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A Short Trip to Okinawa 20

Breakfast at Club House Restaurant:

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We had breakfast at the Club House Restaurant of “The Atta Terrace Golf Resort” where was next to the golf links.
This was the last food at the hotel before we checked out.

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We had breakfast of Japanese style.
There were a lot of small dishes on the tray. They were salad, Japanese pickles, Japanese omelette, boild spinach, tofu, fish, seaweed, rice and miso soup.
At the end, we finished some fruits and coffee.

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It was very good to spend a relaxed time as we watched the beautiful lawn of the golf links.

The Terrace Hotels

A Short Trip to Okinawa 19

Dinner at Fine Dining:2

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We’ve had appetizers, homemade breads, salad, seafood and field mustard pasta, aqua pazza, grilled Okinawa beef with vegetables and desserts with coffee.
We were very full of the good Okinawa foods again.

The Terrace Hotels

A Short Trip to Okinawa 18

Dinner at Fine Dining:1

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We had dinner at Fine Dining of the hotel.

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The foods of the restaurant is fused with French, Italian and Okinawa original food.
They were used Okinawa beef, seafood and the plenty of vegetables that were grown in their own garden.

The Terrace Hotels

A Short Trip to Okinawa 17

Tea break at Yachimun kissa-Shisa-en:2

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The Shisa is a traditional figure of Okinawa that is resembling a cross between a lion and a dog.
People usually placed pairs of Shisa on their rooftops or flanking the gates to their houses.
Shisa are wards, believed to protect from some evils.

Yachimun kissa-Shisa-en – Tabelog

A Short Trip to Okinawa 16

Tea break at Yachimun kissa-Shisa-en:1

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We went to “Yachimun kissa-Shisa-en” where was Okinawa cafe for dessert after the lunch.
We definitely recommend to have a seat at the 2nd floor because of the scenery of the beautiful Okinawa mountains from the unglazed windows.
Also, it is fun to see a lot of the Shisa on the roof.

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We had a very relaxed time with Okinawa original sweets, “Chinpin” was a crape with Okinawa brown sugar.
We enjoyed the natural sweetness.

Yachimun kissa-Shisa-en – Tabelog

Lunch at Ufuya

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We went to have a lunch, “Ufuya” where was an Okinawa food restaurant.
“Ufuya” is using an old folk house that was built at least 100 years ago.

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We’ve had a “Ufuya-Soba set”. We had the Okinawa noodle, mixed rice with
some ingredients, tofu and pickles.
I put a lot of “benishouga” that was red-pickled ginger into the noodle that
made a refreshing taste, and also stimulated my appetite.

Ufuya (Japanese)

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Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium:

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There is an another aquarium that you can see Manatees.
They are very lovely!! I love them so much.

Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium

A Short Trip to Okinawa 13

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Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium:

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We can recognize some whale sharks and manta rays in the tank.
I’m sure that I’ve never get tired of looking at their graceful swimming in the large tank.

Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium

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