2022 40th Okinawan Festival Food

Below are the various food items sold at their respected booths. Booth names are in bold followed by the items being sold. All booths will be accepting SCRIPTS ONLY!
Please purchase scripts at the script booth. Each script is equivalent to $1.
All prices and items are subject to change.
On behalf of the Hawaii United Okinawa Association, we hope you enjoy!
The food booths noted will be the only ones open during Bon Dance on Saturday. 

An assortment of drinks will be sold at each both and are subject to change based on availability

Bottled Soda (20 oz)

5 scripts
4 scripts

Bottled Water (16 oz) 

3 scripts

Coffee

5 scripts

Iced Canned Coffee

Andagi

Open during festival & bon dance

Andagi

Known as the Okinawan doughnut, an all-around festival favorite. Basic doughnut ingredients such as sugar, flour, milk, and eggs are mixed into the batter and deep fried. The hand "dropping" of evenly rounded balls of batter into hot oil.

3 pieces of andagi per order

6 scripts

Andadog

Open during festival & bon dance

Andadog

The Okinawan version of the corndog. The andadog is a whole hot dog on a stick that is dipped into andagi batter and deep fired

6 scripts

Beer Garden

Champuru

Champuru plate

Includes delicious shoyu pork, rice and champuru. 

Champuru is a mixture of stir fried vegetables and luncheon meat and agedofu (dried tofu) - served with andamisu (pork and miso mixture) and white rice 

Vegetarian Option 

Steamed Okinawan
Sweet Potato

18 scripts
14 scripts
11 scripts

Okidog & Chili

Okidog

Known as the Okinawan borito.

A hotdog, chili, shredded shoyu pork, and lettuce all wrapped in a soft flour tortilla 

Chili Frank Plate

Chili and whiitw rice plate served with a hot dog

Chili & Rice

Chili and white rice in a bowl 

Okinawa Soba

Open during festival & bon dance

Okinawa Soba

Okinawa-style soba noodles served in a hot soup and garnished with kamaboko (fishcake), shoyu pork, green onions and red ginger 

18 scripts
16 scripts
12 scripts
18 scripts

Pigs Feet Soup

Pigs Feet Soup

24 scripts

In Uchinaaguchi (Okinawan language) it is known as ashitibichi. 

Pigs feet are cooked in a soup stock and garnished with kombu (seaweed),

daikon (turnip), togan (squash) and mustarb cabbage. Served with hot rice

Yaki Soba

Yaki Soba

13 scripts

Okinawan style noodles stir-fried with vegetables and luncheon meat, seasoned with a special chef's sauce 

Yakitori Sticks

Yakitori Stick

Skewered chicken grilled to perfection with a touch of teriyaki sauce.

Yakitori Bento

Include 2 (two) yakitori sticks, white rice and furikake

4 scripts
12 scripts