste and price since the opening. It is made with flavorful dough, crispy yet chewy noodles, plenty of cabbage and sprout. The spicy sauce contains oyster extract and matches the okonomiyaki.
Moyashi sugomori: great match with beer!
The steamed egg surrounded by the sprouts results in a briskly texture which perfectly matches beer. Inside Moyashi Sugomori （750 yen）, you will see melted egg and leek. Add ponzu, vinegar made with soy sauce and citrus juice.