Hunt for savory Okinawan food
Introducing a variety of dishes from traditional cuisine to everyday ramen noodles. You are going to want to try Okinawan seafood, Agu pork, and beef dishes. Try whichever ones you want, or try them all!
Okinawan Cuisine and Noodles SHIMAJIKAN
Okinawan dishes cooked with local seasonal vegetables and ingredients. The “Rafute” (slow-cooked Okinawan pork), which is cooked for many hours, is superb.
Okinawan style slow-cooked pork just melts in your mouth
Ryuu-mi Shabu-shabu cooked on Shichirin (portable clay stove) Kumojiten
The best way to appreciate tasty and healthy Yanbaru Agu Pork is shabu-shabu , which brings out the meat’s flavor to a maximum.
Enjoy the exquisite flavor of marbled meat, enhanced by lightly cooking in fish broth.
Okinawa Cuisine CHINUMAN， Kokusai Dori Makishi Store
You can enjoy fresh local fish, caught daily, from competitive trading fish markets on the island. The “sashimi” (raw fish) platter provides you with fresh tastes of every season.
Relish the taste of colorful locally caught fish of Okinawa
GANAHA YAKINIKU-TEN Pork Offal Grill
This butcher-owned restaurant has very fresh, top-quality pork and locally sourced wagyu (Japanese marbled beef) at reasonable prices. You will be pleased with the taste and price of “Agu pork and wagyu platter” .
Very fresh grilled offal containing a lot of collagen!
Teppanyaki and Steak RYU
The “Teppanyaki Steak” of locally sourced wagyu, cooked right in front of you, satisfies all your senses with its fine taste.
Try the carefully selected kuroge wagyu steak, local fish, and vegetables all prepared teppanyaki style
Sea Grapes (Caulerpa lentillifera)
GANSO UMIBUDO Okinawan Restaurant
The crispy texture is wonderful! Abundant sea grapes from Onna Village on a bowl of rice: “Sea grapes bowl”
Taste plenty of sea grapes, superbly combined with sea urchin, salmon roe, and Japanese yams!
Okinawan Dining UMINOIE
“Butter sauté local fish” is a dish that brings out the maximum flavor of fresh fish with the appetizing aroma of butter
Butter sauté an entire locally-caught fish!
Deep-fried Pork Cutlet
SHIMABUTA-YA Okinawan Pork Cutlet Restaurant
Deep-fried roast-cut “Yanbaru Agu pork” is coated with handmade breadcrumbs, baked using natural yeast, and deep-fried in Agu pork fat, all of which create a very special taste.
Crispy breading and juicy marbled pork make for an exquisite deep-fried pork cutlet!
Ramen KORYU,Naha Matsuyama
Tonkotsu (pork bone) soup is their specialty! The most popular dish on the menu is “build-your-own ramen,” allowing you to choose your own particular firmness of noodles, richness of soup, and 4 out of 8 kinds of toppings.
Kaedama (ordering another serving of noodles only) is also available! Authentic tonkotsu ramen with rich soup
HIKO Eel Restaurant, Okinawa Omoromachi
Using Okinawan or Japanese eel with our special original sauce, the “Grilled eel and rice in a lacquered box” provides a rich taste. The sauce, eel, and rice all go perfectly together.
The appetizing aroma of grilled eel with our special sauce is outstanding!