Tori Kara Tamago, Japanese Izakaya: Naha, Okinawa
Japanese izakayas are casual eating and drinking establishments, similar to a pub or tapas bars, where you can order a variety of small dishes of food that can be shared at the table. Izakaya’s are popular with locals and tourists alike after a long day; a nice place to unwind. You can find all types of izakayas from small family run eateries to large chains. The types of food and drinks found are diverse, ranging from sushi, yakitori (barbeque), fried food, rice and noodles, salads and regional specialties. At Tori Kara Tamago, you can enjoy their specialty chicken (karaage) and egg (tamago-yaki) dishes pared with an all you can drink menu of sake and shochu spirits.
The owner, also sake sommelier, was raised in Fukushima and stocks an abundance of unique sake from the little known sake producers of Fukushima. You can experience another part of Japan at this izakaya located in Naha, Okinawa.