Updated: November 07, 2018
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Where To Have Soba (Buckwheat Noodles) in Okinawa!

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Okinawa soba noodles is a local specialty, but it is more ramen than soba as we know it. If you're craving good ol' healthy soba, check out these recommendations!

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Soba and Okinawan Soba?

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Okinawa soba: Okinawa soba is probably the most famous Okinawa cuisine among Japanese people. They use noodles that are similar to Chinese noodles, and generally tonkotsu (pork) and bonito are used for soup. There are a lot of variations among each regions in Okinawa. For toppings, spear ribs or pork meat is used among with green onions.
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Soba is a dish made with varying percentages of buckwheat flour and can be served or cold with dashi (fish broth). It is a very healthy meal that can quickly be made at home too.

Shokusai Kamata(食菜 かま田)

Shokusai Kamata is a beautiful and cozy restaurant in Okinawa which makes their own homemade soba noodles. There's something really beautiful about handmade soba noodles, the precision the care with which it is prepared and even the aesthetics of it. The best part is a lot of the dishes are under 1,000 yen.

Takara (蕎麦 寶)

Takara is a very popular soba restaurant in Okinawa, understandably so since their dishes are delicious and cheap. For example, the lunch menu has a tempura soba set for 1,000 yen. It comes with 3 fried shrimps, which were fried to perfection. A must-try!

Matsudaira (松平)

The soba shop is also very popular so be prepared to queue for a little bit. They have a nice assortment where you can try many different types of soba if you can't make up your mind. The duck soba is a very good choice. The dishes are between 1,000-2,000 yen.

Finally...

If you want to try Okinawa soba, please check out the link below!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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