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Takara is a Japanese cuisine restaurant, situated in the center of Hiroshima city. It is a small restaurant with six counter seats and one tatami room. It is popular for its huge proportioned tendon, with many varieties of huge tempura put on top of the bowl of rice. The most popular "Kaisen tendon" (1,200 yen) contains plenty of seafood, including shrimps and conger eels. In "Kaki tendon" (1,400 yen), you can enjoy plenty of oysters, which is the famous seafood of Hiroshima.
- 1F Hondori Wave Bldg., 5-13 Hondori, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
- Contact No.
- 3-min walk from Kamiyacho-higashi stop on Hiroshima Dentetsu
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:00-15:00,17:30-22:30 Open all year round
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- *Menu: Kaisen tendon 1,200 yen, Kaki tendon 1,400 yen*Credit cards are accepted
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Huge proportioned tendon lunch for reasonable prize
The most popular dish on the menu is tendon with plenty of tempura, covering the bowl of rice entirely. The amazing tempura is fried after lightly covered by some batter! You can choose seasoning of your choice: soup for tendon, salt, etc.
The most popular "Kaisen tendon" with plenty of seafood!
"Kaisen tendon" （1,200 yen） has more than 10 types of tempura, including seafood tempura made of huge shrimps, conger eels, halfbeak, and vegetable tempura of green pepper, pumpkin, enoki mushroom, etc. It comes with miso soup and pickled vegetables.
Have "Kaki tendon", a typical dish of Hiroshima!
"Kaki tendon" （1,400 yen） is huge proportioned tendon with oyster tempura on top of rice. In fact, Hiroshima is a famous place for oysters. The oyster and vegetable tempura is perfectly fried while keeping the great taste of products. If you eat with grated radish, it will refresh your mouth after eating all the fried tempura.