Ten to Ten, Naha, Okinawa

I found Ten to Ten or in Japanese てん to てん on the very popular Tabelog website where it earned the first place in the lunch/café section for the year 2013.  Tabelog is a very popular site in Japan and when you make it to first place, you can expect a horde of foodies to come … Continue reading “Ten to Ten, Naha, Okinawa”

I found Ten to Ten or in Japanese てん to てん on the very popular Tabelog website where it earned the first place in the lunch/café section for the year 2013.  Tabelog is a very popular site in Japan and when you make it to first place, you can expect a horde of foodies to come down to your place.

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Habu Shokudou in Naha, Okinawa

We braved the wind and the rain to get to Habu Shokudou which is located right inside to the main gate of Naha harbour. This place is not on the regular tourist trail, but make the hike, you won’t regret it.  I also suggest you go there on an empty stomach, you might even consider … Continue reading “Habu Shokudou in Naha, Okinawa”

We braved the wind and the rain to get to Habu Shokudou which is located right inside to the main gate of Naha harbour. This place is not on the regular tourist trail, but make the hike, you won’t regret it.  I also suggest you go there on an empty stomach, you might even consider skipping a couple of meals before you visit Habu Shokudou.  You will see why really soon.

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Mikasa: Real Okinawa Food on the Cheap

Kokusai Dori in the city of Naha might be one of the biggest tourist trap I have seen in Japan, so where does one go to eat authentic Okinawa food in Naha? While I was drinking a beer at Helios Brewery, my wife found a place in her Japanese guide book that described Mikasa restaurant … Continue reading “Mikasa: Real Okinawa Food on the Cheap”

Kokusai Dori in the city of Naha might be one of the biggest tourist trap I have seen in Japan, so where does one go to eat authentic Okinawa food in Naha?

While I was drinking a beer at Helios Brewery, my wife found a place in her Japanese guide book that described Mikasa restaurant as a restaurant for the locals, so we decided to give it a try.

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