Odashi no Kaori

Hiroshima's first specialty dashi chazuke store where you can enjoy the delicious taste of dashi. We serve on a first come first serve basis, so come by for an early lunch before we run out.

We are Hiroshima's first specialty dashi chazuke store first opened in 2016. We use as many local Hiroshima ingredients as possible, like Hiroshima beef, lemon, eel, corn, etc.
You can drop in by yourself and eat at our counter seat or you can come with a group and eat at one of our table seats.
Additionally, we serve curry and noodle dishes as well as large servings of rice.

*Translation note:
(O)chazuke: rice poured with hot water, dashi, or tea with a variety of toppings.
Dashi: Japanese soup stock made by extracting umami from kombu (kelp) or dried fish (such as bonito).


Broiled Koune Beef Dashi Chazuke800Yen (incl. tax)

We broil the koune part of Wagyu beef (a cut of fatty beef around the shoulder rib area) which lets out a nice aroma, and add green onions and kimchi (Korean salted and fermented vegetables with seasonings including garlic and chili powder).
Although this rice bowl is enjoyable as is, adding dashi gives it an extra delicious touch.

Marinated Salmon Dashi Chazuke650Yen (incl. tax)

Although it is more typical to see marinated tuna, we use salmon which we marinate in a specially made tare (thick dipping sauce) with wasabi (Japanese horseradish) sauce for more than a day.
Many people of all ages are able to enjoy this popular dish with many repeat customers.

Shrimp and Seashore Tempura Dashi Chazuke650Yen (incl. tax)

First, we combine shrimp, onion, and chikuwa tempura to make a salted tempura rice bowl, then top it with mitsuba (also known as Japanese parsley) as garnish. It tastes so good by itself that some customers forget to add dashi.

*Translation notes:
Chikuwa: tube-shaped food made from seasoned fish surimi (paste made from a variety of white fish) with salt, sugar, starch, and egg white.
Tempura: ingredient deep-fried in batter