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For each guest that dines at this restaurant, byFood will donate 10 meals
Location
Cuisine
Nabe / Sukiyaki / Shabu Shabu
Average cost
Lunch: ¥10,000 - ¥15,000
Dinner: ¥10,000 - ¥15,000
A traditional Japanese mingei aesthetic heightens the dining experience here at this Hiroshima kuroge wagyu shabu-shabu hotpot restaurant.

Restaurant Details

The Japanese mingei movement was born out of a desire to preserve Japanese folk art: to remind the Japanese people that in a period of rapid modernization, beauty could still be found in traditional utensils and lacquerware — the same ones that they used every day. It is this spirit of mingei that drives the restaurant Yagumo Nagarekawa. The restaurant’s plain white exterior belies the restaurant’s beautiful interior, which is full of traditional Japanese fixtures, such as noren curtains and shoji sliding doors with dark wood furniture. Mingei art, ranging from traditional ceramics and paintings, is tastefully displayed atop pedestals and hung on walls. Meanwhile, kimono-clad staff drift gracefully from room to room, showing guests to their seats and ferrying dishes to and from the kitchen. It’s a calming, restful place to spend an afternoon or evening, surrounded by history and culture. The restaurant’s signature dish may be familiar to anyone acquainted with Japanese cuisine, but it’s called something very different: while a dead ringer for shabu-shabu hotpot, it is instead called susugi-nabe at Yagumo, literally “rinsing hotpot”. In spite of being one of the first restaurants to serve shabu-shabu in the nation, when the term became trademarked, Yagumo was forced to come up with an alternative — and hence “susugi-nabe” was born, from the “rinsing” motion of swishing meat and vegetables in the soup to cook. The thin-sliced meat in Yagumo’s susugi-nabe is from the finest branded Japanese beef. These rich cuts of meat are best enjoyed with the restaurant’s signature sauce, made from a slew of secret ingredients, which are then mixed together and aged for three days to bring out the flavor.
Dining Courses
"Susugi-Nabe" Shabu-Shabu Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 14,000
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Find out where it all began. The “susugi-nabe” shabu-shabu course is the signature course at Yagumo Nagarekawa, and uses some of the finest, premium-selected kuroge wagyu black beef from all across Japan. It’s best enjoyed with the restaurant’s homemade sauce, which is made from a slew of secret ingredients, which are mixed together and aged for three days.
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Find out where it all began. The “susugi-nabe” shabu-shabu course is the signature course at Yagumo Nagarekawa, and uses some of the finest, premium-selected kuroge wagyu black beef from all across Japan. It’s best enjoyed with the restaurant’s homemade sauce, which is made from a slew of secret ingredients, which are mixed together and aged for three days.
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¥ 14,000
(Tax Incl.)
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Sukiyaki Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 14,000
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While susugi-nabe is the signature course at Yagumo Nagarekawa, the restaurant's sukiyaki options are also wildly popular with guests. As with the restaurant's susugi-nabe, the sukiyaki option at Yagumo Nagarekawa uses some of the finest, premium-selected kuroge wagyu black beef from all across Japan. As is customary for sukiyaki, it's best enjoyed dipped in raw egg.
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While susugi-nabe is the signature course at Yagumo Nagarekawa, the restaurant's sukiyaki options are also wildly popular with guests. As with the restaurant's susugi-nabe, the sukiyaki option at Yagumo Nagarekawa uses some of the finest, premium-selected kuroge wagyu black beef from all across Japan. As is customary for sukiyaki, it's best enjoyed dipped in raw egg.
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¥ 14,000
(Tax Incl.)
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Yagumo Nagarekawa Access Info

Yagumo Nagarekawa is accessible via a 3-minute walk from Ebisucho Station on the Hiroden Main Line.

Yagumo Nagarekawa Phone Number

082-243-4500

Yagumo Nagarekawa Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM
Friday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:30 PM

Yagumo Nagarekawa Address

Second Aji no Yakata Building, 1-24 Nagarekawacho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0028

Yagumo Nagarekawa Cancellation Policy

Cancel your reservation at least 2 days before the dining start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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Restaurant location

Tucked to the south of Honshu between the Chugoku Mountains and the Seto Inland Sea, the humble Hiroshima Prefecture is known for its oysters and freshwater eel, as well as local okonomiyaki and sake produced in the revitalized capital of Hiroshima.
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