After having visited Yakitori Akiyohi’s Kyoto store, I headed a couple of blocks from my hotel to their Hiroshima store on my last evening in the city.
Month: October 2017
Hyatt Regency, Sydney, Australia
I’ve stayed at a lot of hotels, and I mean ALOT! Somewhere between 150 and 200 hotels over the years all over the world for both business and leisure.
Caffe Veloce, Hiroshima, Japan
I don’t normally have a sit down breakfast when I travel… usually opting for something quick from a Family Mart or 7-Eleven on my way to my first stop of the day.
But today, as I was walking down Rijo Dori towards Hiroshima Castle I popped into Caffe Veloce probably just 300 metres from my hotel.
Nagata-ya, Hiroshima, Japan
About 50 metres from the Atomic Bomb Hypocentre memorial is an okonomiyaki restaurant that always has a queue.
I stopped by this restaurant on my first visit to Hiroshima in 2015, back then I just walked in at lunch and was quickly seated and served.
Shinchan, Hiroshima, Japan
Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake mainly associated with Hiroshima and the Kansai area.
While you can get Okonomiyaki at any number of restaurants in Hiroshima, the mecca is the vertical village called Okonomi-mura in central Hiroshima that houses 24 Okonomiyaki restaurants all cooking the dish in their own special way.