Back to our first weekend on the island. We had to start things off right by trying out these way too cute eggs from Japan. Slightly smaller, sold in packs of 10, and delicious!!!
The yolks are so much brighter than US eggs.
The Okinawa marathon was being held on base, so we walked around cheering runners on, and exploring a little of the base by foot.
We were so excited to be able to go to a sushi-go-round within the first few days of being here. Our sponsors wife took us out one night to one of her favorite go-to spots.
At least I only had to copy it from the menu. There were a few very complicated Kanji combinations that I didn't try writing, but I would really like to try those dishes, so we'll have to go back. That won't be a problem for us. We loved this place.
Another cook thing was they had a hot water faucet at each booth. See that little black round thing on the 'wall' of the booth? You pressed your mug against that and steaming hot water came out. They had a container of green tea powder there for you also.
One of my favorite! Hotate aka scallop. I had to really resist not just ordering a ton of these and nothing else.
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