A wonderful place, Okinawa 4: Okinawa cuisine


  in the aquarium    

< in the aquarium >

This time, I introduce some Okinawa cuisines that I have eaten at this time travel.

I enjoyed several popular tastes, delicacies, and the atmosphere.


I ate A Tako rice at the restaurant in the aquarium in Ocean Expo Park.

It was like fried rice, and a pungent condiment of salsa was effective.  

It was nice.

A good point is to have a meal while looking at the swimming big fish.









Naha Makishi Public Market 

< Naha Makishi Public Market >

Here, there are all foods of Okinawa and popular tastes.

The foods of the pig stood out in the butcher.

For example, Rafute was braised an unhusked pork, Chiraga made of a skin from the head.


You can take ingredients purchased on the first floor and have them cooked for you on the second floor.

Fresh tropical fish and strange shrimps are lined up at stores.

You can enjoy the variegated Okinawa food easily in many restaurants on the second floor.

There are also many overseas tourists.










a bowl of rice topped with Sashimi and Umibudou(seaweeds), and Okinawa noodles  

< a bowl of rice topped with Sashimi and Umibudou(seaweeds), and Okinawa noodles


I have a lunch on the second floor.

The Umibudou that is not eaten usually was nice.





Okinawa cuisines of hotel

Okinawa cuisines of hotel


< Okinawa cuisines of hotel >

Gurukunn (a fish of Okinawa) and balsam pear are visible to the upper photo.

The Okinawa cuisines at hotel are fairly delicious.

In fact, my favorite was the pickled balsam pear that was pungently flavored.






Naha, Okinawa home cooking 

< Naha, Okinawa home cooking >

 Hanagasa restaurant in Naha city is famous in Okinawa home cooking.

It was being crowded with local people and overseas tourist.

All menus are set menu, and the price is cheap.

Although it was light taste, it was probably popular taste in Okinawa, and a secret of a long life.

In this way, for four days, I was contented to eat the Okinawa cuisines and the foods.


Next time, I will look at the culture and history of Okinawa.
















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