A Japanese restaurant serving fresh fish kept in a fish-tank.
- Washokudokoro Kobayashi
- Wa Modern Kitchen Nico Style
A place to enjoy local food from Nara and latte art inspired by symbols of Nara.
- Wakashachiya, Nishiki-ten
A famous udon restaurant that promotes Nagoya's specialty, Nagoya Curry Udon.
The popular sweets shop famous for its new wave sweets that has essences of both Japanese and western sweets.
- Kaisen Yokocho Uokuni
A seafood restaurant that is run by a long-standing fish store. It serves fresh seafood dishes at reasonable prices.
- Uogokoro Kitokito
Seafood restaurant run by a fish wholesaler. Its original network enables them to get the best seafood that attract many customers.
- Unoiori U
Dine while looking at cormorants! Restaurant run by an usho （cormorant fishing master）
Long-standing udon and soba noodle restaurant in Hiroshima known as the birthplace of Kure City’s famous “hoso-udon.”
- Tsuzumi Soba
Highly popular for chuka-soba with a subtle nostalgic flavor, unchanged since 1956!
A Japanese restaurant owned by a fisherman that always serves super fresh seafood.
- Tsukemen Honpo Karabu, Tokaichi branch
The famous extremely spicy tsukemen place that has 3 branches in Hiroshima city, Hiroshima prefecture
- Hiroshima Tsukemen Honpo, Bakudan-ya （main store）
A popular restaurant for Hiroshima's local ramen, Hiroshima tsukemen. The Japanese-style spicy taste soup stock is very addictive.