Half an-hour drive away from Camp Schwab, Matayoshi Coffee Farm offers cherry-picking tours where you can experience harvesting coffee cherries, washing and drying coffee beans, and roasting for a freshly brewed cup of joe.
One step inside Mame Pore Pore, and customers are greeted with the ever-inviting aroma that only freshly roasted coffee beans exude.
It’s a place where customers won’t find every-day coffee, because every bean is special here.
Sunroom Café and Sweets is quietly nestled away on the 81. But that solitude, accompanied by its fresh bakery and delicious coffee, makes the quaint shop one of my top choices for food, drink, and peace.
American foodies often plan their restaurant outings around those owned by hip, young chefs or eateries with high praise on Yelp. But in Japan, the hottest trend is dining out at restaurants and cafes where both the meal and the decor is “instabae.”
This cold noodle salad is quick, light, and won’t have you spending more than five minutes in front of a stove. The prep work is easy and the final dish comes together quickly. Boiling the noodles and a quick sear are the only things that will tear you away from your other summer duties.
You may have heard and even sampled Okinawa’s signature so-called soul food, taco rice – south-of-the-boarder-seasoned ground beef atop rice with shredded cheese, lettuce and tomato. But, what about its cousin, “omu-taco rice”?