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Doraemon Miyako Soba Noodles宮古そば どらえもん

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Doraemon Miyako Soba Noodles is located on Kokusai-dori Street, and the popular and hearty “Doraemon Soba” contains boned ribs, tebichi (pig’s feet), soki (Okinawan-style stewed pork spare ribs), and kamaboko (boiled fish paste). The boiled fish paste is produced right there on Miyako Island. The noodles are boiled to perfection, and the dried bonito-based soup complements it very well. There are many other dishes available, including Okinawan cuisine such as goya chanpuru.


Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kumoji 3-2-172F

phone 0988623525


Review of Miyakosoba Doraemon

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/09/19 Yum!
Yummy, not heavy, great aroma, and surprising as it looks really ghetto.

The meat with udon is delicious.

No English menu but just ask for the most popular "ichiban" which is at the top of the menu
Reviewed:2015/10/11 What a surprise
On the up side! Noodle was cooked just right with broth flavor just right as well. Pork was tender and not too salty. Fried chicken was excellent as well crispy on the outside and juicy inside.
Reviewed:2015/04/11 Excellent food!
You will never regret going here. I had the Doraemon Soba without the rice and Goya Champuru. IT WAS THE BEST! I also had my first Orion Beer(Okinawa beer) and it was great!!

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Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kumoji 3-2-172F [map]



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