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May 26, 2014 · Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki. Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki is made of batter, which includes flour and water or dashi, shredded cabbage, egg, and green onion along with the protein of your choice, such as pork belly slices or seafood. You can find my Osaka-style Okonomiyaki recipe here. 2. Hiroshima-Style Okonomiyaki.Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake with cabbage, bean sprout, noodles, and pork belly, and a fried egg, topped with savory sauce and mayo..
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Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake with cabbage, bean sprout, noodles, sliced pork belly, and a fried egg, topped with savory sauce and Japanese mayo. Watch the video tutorial for step-by-step instructions!

Have you tried the Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き) before? It’s a Japanese savory pancake that contains a variety of ingredients. “Okonomi” in Japanese means “as you like it”, so it’s a savory pancake that contains whatever ingredients you like.

Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki (広島風お好み焼き) is a type of Okonomiyaki that originated in Hiroshima, Japan.

Two Styles of Okonomiyaki 1. Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki

Osaka-Style Okonomiyaki is made of batter, which includes flour and water or dashi, shredded cabbage, egg, and green onion along with the protein of your choice, such as pork belly slices or seafood.

You can find my Osaka-style Okonomiyaki recipe here.

2. Hiroshima-Style Okonomiyaki

Hiroshima-Style Okonomiyaki uses almost the same ingredients, but they are layered rather than mixed in with the batter like Osaka-style. Not only that, fried egg and yakisoba noodles (or sometimes udon noodles) are used as toppings.

When you are in Hiroshima and order “okonomiyaki”, this layered okonomiyaki with noodles and fried egg would come to the table instead of Osaka-style Okonomiyaki.

Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki has been around since the 1950s. At that time, the country was quite poor and people only used a little bit of flour and vegetables to make Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki.

The current Hiroshima Okonomiyaki with meat, egg, and noodles is a version that has evolved throughout the years. Nowadays there are over 2,000 restaurants within the Hiroshima area that specialized in Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki!

Osaka vs. Hiroshima

Which one is tastier? Well, that’s really up to your preference. If you like fried noodles and less doughy texture, Hiroshima okonomiyaki is definitely your choice.

I like both styles of okonomiyaki, so it’d be very hard for me to pick just one! At home, I just cook them alternatively.

3 Okonomiyaki Toppings 1. Okonomi Sauce

I would say the important and delicious element for both Hiroshima- and Osaka-style okonomiyaki is the Okonomi Sauce (お好みソース).

Originally, Worcestershire sauce was used but throughout the years the flavor has evolved to the current flavor. Okonomi Sauce has a sweet and sour flavor that’s slightly different from Tonkatsu Sauce and it’s thicker consistency so it goes well with Okonomiyaki. Oh so delicious!

2. Japanese Mayonnaise

Some people would call Japanese mayo Kewpie Mayo. It has a sweet and tangy flavor that is well-balanced.

Many JOC readers have told me that they haven’t gone back to the original mayo they had been using since they tasted Japanese mayonnaise!

3. Aonori (dried green seaweed):

It is dried green (Ao) seaweed (Nori) flakes/powder. This umami-rich seaweed has a bright intense green color and has a unique fragrant.

Japan has many types of seaweed from wakame, nori, to kombu. We use the specific name for each type of seaweed instead of just calling them “seaweed”. It helps identify which is the correct seaweed for a different type of dishes.

You can buy Aonori from Amazon and Japanese/Asian grocery stores. Or you can substitute with regular nori if you can’t find it.

Itadakimasu!

I hope my tutorial video and step-by-step instructions with pictures would help you achieve the delicious Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki! If you haven’t tried Osaka-style, give it a try next!

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Recipe Preparation. 1. Slice the bacon in half lengthwise. Bake at 350°F for 6-7 minutes. Drain grease. Place on a parchment-lined sheet pan and refrigerate until needed. 2. Slice the cabbage on a mandoline and spread out on a parchment-lined sheet pan. Slice the carrots on a mandoline and spread out on a parchment-lined sheet pan.1. Slice the bacon in half lengthwise. Bake at 350°F for 6-7 minutes. Drain grease. Place on a parchment-lined sheet pan and refrigerate until needed. .
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Recipe Preparation

1. Slice the bacon in half lengthwise. Bake at 350°F for 6-7 minutes. Drain grease. Place on a parchment-lined sheet pan and refrigerate until needed. 

2. Slice the cabbage on a mandoline and spread out on a parchment-lined sheet pan. Slice the carrots on a mandoline and spread out on a parchment-lined sheet pan. Transfer the cabbage, carrots and scallions to a covered storage container and refrigerate until needed.

3. Prepare the ramen noodles per package instructions. Transfer cooked noodles to a storage container. Add a small amount of oil to prevent sticking. Season with salt and pepper. Refrigerate until needed.

To prepare a la carte:

1. Break 2 eggs into a stainless steel bowl. Beat long enough to break yolks. Set aside. 

2. Ladle 4 oz. of cold batter on a heated flat griddle. Using the bottom of the ladle, spread the batter in a circular motion to form a 7” pancake.

3. Spread 3 oz. of cabbage on the batter. Top with 3 oz. of shrimp. Add 4 strips of bacon. Place a cover over the pancake and cook 4-6 minutes. Flip the pancake over, cover and cook another 4-6 minutes. 

4. Drizzle 2 oz. of oil on the griddle. Slowly pour the beaten eggs onto the griddle keeping them in a 7” circle. Place 4 oz. of ramen noodles on the griddle. Squirt 1 oz. of water over the noodles and cover. Cook 20-30 seconds. Drizzle with 1 oz. of okonomi sauce and toss.

5. Spread the noodles out on top of the egg. Place the pancake on top of the noodles with the bacon side down. Press together lightly. Turn the cake over so the egg is facing up. Place on a serving plate, pancake-side down. Drizzle with 1 oz. of okonomi sauce and 1 oz. of mayonnaise. Garnish with bonito flakes, scallions and red pepper threads.


