Miyabi Chaya Nakamoto Japanese Tea and Confection Miyabi / Chaya / Nakamoto / eisa / dorayaki /
Enjoy exquisite traditional Japanese treats in a traditional Okinawan house!
The owners of Miyabi Chaya Nakamoto opened their shop in May 2010 with the dream of spreading the “ohagi” culture in Okinawa. Ohagi is a Japanese treat made by coating a ball of rice in either azuki (sweet bean paste), kinako (soy flour), or sesame.
The ohagi at Miyabi Chaya are prepared using beans from Hokkaido and made on order, allowing you to enjoy the exceptional flavors of the treat, and making them highly popular among customers. In addition, they have “dorayaki” branded with four of Okinawa City’s eisa mascots, making it a treat unique to the city (these are limited to take-out orders). The confection is made with soymilk, resulting in a fluffly texture that makes the perfect complement to the sweet bean paste filled inside.
How about relaxing in a cozy old-fashioned Okinawan house that was built over 50 years ago, and indulging in some real Japanese treats?
You can also make ohagi and dorayaki orders to-go over the phone.
Come during lunchtime (11:00-14:30) for bargain prices.
|Location||3-22-15 Moromizato, Okinawa-shi|
Closed: SUN, MON & TUE
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