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MIYARABI

On Wednesday or Friday from 20:00, you get to see traditional Okinawan dance. Of course Okinawan food must go with Awamori (strong Okinawan liquor distilled from rice or millet).

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I went to Miyarabi, an Okinawan Restaurant in Ikebukuro.

It’s located in a multi-tenant building in Ikebukuro.

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On Wednesday or Friday from 20:00, you get to see traditional Okinawan dance.

Of course Okinawan food must go with Awamori (strong Okinawan liquor distilled from rice or millet).

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Tofu yo

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Sukugarasu tofu

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Awamori

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The food is delicious but it is also the service that stands out about this restaurant.

The Okinawan dance was really fun to watch. I am glad I was able to come!

I am definitely coming here again!


INFORMATION
MIYARABI
B1F Arc City Ikebukuro, 2-45-1 Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
4-minute walk from Ikebukuro Station
18:00~22:45
Sundays
03-3971-5061
Okinawan, Izakaya
¥5000~¥5999

writer:Yuri

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