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Moi (seaweed)
Moi (seaweed) Okinawa Local Ingredients Enjoy the texture of the legendary seaweeds "Moi", The Okinawan delicacy."Moi" is "Ibaranori" which is one of the delicacy that is the legendary seaweed even in Okinawa. It has crunchy texture like Wakame stem and often used in chopped fish and salad with Tuna and vegetables. Also Moi tofu is an...
Jimami (peanut tofu)
Jimami (peanut tofu) Okinawa Local Ingredients Reasonable and delicious taste, “Jimami”."Jimami" means "beans that grown in the ground", which means peanut. It is the special local product of Ie Island. From the old days in the homes of Ie Island, the canned “Jimami” were always set and eaten for appetizers, a processed food of peanut butter...
Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera Okinawa Local Ingredients King of aloe, the healthy “Aloe Vera”.The Okinawa Miyako Island’s specialty product “Aloe Vera” is one of aloe plant, and famous for its medical effect. Compared to other aloes, the feature of thick leaves make it easy to use for cooking popular aloe dishes such as soup, salad, and drinks. It is...
Mo-i (Chinese yellow cucumber)
Mo-i (Chinese yellow cucumber) Okinawa Local Ingredients The queen of cucurbit, have it raw or cooked.The Okinawan traditional summer vegetable and an ingredient from family of cucurbit. From its dry peel like shark skin, the clear white fresh fruit inside is unimaginable. The taste is similar to cucumber, but more simple and easy to eat for less pecu...
Tougan (Okinawa winter melon)
Tougan (Okinawa winter melon) Okinawa Local Ingredients Other ingredients accentuate the taste of "Winter melon", the queen of cucurbit.30cm width and 50cm long, cucurbit vegetable. Its taste is simple but soaks up other flavor and changes to an elegant flavor, often used in soups such as Miso soup and Ankake (thick sause) or Aemono (vegetables and f...
Taimo (taro)
Taimo (taro) Okinawa Local Ingredients Okinawan local ingredient Taimo (taros) is rich in nutrition and cooked for desserts.Taimo is a kind of taros grown in Okinawa, and it is used for the celebration when the time of Ryukyu Kingdom era because the aspect of how it increases the number, one after another in flooded fields conjures i...
Island Pumpkin
Island Pumpkin Okinawa Local Ingredients The pumpkin which is an essential, and also all-round ingredient to Okinawan food culture.Many people grow "Island Pumpkin" in home garden on Okinawa. It's called as "Chinkwa-" or "Nankwa-" in Okinawan dialect. The striated pumpkin like the one you see in everywhere, is called "Chinkwa-", on th...
Island Yellow Carrot
Island Yellow Carrot Okinawa Local Ingredients Children loves the sweet "Island Yellow Carrot".The heat-tolerant carrot that is only grown in Okinawa, grows thin and about 30cm to 40cm long. It is sweeter than the standard carrot and the yellowish color gives extra color to the dish. The sweetness and the color are the reasons why the Island...
Asa (sea lettuce)
Asa (sea lettuce) Okinawa Local Ingredients Bright green nutritious sea lettuce has supported Okinawan people's health.Processed as laver (edible seaweed) for dried seasoning powder, green seaweed "Aosa" grow around rocks and are called "Asa" in Okinawa language. Distinctive rich flavor makes you feel like tasting the sea of Okinawa. It i...
Karashina (mustard green)
Karashina (mustard green) Okinawa Local Ingredients Marinated "Karashina (mustard green)" is the Okinawa style Simple flavor with high nutrition."Karashina (mustard green)", also known as "Shimana (island vegetable)" in Okinawa, is one of the most common traditional vegetable in Okinawa. "Karashina", literally means mustard plant in Japanese, has...
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