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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki - RecipeTin Japan

Dec 01, 2020 · The basic ingredients of Hiroshima Okonomiyaki are similar to the Osaka-style, but it contains noodles. Also, the pancake batter is much thinner than the Osaka-style. The cooking …Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a layered thick savoury pancake. Each ingredient is placed on top in a particular order, and it includes noodles..
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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a layered savoury pancake. Each ingredient is placed on top in a particular order, making a very thick okonomiyaki. It includes plenty of cabbage, bean sprouts and pork slices along with some unique ingredients. Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is quite different in appearance to the Okonomiyaki (Japanese Savoury Pancake) that I posted some time ago, but it is equally delicious.

My post Okonomiyaki (Japanese Savoury Pancake) is also called Osaka-style okonomiyaki (to distinguish it from Hiroshima Okonomiyaki). The basic ingredients of Hiroshima Okonomiyaki are similar to the Osaka-style, but it contains noodles. Also, the pancake batter is much thinner than the Osaka-style.

The cooking process is also very different. Unlike Osaka-style okonomiyaki, to cook Hiroshima Okonomiyaki, you pile each ingredient in a certain order, making layers of ingredients.

What is in my Hiroshima Okonomiyki

There are quite a few small quantities of ingredients required in addition to the main ingredients to make Hiroshima Okonomiyaki.

Adding noodles to the okonomiyaki is uniqueness to the Hiroshima version. But there is one more ingredient that is a representative of Hiroshima Okonomiyaki. It is the deep-fried dried squid called ‘ika-ten’ (いか天). The squid is dried and cut into small rectangle pieces, coted in batter, then deep-fried. See the sample photo of ika-ten here from a Japanese online shop.

I cannot get ika-ten here in Sydney, so I substituted it with tenkasu. Tenkasu (天かす) is the deep-fried tempura batter bits that you get in the oil when you cook tempura. You can also buy them in a pack at Japanese grocery stores.

You can make them at home if you like. Drop tempura batter using chopsticks or a fork into the oil and deep-fry it.

Okonomiyaki:

Below are the ingredients for Hiroshima Okonomiyaki in the order you should layer them onto the pile.

Toppings:

Unlike Osaka-style Okonomiyaki, the only toppings for Hiroshima Okonomiyaki are sauce and dried seaweed flakes.

The Okonomiyaki sauce for traditional Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is spicier than the sauce used for Osaka-style okonomiyaki. You can also buy a bottle of okonomiyaki sauce at Japanese grocery stores or use Bulldog chuno sauce instead.

Some recipes use mayonnaise in addition to the sauce but it is not a traditional way of having Hiroshima Okonomyaki. Many okonomiyaki shops in Hiroshima do not offer mayonnaise. But if you want to add mayonnaise, feel free to put some on top.

How to make Hiroshima Okonomiyaki

Once you prepare all the ingredients, making Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is quite straight forward.

Below is the method of making an okonomiyaki using a rectangle flat griddle pan.

If you do not have a griddle pan, you will need two frypans that serve as one side each of the rectangle griddle pan in the steps above.

In step 5, the cabbage is steam cooked with the cooked batter as a lid. If your cabbage is not very moist, you may inject a bit of water into the cabbage to make the cabbage wilt faster.

How to serve and eat Hiroshima Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki is usually cooked and served on the iron plate so that you can eat hot okonomiyaki until the last piece. If you have a portable grill plate (electric plate or a grill plate on top of a portable cooktop), I strongly recommend that you eat your okonomiyaki off the hot plate. Traditionally, you use a small spatula to eat okonomiyaki by cutting one bite size piece at a time off the hot plate.

The recipe in the recipe card makes a large okonomiyaki that is enough for two people to share (unless you are a big eater!). Cut it in half and serve individually on the grill plate or a serving plate. If you don’t have a small spatula (I don’t), cut the okonomiyaki into pieces with a large spatula and eat with chopsticks, or a knife and fork.

Warning: If your plate has a non-stick coating, don’t use a metal spatula or knife as it will scratch the coating. Use spatulas like these (the small one for eating).

Turning a tall pile of okonomiyaki is a bit of challenge. You might end up spilling cabbage everywhere but that’s part of fun. I hope you try it.

A typical Japanese meal consists of a main dish, a couple of side dishes, a soup and rice. I try to come up with a combination of dishes with a variety of flavours, colours, textures and make-ahead dishes.

Hiroshima Okonomiyaki contains plenty of cabbage and bean sprouts but not a lot of meat. So, I picked Salt Chicken Rolls as a side that is easy to adjust serving sizes.  The wasabi dressing used for the salad adds a different flavour to the meal.

Hiroshima Okonomiyaki contains enough carbohydrates, so I don’t need to have rice to go with it.

  • Main: Hiroshima Okonomiyaki – today’s recipe
  • Side dish 1: Salt Chicken Rolls – make ahead, serve a side dish portion
  • Side dish 2: Simple Kimchi Recipe

    – or another pickled dish

  • Salad: Wasabi Dressing and Watercress Salad – or other fresh salad
  • Soup:

    Miso Soup of your choice from 

    Miso Soup Ingredient Combinations or your favourite ingredients.


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Jan 02, 2019 · Hiroshima Okonomiyaki consists of shredded cabbage, tempura crisps, scallions, bean sprouts, pork, yakisoba noodle, fried egg, okonomiyaki sauce and seaweed flake. Tempura crisps are a byproduct of Tempura.Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki recipe and instructions with step by step photos. Also tips to make it exactly as you would get it in Japan at your home..
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Not only Japanese people, but everyone loves Hiroshima Okonomiyaki! The ingredients work so well together.  Yakisoba noodle, shredded cabbage, egg, tempura crisps, sweet okonomiyaki sauce sizzling on a huge teppan! It’s no wonder why.

What is Hiroshima Okonomiyaki?

