Okinawa Agu pork

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The agu pig was brought to Okinawa in the 14th century in the time of the Ryukyu Kingdom in China due to the trading activities between China and Okinawa. The rearing of the agu pig takes a longer time than …

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Extremely popular soba shop-Shuri Soba

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If you ask the locals which is the must eat restaurant, most of them will unhesitatingly tell you “Shuri soba”! This shop only serve one type of soba which probably explains why it is so good. Everyday there are queues …

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Recipe to make Okinawa Soba

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If you just can’t get enough of Okinawa Soba and thinking of making it when you are back home from your holidays in Okinawa, we have the following recipes on Okinawa soba for you: Ingredients needed Ingredients for the noodle …

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Explore Food that you keep seeing on the advertisement billboard along your drive

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1) Agu Pork Using black pig meat with lots of fat, they are often charcoal grilled or done in shabu shabu style. Try ryukyu platter -4000 yen Tora-pig’s head, tebichi (feet) Shop name- Sumihi yaki awarmori agu ryori or agu …

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