This is an introduction to the Okinawa Restaurant along Shinjuku 3 chome station!
The name of this restaurant is “Kariyushi (沖縄料理かりゆし)” means “Good Luck and Auspicious” in Okinawa dialect.
It was founded 40 years ago and is now a restaurant run by “Ms. Rumiko”.
The recommended classic dish is “Goya Champuru” (Bitter Melon Stir Fry with Tofu and Egg) which costs 850 yen. It is a stir-fry food which is rich in Vitamin C.
‘Buta no kakunin’ (Japanese Braised Pork Belly) “Rafuty” costs 1000 yen. The meat is so soft that it can be cut with just chopsticks.
The ‘awamori’ (Okinawa liquor) of the original bottle “Kariyushi” costs 2200 yen. Its taste is very refreshing and it is also recommended for beginners.
There is a mini stage in the restaurant, where they play the songs using the ‘Sanshin of Okinawa Shamisen’ and also ‘Shimauta’ (traditional Okinawa folk music) Live. The customers will also dance as they drink and eat and get excited. It is a restaurant with a homey atmosphere. Once you have entered this restaurant, it feels like you are in Okinawa ♪
Shimauta Live is about 30 minutes starting from around 20:00 o’clock every day. (Live prices are 500 yen)
☆ Sanshin Classroom
Sanshin Classroom is also held at the restaurant every Sunday.
Time: 13:00-15:00 / monthly charge 7,000 yen. Students are recruiting at any time.
★ YOKOSO SHINJUKU Special Offer ★
If you show this page to the restaurant staff, you will get a 500 yen discount in the payment! (Payment of 3,000yen or more, is valid only for one payment, it may not be combined with any other discount or offer.)
|Restaurant Name||Okinawa Cuisine Kariyushi (沖縄料理かりゆし)|
|Address||B1F Yokaikan, 3-10-10 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
|Business Hour||17:00-24:00 (L.O. 23:00)|
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