Quaint, rustic and cosy Japanese diner serving authentic Okinawan cuisine. What differs Okinawan cuisine from the mainland Japanese cuisine are usage of vegetables and other ingredients and well as the influences from Chinese cuisine and Southeast Asian cuisine. Okinawan cuisine generally uses more herbs and spices, more meat than fish and other seafood, when compared to the mainland Japanese dishes. The common inclusion of kombu, sweet potato and bitter melon or luffa in their dishes also stands out.
Nirai-Kanai’s food menu features a variety of set meals, light starters, stir-fried, grilled and deep-fried dishes as well as original Okinawan soba noodles and rice dishes.