"Yomitan-son"List

I will introduce the shop recommended in Yomitan-son, Okinawa from my local perspective. On this site, I also post other Okinawa beaches, Okinawa soba’s famous shops, recommended places etc. from the local’s eyes. Please have a look.

Tsukemen and ramen are also good! Small ramen shop in Yomitan village Shirosaki

When going out with family, it is nice to have a restaurant where you can eat both Tsukemen and ramen, right? If you eat lots of ramen with your children with different taste preferences, you can eat happily without fighting. At that time the perfect ramen shop is in Yomitan village "Menya Shirosaki". Although it is a small ramen restaurant, there are various kinds of ramen, and Tsukemen is a delicious shop.

Okinawa soba with a refined taste is good, Kinchichi soba in Yomitan village

Okinawa soba, thick and rich is delicious, but on hot days the Okinawa soba with a refined taste is also delicious. The restaurant where you can eat Okinawa soba of elegant and firm soup stock is Kinchichi soba in Yomitan village. While respecting the taste of traditional Okinawa soba, it is a restaurant that is pursuing the taste of new Okinawa soba. Even if the appetite is falling on a hot day, you can eat delicious Okinawa soba.

Delicious Okinawa soba Banzyutei in Yomitan village, firmly bonito taste, Soki, Tebichi and Sanmainiku three kind of meat

Yomitan village located just in the middle of Okinawa main island. There are many good Okinawa soba shops in Yomitan Village, which had been prosperous as an Okinawa lodging town in the past. This time, the combination of the three types of meat of Soki, Tebichi, and Sanmainiku is superb "Banzyutei" on a firm soup of bonito to introduce. Banzyutei's Okinawa soba is exquisitely matched with the refreshing bonito soup and the three kinds of meat's exquisite feeling, so you will not get tired of eating it every day.

GON, the name is a bit strange but tasty Okinawa soba restaurant

If you are running north of Okinawa's aorta, Route 58, you will find Okinawa soba restaurant with a little interesting shop name. Its name is GON. Although I was curious about it before, I did not have a chance to get in easily. Still, while I was going to the north with a little errand, I dropped in. By the way, the origin of the name is shopkeeper nickname "GON". It was a convincing store name when told.