A food lover’s guide to Okinawa

In the culinary lexicon of Japanese food, if kansai-ryori(kansai cuisine) is a different dialect, then Okinawan cuisine is in a different language. Reflecting its geographic and historical isolation – Naha is closer both geographically and culturally to Taipei than Tokyo (…), the southern island still have a strong sense of being caught between the two behemoth cultures of China and Japan. Continua a leggere “A food lover’s guide to Okinawa”