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese iconic street food, savoury pancake. I have shared my Osaka style okonomiyaki recipe already. Each region of Japan has a specific style of Okonomiyaki, and Hiroshima is famous for its unique style. It is unique because of the thinly fried egg, and thin okonomiyaki kind of sandwich ingredients including yakisoba noodle.

Hiroshima Okonomiyaki Anatomy

You will not believe the number of ingredients in one okonomiyaki savoury pancake. Hiroshima Okonomiyaki consists of shredded cabbage, tempura crisps, scallions, bean sprouts, pork, yakisoba noodle, fried egg, okonomiyaki sauce and seaweed flake. Tempura crisps are a byproduct of Tempura.

Useful Tools and Kitchen gadgets Flippers

All right, so by now you may have been wondering how to cook and flip it? Is even flipping required, and is it possible to flip all of the ingredients at once? Yes, with special flippers. I bought these two flippers while I was in Japan. You could use TWO Large pancake flipper

s though.

Hot Plate

I bought an electric cooking plate that Japanese people call “Hot Plate”. I got Tiger hot plate

in Japan also, and brought it back to Australia. So now I have to use an electricity transformer due to different electricity. However, it is very useful to make Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki and Japanese style BBQ. It was worth it for me.

The Hot plate is particularly useful for making Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki. This is because you need to cook the Okonomiyaki batter, and quickly pile up ingredient after ingredient. At same time, the noodles need to be cooked. And while the Noodles and other ingredients are being steam cooked, the egg needs to be cooked beside.

Tips to make Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki at home

1. Cabbage – slice thinly 1-2 mm(0.04-0.08inch) thick. Japanese call this cut “Sengiri”  This cut is also used for the cabbage accompanying Tonkatsu as I explained in this post.  This is because the cabbage is going to be steamed in the pile of other ingredients.

2. Okonomiyaki Batter – is a thin batter. When you pour the batter onto the hot plate, quickly spread it with bottom of ladle. Because it is thin, then you need to quickly pile up the ingredients. Pile the cabbage, Tempura crisps, scallions, bean sprouts and pork before the batter is cooked and dry.

3 Flipping all together –  This is not easy for first timers to be honest. But don’t give up.  Drizzle a little bit of butter over the bean sprouts before you top with pork. It will work like a glue. Make sure you use TWO flippers.  Then finally  flip towards you with the two flippers. Don’t hesitate! Do it in one quick movement.

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Traveling to Hiroshima? Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a must-try dish there, so here is a list of the most popular places to eat Hiroshima Okonomiyaki in Hiroshima..
From: trip101.com

When we think about Hiroshima, food is not something that comes to our minds, however, to your surprise, one of the most distinguishing facets of this city is its cuisine. Of all the local delicacies, Okonomiyaki is widely appreciated, and it is also known as Hiroshima’s soul food. Among the two variants of this delicacy are Osaka, and Hiroshima – in the latter one, the ingredients are not mixed, but they are meticulously arranged in layers, then fried and finally served with different sauces and mayonnaise. There are several restaurants that add noodles on top of this dish to make it more appetizing. Despite being an elaborate preparation process, it is also loved for being very pocket-friendly. Check out our list, below, of the best places to eat Hiroshima Okonomiyaki in Hiroshima.

2. Hassei

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A fulfilling meal, delicious drinks to accompany it and a lively atmosphere to enjoy the meal – Hassei assures you of a wholesome experience. That this cozy restaurant is enormously favorite is evident from the signatures of the celebrities and other happy customers, which adorn the walls. It is specifically popular for being a specialist in okonomiyaki. They also have gluten-free options. Sit yourself at the counter and watch the food being crafted. The staff is very swift and they make sure you receive your order quickly. Also, the generous food portions ensure that you leave with a smile on your face. Although it’s located a little off the street, it’s worth a visit.

Hassei

Address: 17 4, Fujimicho, Naka-ku Hiroshima, Hiroshima, 730-0043, Japan

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 11:30am - 2pm, 5:30pm - 11pm (closed on Mon)

5. Hassho

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It is believed that the use of double-yolked eggs in this local eatery can bring you good luck! Placed just 10 minutes away from Kanayamacho Station, Hassho surely knows how to treat your taste buds. Owing to its exceptional flavor, this eatery was showcased in the Michelin Guide in 2018. Among the many mouthwatering choices, okonomiyaki-soba nikutama is a phenomenal dish that you must not miss. It is really impressive to see the way the cooks prepare okonomiyaki and then serve you with love. Also, it is a struggle to finish the dish as the portions are massive. Not only will you like the setting, but the staff is also extremely efficient and they ensure that your order reaches you quickly.

Hassho

Address: 10-6 Yagenbori, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0027, Japan

Opening hours: Tue - Sat: 4pm - 10:30pm; Sun: 4pm - 9pm (closed on Mon)

6. Hiroshima No Kaze Heiwakoenmae

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Relax in this okonomiyaki-specialty restaurant that is blessed with a mood to make any of your meals enjoyable. Request a table close to the kitchen to watch the chefs skillfully preparing the okonomiyaki before serving it to you on a hotplate. Also, the chefs ask for your choice of add ons to make it more mouth-watering or you can leave it to the chefs’ expertise. Undoubtedly, the outcome will blow your mind. The most recommended ones are the pork okonomiyaki, a Hiroshima special that has oysters. Amazing food, particularly the okonomiyaki, quick service, generous serving, friendly staff to look after you is what Hiroshima No Kaze Heiwakoenmae is about.

Hiroshima No Kaze Heiwakoenmae

Address: 1-7-20 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0051 Hiroshima Prefecture

Website: Hiroshima No Kaze Heiwakoenmae

Opening hours: Mon, Tue, Thu - Sun: 11am - 10pm (closed on Wed)

7. Okonomiyaki Hiroshima Oyster Tsukemen

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Relish the exquisite okonomiyaki at this restaurant that’s not so difficult to find, just minutes away from the Peace Dome. With simple and brightly lit interiors, there is enough seating available here. Cooked by certified okonomiyaki chefs, the okonomiyaki served here is so scrumptious that you might not want to share it! Try the dish with shrimp topped with egg yolk, green onions, and melted cheese. Also, you will find the layer of noodles to be very unique, tasty, and perfectly cooked. Furthermore, they can also tailor the preparation to sync with your dietary needs. The staff members are very welcoming and they ensure swift service. Overall, this restaurant has all the features that will win your heart.

