Okonomimura is a mega-mall of okonomiyaki restaurants in bustling Naka-ku: four floors of Japanese soul food, home to 25 different okonomiyaki diners.
The Hiroshima style-okonomiyaki involves a lot more engineering than the Osaka version – and is more fun to watch being made, especially when there are several on the grill at the same time.
Okonomimura got started as a group of street-food stands in the 1950s, and the current four-floor building was purpose built as a destination for locals and tourists alike. It has has been one of Japan’s most popular food theme-parks since it opened.
Many of the Okonomimura diners have vegetarian options, and all have English menus.
Shintenchi, 5−13, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture
10am - 9pm
- 342 m from Tate-machi Station Hiroden Line 1Hiroden Line 2Hiroden Line 6
- 353 m from Ebisu-cho Station Hiroden Line 1Hiroden Line 2Hiroden Line 6
- 355 m from Hatchobori Station Hiroden Line 1Hiroden Line 2Hiroden Line 6Hiroden Line 9