In the late afternoon yesterday, we dropped by our favorite little cake shop in Ginoza, Kino Store. They were busy making cakes and cookies for mail orders. Yes, they pack every cakes and cookies of the week, about a dozen of them, and ship to you. If you are in Okinawa, JPY3100 per pack, including freeze shipping. They are very popular with this mail order. If you want to order, send me a message and I will help you. firstname.lastname@example.org These holiday cookies are included in the mail order of the week. Their signature Lemon Cake JPY150 Black and White Cookie, JPY150 Hawaiian Coconut Mochi, JPY200. […]
Tamaya is one of the Japanese prawn farmers in Okinawa, which leads the country in its production. The restaurant serves fresh prawns in Japanese style.
In the corner of farmer’s market in Ginoza is Cream Cream. A little soft serve ice cream shop using local fresh milk with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. It’s always amazing to see the variety of people who’s fond of this little shop. From little kids to the aged. From local to visitors, international tourists. Hand-painting menu pumps them up for sure. There’s my favorite. Yogurt Sandae. JPY400. From the bottom, corn flakes, yogurt, and soft serve on top. I like this refreshing combination. She’s got the plain soft serve on the cone. I think it was JPY200. We love the soft serve here. Using fresh local […]
In the middle of sugar cane field of Ginoza village is a little cozy sweets shop. As we live in this rural village, Kino Store is a precious relief for our craving for sweets. All the ingredients are carefully selected and prepared. It’s just one of those foods that you feel the tender loving care of someone who makes them. They are mostly baked cakes and cookies. Nothing fancy. But they have solid fans. They usually sell out in the late afternoon. Today’s target was their famous Lemon Cake. JPY150. Restaurant Info kino store