How about eat goat sashimi from a Japanese vending machine?

A local specialty from Okinawa, served in a very unique way.

Local coffee, located at Okinawa, serves a very unique flavor.

About a year ago, our Japanese-language reporter Kouhey visited the island Ishigaki, Okinawa, and ategoat soup, a local Okinawan specialty. The first impression of the unfamiliar dish was that it had a light broth and a slightly sexy smell of goat meat, but he turned out to be a great meal that he remembered it until now.

Once he returned to the Ishigaki island, the people were interested and eagerly thought of the soup. So when he spoke with the locals about it, he realized that he had a place to buy it at night or day from a vending machine in the Misaki Centre Street where the town of Ishigaki was in the village.

Bring your goat meat here 24 hours a day.

After looking at the machine, Kouhey found a lot of soup, but still ramen, bary, sashimi and hohoo, which are Korean raw meat dishes.

Kouhey took a pick for the meat soup from the top of the price tag at 1 yen (US $27.26). He punched in the number for his selection and feeding his money into the machine.

After a bit, he heard his purchase drop down into the tray below, and finally, when he went to find it, it was much bigger than he had expected.

The content weighs at 800 grams (28 grams)!

While he was at the machine, one another product caught his eye, so he decided to splurge on that one, too, and splurge in the coin with a half 1,000 yen bill to receive.

Goat sashimi!

When Kouhey realized how excited he was to buy goats from a vending machine, he realized it was just that he was the only one to return to his hotel. He had no idea that both of the two products should be heated in a stove before eating, and there wasn’t enough room in the hotel to do that.

After a moment of despair, Kouhey decided to return his product back to his house so his purchase wouldn’t waste.

Nearly four days later, before Kouhey was home, his parcel arrived by the doorstep. He opened the box and started setting on his meals.

While Kouhey was cooking with goat soup, it proved simple to heat up the bag, a warm water for up to 10 minutes.

He then took the bag out of the pack and it was taken out of the bag.

and poured it into a pot of boiling water.

Although it was finished, Kouhey took the goat sashimi out, which needs to be defrosted in a cold tap water bottle for about 15 minutes.

That was an easy meal because once both of the goat dishes were ready, it didn’t matter how much he should do.

Kouhey began with the goat soup, which looked to be filled with meat.

This soup is smooth with the oil. At first glance, it would appear that it might be heavy on the stomach, but, as of now, it promised plenty of flavour to flavour.

How did this taste now? Kouhey took a seat and immediately gave the rating 5 times the 5-star. The goat soup he ate last year was light, but it was noticeably richer, though that did not contain many more fat and goat meat. After he enjoyed a few spoonfuls, he added the pack of lard, which came with the package, to increase oil content.

It’s not something that you want to do every day. However, Kouhey thought that a one-year splurge might be OK.

To add oil, the flavor of the broth gradually rose and accentuated its taste and added energy.

At this point, Kouhey’s palate was excited to be a bit lighter, so he reached for his raw goat.

The goat sashimi didn’t come with sauce, but Kouhey paired it with an oat of sweet soy from the pantry.

When he turned to the mouth of the morsel, he smelled the goat meat which really was very strong.

Kouhey smells like lamb. So, although the smell was noticeable, it was not offensive, especially after dipping into sauce. It tasted good goat meat, but it wasn’t that tasty.

Kouhey finished his meal by alternating bites of sashimi and spoonfuls of goat soup. That turned out to be a very good combination.

A bite of refreshing sashimi.

After the stew, good soup, rich and hearty.

We had a little time to share our last slice of goat sashimi.

Before her knew about that, Kouhey had finished all the dishes, leaving only bones behind.

You can buy goatsashimi and goat soup from an ad-store – a lot of time, but this time you’ll find it enjoyable. Next time Kouhey goes on its way to Ishigaki island, he’d like to try some other goat dishes, like goat ramen and goat yukhoe.