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Shikuwasa
Shikuwasa Okinawa Local Ingredients Its healthy fruit juice with full of Okinawan grace is perfect for dishes and drinks!!.It is a citrus fruit and native to Okinawa, which is referred to "Hiramiremon" from its sour taste. It has characteristic which has low calorie, rich vitamin and less sugar than a lemon. In addition, it conta...
Tankan
Tankan Okinawa Local Ingredients Okinawan representative fruit during winter which has a good balance of sour and sweetness."Tankan" is getting popular among people in Okinawa as the representative fruit during winter. The season for the tankan is about a month from middle of January to February. When the season comes in Februa...
Shima Rakkyo
(Chinese Onion)
Shima Rakkyo (Chinese Onion) Okinawa Local Ingredients You will be addicted to spicy Chinese Onion from the island .Chinese Onions made on Okinawa is smaller than ones from mainland Japan and has a spicy taste which is similar to green onions. The reason why it also looks similar to the green onions, is that the way it is cultivated. They both are g...
Gurukun (double-lined fusilier)
Gurukun (double-lined fusilier) Okinawa Local Ingredients Colorful Okinawa fishes are fun to watch and delicious. Enjoy it fully from head to toe.Certified as the Okinawa's prefectural fish, "Gurukun (double-lined fusilier)" is the most popular Okinawan fish . It inhabits around coastal coral reefs and reefs in a pod. When you see it underwater, the be...
Suku Tofu
Suku Tofu Okinawa Local Ingredients The tofu dish which has been popular in Okinawa from old times is the representative of good accompaniment for sake!."Suku" is a juvenile Mottled Spinefoot about 2-3cm long and called "Eguwa" in Okinawan dialect. The fishing season is from June to August and you can eat it as sashimi and fried w...
Bukubukucha (buku buku tea)
Bukubukucha (buku buku tea) Okinawa Local Ingredients Enjoy the rich bubble taste, the traditional Okinawa tea with a simple nostalgia flavor.This Okinawan tea ceramony is very rare in Japan because of the way it is made. The traditional Okinawa tea is lathered up with a tea whisk making rich bubbles that looks like white soft ice cream, and then t...
Ji-mami tofu
Ji-mami tofu Okinawa Local Ingredients "Ji-mami tofu" can be served as an appetizer, a side dish, or a snack that goes with any drink, it all depends on however you like it.One of Okinawan distinctive cuisine made by peanuts. Although it's called tofu, none of tofu's ingredients are used. The peanuts juice is squeezed, then mixed wit...
Ukon cha (Turmeric tea)
Ukon cha (Turmeric tea) Okinawa Local Ingredients Having a hepatoprotective effect!? Ukon is a must to try.This tea is made from a herb of the ginger family called "Ukon" and is known as "Turmeric" in English. One of the ingredients in the ukon is "Curcumin" and is known to have a hepatoprotective effect. The tea is mainly made from "Aki-Ukon"...
Sanpin cha (Jasmine Tea)
Sanpin cha (Jasmine Tea) Okinawa Local Ingredients One of the Jasmine teas introduced from China.The common tea here in Okinawa would not be the green tea; it would be the "Sanpin-cha". It is a type of Jasmine tea (Chinese name; 茉莉花茶; mò lì huā chá). Since Okinawan foods is little oily, the tea with fresh flavor and taste, fits any meal perf...
Goya
Goya Okinawa Local Ingredients The most well-known summer vegetables in Japan is goya! Its richness of nutrition as well.Goya (bitter melon) is also called "reishi" or "niga uri" in Japanese and is one of the essential ingredients for Okinawan local cuisine. It is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae wi...
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