Friday, August 26, 2011

Rice wrapped in meat

A stick of rice wrapped in pork. Delightful!

Nankotsu

Deep fried chicken cartilage. Lovely!

Banded blue sprat

I have never heard of this fish before but this is what my translator translates it as. It was thinner than usual sashimi but was still nice and light. In Japanese, it is kibinago.

Deep-fried baby soy beans

Deep-fried baby soy beans is the best translation for this dish. The shell is similar to that of gyoza, a kind of dumpling previously featured. Lovely!

Horseradish salad

Horseradish, potato and baby sardine salad. Nice and light.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit is popular in Okinawa, the island chain to the south-west of Japan. The flesh is often white but in this case it is purple. A refreshing start to the day at breakfast!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Okinawa Soba

A bowl of Okinawa soki soba with a bowl of takikomi rice. It was perfect after a hard day's snorkelling.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Hot winter melon

Homemade hot winter melon. This is togan in Japanese.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Scallop

The most expensive dish per mouthful at 480 yen for two mouthfuls but pretty interesting to cook it at the table.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Chicken with egg and leeks

An interesting dish. Not quite sure how they cooked the eggs due to the thickness of the dish. It's possible they used a blowtorch-like instrument. But I am no cooking expert. I just eat.

Mackerel

Cooked to perfection. It melted in my mouth.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Chicken heart

Sticks of chicken hearts, cooked to perfection.

Umibudo - Green Caviar

This dish comes with a small bowl of sauce to dip the strands in. An interesting taste. Pretty good.