Okonomiyaki Hiroshima Oyster Tsukemen

Address: Japan, 〒730-0051 Hiroshima, Naka Ward, Otemachi, 1 Chome−7−20

8. Okonomiyaki Yakeppachi

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Get acquainted with this iconic Japanese delicacy at this fantastic restaurant that’s loved by locals. Once you enter, you will meet a lot of cheerful locals, and the peaceful setting of this place makes it even more comforting. The menu is very extensive; particularly, the okonomiyaki here is so remarkable, and they serve vegan as well as vegetarian options. The dish so filling and the texture is so crispy, it is highly likely that you will come back for more. Using the freshest ingredients and their skills, the chefs cook your order right in front of you. The soba okonomiyaki with cheese is unmissable, along with other toppings, and you can combine it with their beef curry.

Okonomiyaki Yakeppachi

Address: 15-3 Higashihakushimacho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0004, Japan

Opening hours: Mon, Wed - Fri: 11:30am - 1:30pm & 5:30pm - 11pm; Sat - Sun: 5:30pm - 11pm (closed on Tue)

10. Hazeya

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Found near the Peace Memorial Museum, Hazeya is another restaurant that promises an extremely memorable experience for foodies. The delectable okonomiyaki served here truly sets the bar high. Okonomiyaki with shrimp, or with squid, or soba pork okonomiyaki with cheese and green onions – each one of these is crisp, has balanced flavors, and is exceedingly finger-licking good. You will find the staff members very amicable and knowledgeable about the preparations. Hazeya has a brightly lit interior, delightful ambiance, and food that will most certainly please your palates.

Hazeya

Address: 3 Chome-3-17 Otemachi, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0051, Japan

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11am - 2pm & 5pm - 9pm (closed on Sun)

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Is Hiroshima the true home of okonomiyaki? - BBC Travel

Apr 13, 2020 · Okonomiyaki is popular all over Japan, particularly in the Kansai region, which includes Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe, and in Hiroshima, some …Okonomiyaki's popularity first began to soar in the A-bomb aftermath, when food was scarce and people had to feed their families with whatever they had at hand..
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Our Japanese was still rudimentary, so we just said “hai” (yes) and “onegaishimasu” (please, or thank you) to everything she said, and hoped for the best. She doled out two ladlefuls of batter onto the hotplate, and spread them out into two big circles, side by side. She then put a Fuji-sized mountain of cabbage on top, followed by a good handful of bean sprouts and some thin rashers of pork. Next, while the vegetables steamed away, she placed two great tangles of ramen noodles alongside.

After a few minutes, she deftly flipped the pancakes over, placing each one on top of a pile of noodles. It was culinary performance art; an edible sculpture taking shape before our eyes.

It looked and smelled delicious. But she hadn’t finished yet. Cracking two eggs onto the grill, she spread each one out into a circle the same size as the pancake. Finally, she placed the pancake on top of the egg, then decorated the entire mound with a generous sprinkling of chopped green onions, dried bonito flakes and nori seaweed. Handing us a couple of bottles of sauce – one mayonnaise and the other a heavenly smelling brown sauce – she gestured us to dig in with a hearty “itadakimasu!” (bon appetit).

We drizzled the sauces on top, and ate directly off the hotplate, using a metal spatula. And, just as we’d fantasized, it was hot, delicious, filling and cheap.


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Lopez Okonomiyaki | Get Hiroshima

Jun 04, 2013 · Originally, Lopez trained under Hiroshima’s most famous okonomiyaki master, Hassho , and has for many years since delighted customers with some of the best Hiroshima style okonomiyaki this city can offer. Since those humble beginnings, he has taken on the role of master by training other budding okonomiyaki chefs.Fernando Lopez cooks up some of the best okonomiyaki in Hiroshima. Don't let his Guatemalan roots fool you, his okonomiyaki is the real deal..
From: gethiroshima.com

Once you eat at Lopez, you will know what really good okonomiyaki tastes like. [日本語]

Lopez, a long-time ex-pat resident of Hiroshima, has been running this popular shop alongside his wife in the heart of Yokogawa for many years.

Originally, Lopez trained under Hiroshima’s most famous okonomiyaki master, Hassho , and has for many years since delighted customers with some of the best Hiroshima style okonomiyaki this city can offer.

Since those humble beginnings, he has taken on the role of master by training other budding okonomiyaki chefs. Once they have learned the proper skills, many have then continued on independently to open their own shops.

The standard okonomiyaki dish (soba noodles, bacon, batter and vegetables covered in sauce) is probably the most popular with customers. It is worth trying out the Lopez original crepe creation by ordering it with the additional topping of jalapeno peppers. There are also a couple of side dishes available at this shop from Guatemala.

Lopez, his wife and friendly staff work alongside each other taking orders and cooking the okonomiyaki and teppanyaki side dishes on the hot grill in front of the customers. All the seating at this shop is along the grill, but you can ask for a plate to eat off of if it is too hot for you. Add a cold draft beer in a chilled glass and you have the perfect meal combination.

Lopez is very friendly with all the customers and easily changes his banter from Japanese to English if the clientele is similarly diverse. It’s very impressive. Also, as a proud father himself, this shop is very child friendly and they are friendly and welcoming to little ones. They will offer you kids cutlery, cups and plates if you come with kids.

If you arrive and all the counter seats are full, sit in one of the seats behind and they will ask you how many people in your party. When spots open up, they will offer you a space at the grill where you can order your dinner. Not all the people in this waiting area will move to eat at the grill, as this is also a popular place to order take-out. There is 1 parking spot in front and 100 yen parking lots nearby. To get there: walk a few blocks from Yokogawa station to find Lopez off to the left, on a side street right off the main street (turn at the motorcycle shop).

