bad quality, bad cooking, expensive and also they charge 1200 yen for the music without warning you.
The food was good - typical Okinawan dishes such as Goya chanpuru, Shima tofu, fried Mozuku seaweed, etc. what makes this place special is the live performances of Sanshin, traditional Okinawa three-stringed instrument by one of the restaurant owner's sons. He would be serving the...More
Enjoyed local music and food for decent price with family from young to old had a great time listening to Okinawa music!!