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Shimaninjinn no kinpira (stir fried burdock and island carrot)
Shimaninjinn no kinpira (stir fried burdock and island carrot) Okinawa Local specialty Burdock and nutrient Okinawa island carrot stir fried.Cut the Okinawa born “Island carrot (type of yellow carrot grown in Okinawa)” into thin strips, add soy sauce sweet cooking rice wine, and white sesame to make a plate similar to Kinpira (stir fried burdock and carrot). Because the island car...
Hiraya-chi-
Hiraya-chi- Okinawa Local specialty Okinawan well-known emergency food called "Hiraya-chi-".Mix flour with water and chive, green onion, and tuna altogether, fry thin on a pan and roll it then paste sauce to eat. It is popular snack because it is easy to cook even there are not many ingredients at home during the typhoon hit and c...
Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup)
Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup) Okinawa Local specialty Profound world of Buta shabu (slice of pork in hot soup) Not blind tasting sake but blind tasting pork might be fun.The custom of eating all body parts of the pig enables to have variety of pork dishes in Okinawa. “Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup)” is a popular plate among the loca...
Deep fried Gurukun
Deep fried Gurukun Okinawa Local specialty Let's eat it from it's head with a big crunch.The banana fish locally known as Gurukun is a white fish with plain and light taste, and the best way to cook it is deep fry. The size of the fish is about the same as a small horse mackerel making it to easy to deep fry the entire fish deeply enoug...
Chanpuru
Chanpuru Okinawa Local specialty The most popular known Okinawan dish through out Japan."Chanpuru" means in "mixed (up)" in Okinawan dialect . The word actually describes this dish since it is stir-fried tofu and vegetables. If "go-ya" is added it's called "Go-ya chanpuru" or when "fu (gluten)" is added it's called "Fu chanpuru...
Root beer
Root beer Okinawa Local specialty Born in America and goes great with burgers.A non-alcohol soda beverage, blended with bark of timbers, roots, herbs, and spices. Common in America, but in Japan, it's mostly seen in Okinawa. Here in Okinawa, the A&W brand is the most popular! Try it out with your burger.
Duruten
Duruten Okinawa Local specialty This unbearably soft side dish is very popular in Okinawa.This dish is made by deep frying steamed Taimo kneaded with shiitake mushrooms, kamaboko (fish cake) and pork. It's texture is just like a croquette and it is often eaten with salt. Taimo's taste is similar to taro and Okinawan people lov...
Okinawan Steaks
Okinawan Steaks Okinawa Local specialty Try the hearty American style steak!.There are many restaurants that serve American style hearty and reasonable beef steaks here in Okinawa. It's because the history of Okinawa's food culture was influenced a lot by the US military during the civil administration period after World War II. You c...
Okinawan style fried Chinese noodles
Okinawan style fried Chinese noodles Okinawa Local specialty Delicious taste of soft texture flour noodle.Fried Chinese noodle created from "Okinawa soba" which is made by flour instead of buckwheat. Because of the soft and thick noodles made from flour, it's more volumous than buckwheat used fried Chinese noodle. These days, "Okinawa style fried noodle"...
Jushi
Jushi Okinawa Local specialty Okinawan seasoned rice reminds of mom's cooking.Jushi is a Okinawan style rice porridge seasoned with pork broth and lard. The "Yomogi (Japanese mugwort)", also known as "Fuchiba" in Okinawan dialect, is added to the Jushi sometime for flavor. It is cooked at home as the ordinarily meal and is e...
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