After visiting the Memorial Museum and A-bomb Dome, we were strolling back to our hotel, and happened to pass by this place. Saw "onigiri" (Japanese rice balls" in the storefront so we walked right in. At 3 o'clock, an onigiri and tea sounded like a perfect snack, somehow fitting after an emotional afternoon at the Memorial. We were right! We ordered just two onigiris and a dango (sweets on a skewer), such a small, insignificant order, but we were still served cordially with complimentary tea! So calming. The food was delicious. They use high-quality rice here. Highly recommended.
visited here with my son and a friend. They said the Musubi location downtown is highly favored by visiting celebrities, among others. The location was lovely. Inside was a scene reminiscent of the Japanese countryside. Very peaceful and neat. Our server was very efficient and helpful to me, a non-Japanese speaking person. The dishes were excellent. So fresh and beautifully presented. One interesting thing was they do not allow smoking from 11am to 2 pm.