Yakigaki-no-Hayashi

The Japanese style tatami room where warm and natural light shines through the window.Please enjoy Miyajima's cuisine in relaxing mood.

Store information

The structure of our restaurant is called "Unagi-no-Nedoko" (Railroad Flat). This is the traditional style of house construction in Miyajima whose narrow frontage and broad interior are its distinctive qualities.

At the frontage side we prepare seats at tables. At the bottom of the restaurant, there is a tatami room for the customers with family, friends, and in a group.
However, please understand that we might not be able to usher you to the seat you desire as occasion.

Notorious feature of our restaurant: Oyster tank

At our store front, you can look at the way of cultivating oysters by a raft.

We put seed, aged one and two oysters arranged in order on display.

Zashiki

Oyster tank

The sketch map of the restaurant

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Store information

Hours
Weekdays, Sundays, and Holidays
10:30 - 17:00 (Last Order 16:30)
Saturdays
10:30 - 17:30 (Last Order 17:00)
Regular Holidays
Wednesdays
Seating capacity
A seat at tables/42
A seat at the tatami room/14
Phone number
(0829)44-0335

Externals

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Miyajima Notes

[ The unforeseen object used for oyster farming. ]
In Hiroshima, the main method for oyster farming is "Ikada-Shiki-Kasui-Hou," with which the raft built with bamboo is utilized. The larvae of oysters hatched out from seeds during summer clung to hard objects, such as rocks under the sea after the two weeks of floating.
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[ "Machiya structure" which is redolent of things of the past in Miyajima. ]
Machiya-zukuri is the type of structure in which a store and residence are combined together. The narrow frontage, broad interior and darkly colored lattice are its distinguishing features. The old houses have been built from Edo to prewar period are interspersed along the Machiya street in Miyajima.
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Japanese style caf? Hayashiya