Opening hours:
Lunch 11:30-14:00 Tuesday and Friday only
Dinner 16:30-23:00 Monday-Friday

Closed: Saturday and Sunday

Address: 1-7-13, Kusunoki-cho, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima-shi
Tel: 082-232-5277


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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki (Best of Japanese Soul Food)

Aug 16, 2020 · It’s a savoury Japanese pancake and comes mostly from the Hiroshima and the Osaka regions, although is available across Japan. The name okonomiyaki basically means “as you like it on the grill”, and it is a very popular street food dish and also inside big food courts.A look at the Hiroshima okonomiyaki, described as Japanese soul food it's one of the best things you can eat in Japan. See how it's made here..
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Want to know about some of the best okonomiyaki in Japan? I would remember well the Hiroshima okonomiyaki after visiting the city. 

This is what it’s all about.

It’s a savoury Japanese pancake and comes mostly from the Hiroshima and the Osaka regions, although is available across Japan.

The name okonomiyaki basically means “as you like it on the grill”, and it is a very popular street food dish and also inside big food courts.

It’s regarded as a Japanese soul food and is delicious.

Hiroshima Okonomiyaki

The first thing you need to know is that there are many different varieties of okonomiyaki out there. I visited a famous okonomiyaki building in Hiroshima called okonomimura that has three floors of around 25 different eateries.

Each of those eateries specialise in their own version.

You sit around a large grill with other customers and place your order of what you want (or in my case just pointing to the persons food next to me as I couldn’t read the menu), and then watch them cook it up from scratch.

The chefs are masters at their trade, cooking many dishes at a time.

They start with frying up noodles, cabbage and some batter, which are then layered on top of each other.

Next they add some pork and vegetables, or other toppings if you want, such as squid and octopus.

At this point they are left for a while for all the ingredients to cook together, before some eggs are fried up and placed on top.

Now a layer of sweet tasty sauce is spread over it all (kind of soy tasting but sweeter)

Then some final touches, and you have the scrumptious finished dish, ready to be devoured.

Part of the fun with this whole eating experience isn’t just the sitting around watching the whole process, but also the social ambience that goes along with it.

You get to eat it on the grill with a small metal spatula.

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  Hiroshima Okonomiyaki!

The Japanese and foreigners alike love this dish (although I can’t speak for everyone of course).

After I first ate it I would always perk up when it was mentioned by someone else as a possible dinner.

If you ever make it to Japan someday, which I hope you will, then remember to try this food.

If you are lucky enough there may be an okonomiyaki restaurant near you.

This is my post about a day trip from Osaka to Hiroshima that will show you what to do in Hiroshima and nearby Miyajima Island.

If you like Japanese food check out my post on 10 traditional Japanese foods you should to try.

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Hiroshima okonomiyaki is distinguished from other regional styles by its thin batter base, upon which ingredients are built up in layers rather than mixed together. Meat, seafood, egg, noodles, and vegetables are key ingredients, and the cabbage is piled far higher than in …An official travel guide featuring tourism information of Hiroshima City, including sightseeing spots such as A-Bomb Dome and Peace Memorial Park, accommodations, events, transportation, and more..
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Okonomiyaki, literally meaning “cooked as you like,” is a savory, fried pancake-like dish popular across Japan. A large part of its appeal, besides its robust flavor, is the enjoyment of gathering in a casual restaurant to take turns cooking it atop a scorching hot teppan plate. Though the dish is also associated with the Kansai region, it is particularly beloved in Hiroshima, where its history is entwined with the city’s postwar recovery.

In Hiroshima, okonomiyaki restaurants number well over a thousand and can be found both as stand-alone shops and clustered together in locations such as Okonomimura (“Okonomiyaki Village”). This three-story establishment, which retains the atmosphere of the 1960s, consists entirely of okonomiyaki stands.

Hiroshima okonomiyaki is distinguished from other regional styles by its thin batter base, upon which ingredients are built up in layers rather than mixed together. Meat, seafood, egg, noodles, and vegetables are key ingredients, and the cabbage is piled far higher than in other types of okonomiyaki. These basic features aside, there is great freedom for diners to add whatever they like, as the name of the dish indicates.

This “free” approach to the dish derives from its origins as something eaten by Hiroshima’s citizens as they tried to rebuild their lives immediately after the war. Originally a traditional children’s snack called issen yoshoku (“one-coin Western food”), the dish was adapted and came to be eaten by people of all ages, with ingredients consisting of whatever was at hand. The dish was dubbed okonomiyaki, and soon had a special sauce concocted for it. Stalls and small restaurants serving okonomiyaki, often run by war widows, sprang up around the city and formed an important part of the recovering local economy.

Composition of a classic Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki
From the top down:
– Egg
– Noodles
– Pork belly
– Spring onions
– Bean sprouts
– Cabbage
– Batter

Shops selling Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki can be found anywhere in the city, and such shops can be found clustered together in places like Okonomi-mura, Okonomi Republic, and Okonomi Monogatari. Okonomiyaki shops can sometimes also sell grilled meat, grilled oysters, stir-fried vegetables, or oden (Japanese stew). Typical soba-niku-tama (egg, meat and soba noodle) okonomiyaki cost approximately 700 yen each. Variations such as udon-niku-tama (egg, meat and udon noodle) okonomiyaki are also common, and toppings such as cheese, oysters, and mochi rice cake are also available.


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Okonomiyaki - Hiroshima Style vs Osaka Style - Join the Kellys

Dec 29, 2018 · Osaka. Osaka-style okonomiyaki is the most common style in Japan, and its ingredients are chopped up and mixed together, then grilled all at once. The ingredients are basically the same, but you can find an incredible variety, from the very basic to versions filled with squid, shellfish, and noodles!Okonomiyaki is a delicious, savory pancake that is stuffed full of belly-filling and soul-satisfying ingredients! Out of two distinct styles, which is best?.
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Okonomiyaki is a delicious, savory pancake that is stuffed full of belly-filling and soul-satisfying ingredients! Out of two distinct styles, which is best?

