HIROSHIMA STYLE OKONOMIYAKI
The signature dish of the Chinchikurin chain in Hiroshima. A local favorite, it does not have pork or bean sprouts. Instead, it has a ground beef mix known as “shioburiyaki,” which adds a deeper depth of flavor and texture.If you’re not sure which okonomiyaki dish to choose, order this one!
The Loaded Kaisen
If seafood were to have a party, it would be inside of this dish. Squid, shrimp, and green onions to create another popular okonomiyaki dish in Hiroshima.
The winner of “the best toppings” competition in Hiroshima, basil and cheese have become one of the most popular tovppings for Okonomiyaki.The intoxicating aroma of basil, cheese, and okonomiyaki sauce are a trio that can’t be denied…Just order it already!Monterey jack and cheddar
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 topped off with green onions.
Green onions and mayo (GOAM) is a favorite among the younger generation in Hiroshima. Green onions and Japanese mayo are perfectly torched to create a mouth-watering aroma that makes this dish highly addictive. Is it really that good? Try it and find out!
As one of the most favorite toppings (We even have a separate appetizer dish!) all of Japan, this dish is The Classic topped with sautéed shrimp and broccoli, then drizzled with Japanese mayo.
Squid lovers unite! This dish has a squid topping.
Keeping it simple and sweet! This is your standard Hiroshima style okonomiyaki (Every okonomiyaki dish on the menu has The Classic as its base) with all the basics and no fluff. Enjoy as-is or add toppings and extras to your liking.
Vegetarian options available
HIROSHIMA STYLE TSUKEMEN / TANTANMEN
Hiroshima Tsukemen (Cold Dipping Noodles)
If okonomiyaki were the hearty big brother of the Chinchikurin food family, then tsukumen would be the studious, unsuspecting younger brother with a hidden fiery side!
Hiroshima style tsukumen is a noodle dipping sauce dish. One dish is the well-to-do side that contains sliced spinach, cabbage, tomatoes, a sprinkling of alfalfa sprouts, noodles, and grilled beef that’s been marinated in Chinchikurin’s special marinade. The second dish, on the other hand, has a flavorful bonito and shoyu (Katsuojyoyu) based dipping sauce that’s topped with sesame seeds…
and a whole lot of spice!
Soupless Spicy Tan Tan Men (Soupless Spicy noodles)
Chinchikurin is bringing a whole new bowl of noodles to the table with this dish. Not to be confused with the spicy tantan ramen, the Hiroshima style TanTanMen is a soupless noodle dish that is slightly spicy and contains sansho.
This dish contains a hearty portion of noodles topped with ground pork, negi, and a sprinkle of togarashi. The special Chinchikurin mixing broth contains a variety of oil and spices, including sansho.
There is a Hiroshima custom in eating this dish. First, mix the various ingredients at least 30 times. Feel free to add additional sansho as needed to your preference, then scarf it all down! Once all the noodles are gone, add rice to the remaining mixture and enjoy the rest of remaining ingredients!