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Yashutaku Description

Yashutaku is a hidden gem located in Hiroshima, Japan, specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine. This restaurant stands out from the crowd with its unique and authentic dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. The interior of Yashutaku is beautifully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for diners.

One of the standout features of Yashutaku is its commitment to using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. The skilled chefs at this restaurant take great pride in their craft, carefully preparing each dish to perfection. From sashimi to tempura, every bite is a true delight.

When it comes to the menu, Yashutaku offers a wide range of options to suit every palate. Whether you're a fan of sushi or prefer grilled dishes, there is something for everyone here. Don't miss the opportunity to try their signature dish, the Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, a savory pancake filled with various ingredients and topped with a special sauce.

If you're looking for an authentic Japanese dining experience in Hiroshima, Yashutaku is the place to be. With its delicious cuisine, welcoming ambiance, and attention to detail, this restaurant is sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

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Yashutaku Overview


2-chōme-1-11 Sakaimachi, Naka Ward, Hiroshima 730-0853


+81 (0) 82-961-6330


1 minute walk from Dobashi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Private Dining Room


Yashutaku Reviews

Yashutaku Google Average Rating



My evening in this restaurant was clearly a highlight during my time in Japan. You can chose between two options both including a variety of amazing dishes. I chose the more expensive course (approximately 50 Euros) expecting that I would experience the best program and I was not disappointed. Each dish revealed new great taste, some ingredients which I have never tasted before in my whole life. Please have a look at the pictures yourself, you will see the creativity and beauty that the chef puts into his work. For foreign guests: Takuji can speak English, so a good experience is guaranteed! I wish I could come here more often, but unfortunately I live in Germany and not Japan.


A Japanese restaurant that I was interested in.
I didn't go there because I felt like I wasn't getting enough time, but since they were always ordering takeout, I decided to check out the atmosphere of the restaurant.

It feels really good. The warm interior design makes you feel like you've entered a modern Japanese cafe.
The owner was also a refreshing person, rather than the unapproachable craftsmanship that I had imagined.

I received a boar sansho keema curry bento and a Jigozen fried oyster bento.
When I first took a bite of the keema curry, I couldn't resist the wild flavor of the meat, which had a strong kick of Japanese pepper, but then I started to feel the sweetness of the vegetables (maybe tomatoes), and I guess this is what it means to have a deep, nutritious taste.
I was also surprised at how delicious the fried oysters were.
Each oyster is large and has a crispy batter and is soft. The elegant flavor spreads throughout your mouth.

I don't think it's worth talking about the limited takeout menu, but I would like to recommend this opportunity to those who feel similarly difficult to enter.


A Japanese restaurant with a great atmosphere. Lunch takeout is also available during the state of emergency.

This time, I took home the wild boar pepper keema curry for lunch. The Japanese pepper-scented curry was fragrant and delicious, and the side dishes of vegetables were also delicious. Is it yacon that was in the lotus root kinpira? ?

The owner is very nice and the shop is nice.

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