What is Okonomiyaki?

Okonomiyaki is a type of Japanese pancake, filled with ingredients like pork, cabbage, yams, eggs and more. There is a large variety with regional specialties all over the country!  

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If you break down the word, okonomi means “how you like” and yaki means “cooked”. Although it’s a popular soul food dish that they serve throughout Japan, it is most popular in Hiroshima and Osaka.

The first time I tried 0konomiyaki was in Miyajima (near Hiroshima), just a couple of weeks after moving to Japan. The restaurant wasn’t the best, and let’s just say it left me wondering how I would ever learn to eat Japanese food. It didn’t take long and I’m happy to say I have developed a love for Japanese food and often crave it!

The second time I ate okonomiyaki was on a trip to Osaka. We went to Mizuno in Dotonbori and I couldn’t believe how good it was. From then on I have loved it!

The styles Hiroshima

Calling okonomiyaki “popular” in Hiroshima is a major understatement.  There are over 2,000 shops in Hiroshima that make this famous dish, so it should be easy to find one!

Hiroshima made okonomiyaki famous; during and after World War II, normal ingredients (like rice) were hard to get, and okonomiyaki became a popular way to fill a stomach while using up whatever ingredients were around the house.

The major difference of Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki is that its ingredients are layered, but it is also taller and larger than Osaka style.  There are 10 main ingredients that make up okonomiyaki. The base is a wheat and sometimes yam batter, followed by dried bonito shavings, cabbage, tenkasu (tempura scraps), green onions, bean sprouts, sliced pork belly, noodles, egg, sauce and aonori (dried green seaweed).

Condiments – including Japanese mayonnaise and authentic okonomiyaki sauce made from Worcestershire sauce and dates – are often on the table for you to use at your discretion. This is my favorite part because I love Japanese mayonnaise!

Hiroshima Food Tour

Do you want to know the best places to get something to eat and drink in Hiroshima?  Magical Trips offer guided nightlife tours! They bring you to top restaurants and bars and guide you through the menus like a pro.  Have a local show you around for the most authentic night out Hiroshima has to offer!

Osaka

Osaka-style okonomiyaki is the most common style in Japan, and its ingredients are chopped up and mixed together, then grilled all at once.  The ingredients are basically the same, but you can find an incredible variety, from the very basic to versions filled with squid, shellfish, and noodles! They prepare it on a large grill, some restaurants will have you grill it yourself!

Osaka is believed to be where okonomiyaki originated, and that gives some authority to their declaration that Osaka-style is the best…but how can you decide without trying them first?

The restaurants 

Our favorite restaurants always have lines out the doors and long waits! It’s best to go when it’s not peak dinner or lunch time, but it is worth it even if you have to wait.  Don’t settle for average okonomiyaki when you it can be amazing!

Nagata-ya in Hiroshima has delicious food backed up by a fun, homey, 1960’s ambiance.  You can sit at the massive grill where they make all of the food, or take a booth.  Booth tables have teppan grills built into them, keeping the food hot when it’s brought out to you. Nagata-ya received 4.5 stars out of 924 reviews from tripadvisor.com!

Nagata-ya is very close to the Hiroshima Peace Park, and eating a World War II favorite food will add even more depth to the special experience of visiting the area.

Mizuno in Osaka is in the wonderful Dotonbori district.  The area is vibrantly lit by neon lights, and Mizuno’s subdued modern exterior would be easy to miss if it weren’t for the line stretching out the front door!  

Mizuno has received 4 stars out of 439 reviews from tripadvisor.com, and they have been mentioned numerous times in the Michelin Guide “Bib Gourmand” list that highlights excellent cuisine with a maximum price of ~$50.00. Most dishes at Mizuno are less than $15!

My vote for favorite style of okonomiyaki is Hiroshima style. Matt’s vote is Osaka style, but now you need to try them both, too!

Have you tried okonomiyaki? Was it Hiroshima style or Osaka style? Let us know your favorite!

Plan your trip

These are our two favorite okonomiyaki restaurants!


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Beyond the Bomb: Hiroshima’s Beloved Okonomiyaki Pancake

Aug 04, 2015 · The first use of the word okonomiyaki came from Osaka, but Hiroshima’s style was popularized after the atomic bombing, when food was scarce. People used the few ingredients they had—vegetables ...The hot summer air is thick, even after the sun has set. Every night, the streets of Hiroshima crawl ….
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The hot summer air is thick, even after the sun has set. Every night, the streets of Hiroshima crawl with men and women released from a long day’s work, craving their favorite dish. The enticing scent of a grill fills the air, and  the flavor adventure is about to begin, if you can find a seat at one of the popular eateries here.

When you hear the word Hiroshima, chances are that food isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. In a town shadowed by its atomic legacy for the last 70 years, most foreigners do not know that Hiroshima has another claim to fame: okonomiyaki.

Okonomiyaki is best described by its translation. It literally means “whatever you want”(okonomi), “grilled (yaki).”

I’m currently spending the first of half of my Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling grant in Hiroshima writing about nuclear issues ranging from the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombs to the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident, but not one hour after my arrival in Hiroshima, I was face first in the famous delicacy.

You can imagine that with a name like “whatever you want” okonomiyaki could be served in countless varieties. While it is true you can add your own ingredients at home, or based on a restaurant’s offerings, there are two definite styles of this cabbage and flour-based pancake; the style of Osaka and the style of Hiroshima.

A rivalry exists between the two cities that can best compare to the pizza rivalry between Chicago and New York. If you ever make it to Hiroshima or Osaka, someone will ask you, “Which style do you prefer?” The answer can be quite political, and, of course, depending on which city you’re in, there is only one right answer.

Osakans grill their pancake mixed in a batter, with cabbage, flour and eggs, pork belly on top along with anything from shrimp, octopus, mochi to cheese added in, smothered in the authentic okonomiyaki sauce made of dates and Worcester sauce and powdered with dried seaweed and bonito flakes.

