We conducted a large eddy simulation (LES) of cavitating turbulent flow around a Clark-Y11.7% hydrofoil at an angle of attack of 8 deg. We focused on the improvement of the reproducibility of hydrofoil performance under cavitating conditions when considering the unsteadiness of the flow field sufficiently by LES. A homogeneous cavitation model was adopted. The subgrid-scale model for LES was the one-equation dynamic model. The unsteady phenomena such as cavity oscillation and cloud cavity shedding accompanied by the reentrant jet were simulated. Large-scale spanwise vortices were also captured, which occurred intermittently from the onset of the sheet cavity. Then, the flow inside the sheet cavity was de-accelerated and the streamlines went around the sheet cavity. Streamline curvature formed a separation bubble behind the sheet cavity accompanied by a low-pressure region. Thus, the sheet cavity length was sufficient and the reproducibility of the pressure distribution around the hydrofoil and lift coefficient were improved.