Oyster dishes you definitely want to order

  • Nama, yakigaki, steaming, oyster rice, fried oysters, bank pots... Eat various menus and enjoy oysters to the fullest!
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  • Nama, yakigaki, steaming, oyster rice, fried oysters, bank pots... Eat various menus and enjoy oysters to the fullest!
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The appeal of oysters is that they have a wide variety of ways to taste, such as raw, baked to condensate umami, and many dishes that make use of flavor. It can be purchased at direct sales offices at reasonable prices, so it is recommended to enjoy it at home.

We want you to taste the taste of ingredients simply! “Namagaki” (raw oyster) and “Yakigaki” (grilled oyster)

Anyway, what you can't remove is raw and yakigaki.
Once you eat it, you won't forget the taste of raw oysters.
By grilling oysters over charcoal, the flavor increases, and the original aroma stands out.

Seasonal taste full of fresh deliciousness

Only oysters grown in designated waters during the period from November to March are served with raw oysters. Let's enjoy seasonal flavors full of fresh deliciousness. In addition, when grilled over a fire, the umami is condensed tightly, and you can enjoy the rich sweetness that is characteristic of Hiroshima oysters. Both have a salty taste of the sea, so let's just squeeze Hiroshima lemon or simply use ponzu sauce.

The outside is crispy and the inside is juicy “fried oysters” and “oyster tempura”

Oysters from Hiroshima, which are large, are excellent in response to eating even when fried.
If you cook it at home, wash it with salt water of the same concentration as seawater, so that the umami does not escape.
I want to taste hot and juicy freshly fried oyster tempura.

Oyster extract that spreads with the crispy texture

When it comes to deep-fried oysters, the first thing that comes to mind is fried oysters. After its crispy texture ~ oyster spreads throughout your mouth. Also, oyster tempura is no less delicious than fried oysters! Tempura, which is cooked while making the most of the flavor of oysters, is to simply taste it with salt or tempura soup.

Speaking of a classic winter menu in Hiroshima, “oyster hotpot”

In recent years, miso-tailored kakinabe is also called bank nabe, and pots using oysters have come to be enjoyed casually.
The aroma of miso stimulates your appetite, and is a simple yet must-try hot pot dish.

Local dishes recommended for home parties

What makes you want to eat asexually on a cold day is a pot of oysters. Oyster hotpot is a local dish that originated in Hiroshima where miso is smeared on the inside of the pot and raw oysters and vegetables are eaten while boiling. It is nutritious because you get the juice from which the oyster extract oozes. The delicious miso soup and the crispy oysters play an exquisite harmony in your mouth. It is also recommended for home parties with a large number of people.

“Takikomi gohan” (mixed rice) with plenty of umami and a gentle taste

The scent of the sea spreads softly in your mouth. It has a gentle taste that soaks into your stomach.
Cooked rice that both adults and children love. Just by adding oysters, the degree of feast will increase at once!

The umami of oysters soaks into each grain of rice

The point is to cook rice using oyster broth, and to finish with plump oysters. By cooking separately, you can enjoy a plump texture. When the flavor of oysters is mixed with each grain of rice, the rice goes on steadily. There are many souvenirs from Hiroshima where you can easily make oyster cooked rice, so be sure to take on the challenge at home.

“Pickled oysters in oil” perfect for drinking

A gem where you can fully enjoy the charm of oysters.
In addition to oysters, if you have olive oil, garlic, hawk's claws, or oyster sauce, you can make them at home.

Perfect accompaniment to sake and wine

It is pickled in oil that brings out the richness and umami of Hiroshima oysters. It has a rich taste like smoked food, and is perfect to accompany sake and wine. The remaining oil can be added to bread or used as a sauce for pasta. It is also sold in a bottle, so you can take it home and enjoy it as it is, or use it as an accent for cooking. It is also recommended as a souvenir.

“Oyster bento” is a train travel companion packed with local flavors


Choose from a wide variety of oyster bento to make more memories of your trip

It is an ekiben that is indispensable for train travel, but oyster bento is a standard in Hiroshima. There is a wide variety of items, such as those topped with super-large oysters and dishes that imaged oysters bank pots. They are sold at each shop inside JR Hiroshima Station, so you can buy them on your way back from your trip to Hiroshima and enjoy them while remembering your memories. It is sure to make the end of your trip more memorable.
[Shamoji kakimeshi]
“Shamoji kakimeshi” is unbearable for those who like oysters. It uses oysters from Hiroshima prefecture and contains oyster rice, boiled oysters, fried oysters, and oyster yuzu miso sauce.
[Hiroshima oyster bank wappa]
“Hiroshima Kaki no Dote Wappa” is a motif of Hiroshima's famous dish, “Kaki no Dotenabe”. It is a bento with a new sense, with large oysters from Hiroshima seasoned with miso.
“Kakimeshi” is handmade in the kitchen inside Hiroshima Station. It is a hearty dish with a super-large oysters on it.

Enjoy the outstanding compatibility of the extra edition “Oysters and Sake”


Sake restaurants in Hiroshima prefecture that are attracting attention nationwide

Among alcoholic beverages, one of the combinations that go well with oysters is sake. If you want to match the oysters of Hiroshima, we recommend local sake grown in the same land. The rich and fine flavors of Hiroshima sake and mushrooms go great together. Moreover, Hiroshima prefecture is a sake restaurant that is attracting attention nationwide. There are many famous sakes unique to sake restaurants, so let's compare various drinks and enjoy the compatibility with oysters. Raw gaki, grilled, steamed, meuniere, pickled in oil... by all means one that goes well with your favorite dishes!

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