But Hiroshimans grill their pancake in layers. They start with a crepe-like thin flour dough base, top it with a mountain of cabbage, grill it down, flip and top it with a cake of grilled soba noodles, also dripped with the signature sauce.

It’s difficult to pinpoint the origin of okonomiyaki. The idea of a grilled pancake goes as far back as the Buddhist ceremonies during the Edo period (1683- 1868).

The first use of the word okonomiyaki came from Osaka, but Hiroshima’s style was popularized after the atomic bombing, when food was scarce. People used the few ingredients they had—vegetables like cabbage and onions mixed with flour that came from the U.S. post-war rations—and whatever extra ingredients they could get their hands on to fill up their stomachs.

When I asked around for the best Okonomiyaki in the city, I was directed to Lopez Okonomiyaki, a staple in the Yokogawa neighborhood since 2000.

Fernando Lopez, originally from Guatemala, moved to Hiroshima 20 years ago with his wife, a Hiroshima native. They met while working in Hawaii. When he moved here, his original vision was to open a Southwestern U.S.-style grill. At a time when the Internet was new and the economic bubble burst in Japan, these ingredients were hard to come by, and this quickly proved to be an improbable venture, he tells me.

As Lopez-san tried to establish himself, he met a foreign restaurant owner on his way out. Having just closed a Mexican restaurant, he warned Lopez-san not to open up, “You’ll have to explain it to everyone who walks in the door, and people will come once or twice a month, and that will be it,” he warned. “Try okonomiyaki instead. You’ll have the opposite problem. No explaining, and you’ll have customers every night.”

Lopez-san had heard of Hiroshima’s famous Okonomiyaki village Okonomimura, but decided not to open up shop there. Everyone is required to serve the same style. It’s a food theme park, so if 300 school children come they can all split up and eat at different restaurants and get the same thing everywhere. Its great because it’s a built in customer base, and it’s the only location in the world where they have their own sauce, but Lopez-san wanted to be different.

He trained in the style of mama’s okonomiyaki—a more rustic, homemade style—instead of the typical commercial style. His chef master taught him his secrets on the condition that he open his own shop.

Lopez opened his shop and does okonomiyaki in his own style, adding a Latin flavor to his dishes. You can add jalapeno, you can order side dishes of chorizo, tortilla chips, and chili, all rarities in Japan. His process can be recreated, and while the steps are important, he insists that the magic is in the ingredients, which are the best he can get his hands on, Lopez says.

Ari Beser is a Fulbright-National Geographic digital storyteller, currently eating and living in Hiroshima. He is the author of Nuclear Family, a part-memoir, part-history book about nuclear survivors. He tweets @AriBeser.


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Okonomiyaki Recipe | Umami Recipe

7 Key Ingredients to Make Okonomiyaki Nagaimo / Yamaimo Tenkasu (tempura bits/scraps) Beni-Shoga (Red Pickled Ginger) Okonomiyaki Sauce Japanese Mayonnaise Katsuobushi (Dried Bonito Flakes) Aonori (Dried Green Seaweed)Okonomiyaki is one of Japan’s most popular soul foods, especially in the Osaka and Hiroshima prefectures where they take particular pride in their own regional variations. Okonomiyaki can be described as a savory “pancake” made from flour, eggs, cabbage, and other ingredients like pork and squid. This article breaks down all you need to know about mouthwatering okonomiyaki, including its varieties, key ingredients, and a simple recipe to try at home..
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Okonomiyaki - Wikipedia

Okonomiyaki (Japanese: お好み焼き, ()) is a Japanese savory pancake dish consisting of wheat flour batter and other ingredients (mixed, or as toppings) cooked on a teppan (flat griddle). Common additions include cabbage, meat, and seafood, and toppings include okonomiyaki sauce (made with Worcestershire sauce), aonori (dried seaweed flakes), katsuobushi (bonito flakes), ….
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Recipe Variations - Okonomiyaki World - Recipes ...

In addition to our Best Recipe for Osaka style, Hiroshima style of Okonomiyaki is also very popular. This uses the same basic ingredients as Osaka style, but instead of being all mixed together in a thick pancake, the ingredients are cooked in separate layers on top of the batter which is cooked as a thin pancake or crepe.Recipe for the unique Japanese food Okonomiyaki (Okonomi-Yaki, Japanese Pancake, Japanese Pizza) - Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki Recipe. Also buy authentic Okonomiyaki ingredients online..
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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki: The City’s Savory Soul Food and ...

Apr 09, 2018 · Hiroshima okonomiyaki has shredded cabbage, paper-thin pork belly, and sticky-sweet sauce in common with its more northerly sibling, the Osaka-or Kansai-style okonomiyaki. While you could technically get away with cooking your own Osaka-style, the Hiroshima version is a more complicated proposition.The coastal city is home to one of the world's finest comfort foods, a great big serving of crunch and umami: the Hiroshima okonomiyaki..
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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki Recipe - Japan Centre

Hiroshima okonomiyaki is made with flour, cabbage, and egg, plus yakisoba noodles for extra body. Make your own by using this easy recipe..
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Hiroshima Okonomiyaki Recipe by Tasty

Here's what you need: oil, bonito powder, cabbage, bean sprout, tempura bit, scallions, pork belly, yakisoba noodle, egg, flour, water, mirin, okonomi sauce, mayonnaise, nori flake, bonito flakes, okonomi spatula.
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Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki is a Layered Savory Pancake

Apr 13, 2006 · Hiroshima okonomiyaki includes vegetables, egg, meat, and is commonly served with a layer of noodles as well. The noodle choices are soba, which refers to yakisoba or chuka style noodles, but not to be mistaken with buckwheat soba noodles which are not used in this dish.The recipe for Hiroshima style okonomiyaki (savory pancake) differs slightly from those made in Tokyo and Kansai regions. Hiroshima okonomiyaki is layered versus scrambled..
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HIROSHIMA STYLE OKONOMIYAKI | CHINCHIKURIN – …

