Bishu Nabe


A party dish flavored with Japanese sake, salt and pepper

Bishu Nabe

This is a simple nabe (hot pot) with chicken or pork boiled together with vegetables, Japanese sake, salt and pepper. It is called “shonabe” or “bishu nabe”. It is said that the sake brewers at breweries in Saijo area of East Hiroshima city, an area famous for its good sake, invented this hot pot in the warehouse when they were hungry.

Information provided by : Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry Labor Department Tourism Division

Local cuisine