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About Emi no Mise

It all started with traditional Okinawan vegetables grown in an elderly lady’s field.

Back in the day, vegetables were not something that you bought. Even if it was not a vast plot of land, if there was soil, it became a field. We planted seeds, waited patiently, and grew the vegetables carefully.

We harvested some of the vegetables each time we cooked, and delivered a fresh taste to the dining table. In our small fields, we always put our hands together and prayed to the God of the kitchen. Elderly people who continue this long-established custom as part of their daily lives can be found in the village of Ogimi in the northern part of the main island of Okinawa.

When gazing at the Okinawan vegetables that they had worked hard to nurture, the women of Emi no Mise were brimming with the feeling of rustling up something in their kitchen with their fresh vegetables. In 1990, “Emi no Mise” opened its doors with the goals of conveying and keeping intact the harmony of life in balance with the earth and sea as well as to deliver wisdom on living a better life.

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Dish

Other dishes

Goya Champuru (Okinawan Bitter Melon Stir Fry)
Stir-fried Fu (Breadlike Pieces of Dried Wheat Gluten)
Stir-fried Bamboo Shoots
Sponge Cucumber Simmered in Miso
Miso Soup
Zosui (a Porridge of Rice and Vegetables)
Rafute Don (Okinawan-style Stewed Pork Cubes Served on Top of a Bowl of Rice)
Curry
Reimen (Korean cold noodles)
Shikuwasa Mochi (Flat Lemon Flavor Pounded Rice Cake)
Karaki Mochi (Okinawan Cinnamon Flavor Pounded Rice)
Sata Andagi (Okinawan Donuts)
Tapioca Andagi
Rice Seasoned and Cooked with Various Ingredients
Hirayachi (Okinawan Pancake)
Shikuwasa Juice (Flat Lemon)
Hibiscus Tea
Fruit Tea
Coffee
Karaki Tea
Shaved Ice
Okinawa Zenzai

Hatamaido

At Hatamaido next door, you can experience making teas containing the likes of Okinawan wildflowers,
flowers, and fruits, and you can also purchase Sata Andagi (Okinawan donuts) and rice balls.
This is also a place where the local elderly community likes to gather.

Maps & Directions

By car

Approximately 87 km north from Naha Airport, about 2 hours via National Route 58. About 1.5 hours when using the expressway.
About 22 km and 30 minutes from the Nago City Hall.

By bus

It takes about 2 hours and 40 minutes from Naha Bus Terminal to Nago Bus Terminal on the 120 bus via the Nago West route, and about 1 hour and 40 minutes on highway bus 111.
It takes about 40 minutes from Nago Bus Terminal to Oganeku on the 67 bus via the Hentona route.

The time stated is a rough guide. Your traveling time may vary greatly depending on traffic conditions.

Address: 61 Oganeku, Ogimi-son, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa
Telephone & FAX: 0980-44-3220
Business hours: 9:00 to 17:00
*Meals from 11: 30 ~, Last order 16:00
Closed: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Please make a reservation by phone during our business hours.