Supporting the Spirit of Hiroshima During the rebuilding phase of Hiroshima immediately following World War II, daily living resources were scarce supply, especially food. It was at this time a pre-war children's snack, called issenyoshoku, evolved into what is now known as okonomiyaki. It …This is HIROSHIMA STYLE OKONOMIYAKI CHINCHIKURIN Website.Hands down, this is the most popular comfort food of Hiroshima. Each layer of the okonomiyaki is perfectly grilled and carefully assembled on a searing teppan griddle. And when your nose is engulfed in the hypnotizing aroma of the Otafuku sauce as it drizzles over the edges and sizzles on the grill, it's easy to understand why this beloved dish has nourished generations of families in Hiroshima for decades!.
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Recommended by the Locals! 7 Hiroshima-Style Okonomiyaki ...

If you’re talking about okonomiyaki then it has to be in Osaka or Hiroshima. Osaka mixes ingredients into a flour batter then fries it but Hiroshima fries a.
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Okonomiyaki - Dining | Visit Hiroshima

Okonomiyaki is the most famous as Hiroshima soul food, and as for the number of the Okonomiyaki restaurants per population in each prefecture in Japan, Hiroshima prefecture ranks in the first. Okonomiyaki is cooked with superposition of cabbage, bean sprouts, pork, egg and noodles, which is soba or udon, on thin flour dough spread like crepe. This cooking method and the thick sweet sauce are different from Osaka style Okonomiyaki, which is cooked of mixing of flour dough and other ingredients. The history of Okonomiyaki seems to be more than 70 years ago, and it was almost cheap snack. After the World War 2 a lot of Okonomiyaki street stalls stood on the ground which was burned by the atomic bomb, and Okonomiyaki, which was made of a little flour dough and a few vegetables, helped Hiroshima people in the time of shortage of foods. There are more than 2000 Okonomiyaki restaurants around Hiroshima city, and Okonomi-mura Village, Hiroshima Okonomi Monogatari Ekimae Hiroba and The Republic of Okonomi “Hiroshima Village” are famous places as the all shops of the building are Okonomiyaki restaurants..
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Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki | Asian Inspirations

Mar 09, 2018 · Flip the okonomiyaki carefully to cook the meat with medium high heat until done, then reduce the heat to low. Heat oil in another frying pan and stir-fry 1 packet of noodles with 1½ tbsp of okonomiyaki sauce, while shaping them to the size of the okonomiyaki. Transfer the okonomiyaki on top of the noodles with 2 spatulas.This Hiroshima Okonomiyaki is a twist on the traditional Japanese savoury pancake as it layers ingredients including yakisoba noodles and egg..
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THE BEST Okonomiyaki & Takoyaki (Flour Dish) in Hiroshima ...

Best Okonomiyaki & Takoyaki (Flour Dish) in Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture: Find 5,432 Tripadvisor traveller reviews of THE BEST Okonomiyaki & Takoyaki (Flour Dish) and search by price, location, and more..
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Menu – HIROSHIMA STYLE OKONOMIYAKI | CHINCHIKURIN

The Hiroshima. If The Classic is the equivalent of the American hamburger, then The Hiroshimajin is the equivalent of the cheeseburger. Known as one of the most popular dishes in Hiroshima, this dish includes ikaten (A popular food of Hiroshima) inside of the okonomiyaki and is …This is HIROSHIMA STYLE OKONOMIYAKI CHINCHIKURIN Website.Hands down, this is the most popular comfort food of Hiroshima. Each layer of the okonomiyaki is perfectly grilled and carefully assembled on a searing teppan griddle. And when your nose is engulfed in the hypnotizing aroma of the Otafuku sauce as it drizzles over the edges and sizzles on the grill, it's easy to understand why this beloved dish has nourished generations of families in Hiroshima for decades!.
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Top 5 'Okonomiyaki' in Osaka & Hiroshima | All About Japan

There are many places that offer the gooey, savory Japanese pancake, 'okonomiyaki.' Osaka and Hiroshima Prefectures are the top two hotspots around the country, with two distinctly delicious styles of this supremely cravable dish!.
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Jan 13, 2022 · My part-time job is an okonomiyaki restaurant. I ate Hiroshima okonomiyaki for the first time at the entrance examination. It was very delicious. So if I passed Hiroshima University, I decided to work part-time at Okonomiyaki. Now I can make one by myself. But recently, I'd like to eat okonomiyaki without noodles for the first time in a while.     From January 8th to 10th, my high school friends came to Hiroshima. First day, we went to Miyajima. We ate grilled oysters and soft cre....
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Hiroshimayaki (Hiroshima Okonomiyaki) Recipe | Japanese ...

Mix okonomiyaki powder with 1/2 cup water. Stir, then add an 1 tbsp of water. Immediately heap half the cabbage on top, add half the pork, then drizzle half of the okonomiyaki powder mix on top. Flip and move to the side. Add one package of yakisoba next to the okonomiyaki with some water to make it separate, then cook three minutes.Quick and easy collection of Japanese recipes.
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Daytrip daripada Fukuoka ke Hiroshima menggunakan Shinkansen dan kami dapat menikmati Halal Okonomiya di sana...
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Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki - Hiroshima City, Hiroshima ...

Mar 13, 2012 · All Hiroshima okonomiyaki starts with the basic niku-tama, consisting of pork, eggs, cabbage layered between two thin crepes. You first choose which kind of noodles to add - thin Chinese-style yellow soba noodles or thicker white udon noodles. State your preference by asking for " niku-tama-soba " or " niku-tama-udon ".You haven't done Hiroshima if you haven't done Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki! Pull up a seat at the hotplate, watch the show and chow down on Hiroshima's "soul food"..
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We had read about this place - several floors of little stalls, all selling their own variation on the Hiroshima okonomiyaki - so decided to give it a try! Going up in the lift, w.
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