Okinawa on a plate – The Japan Times Online

Makabe Chinaa had a lucky escape: you can still see bullet holes in some of the beams. Then in the immediate postwar period, the house served as a town office and a clinic before becoming what it is today — a much-loved tea shop and restaurant that serves up a large portion of history along with its signature sara soba to visitors heading to the nearby Okinawa Battle Site National Park.

Read the entire article by Kate Crockett at The Japan Times Online.

(Via @animeresearch.)

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