Exploring Naha

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Isn't this place adorable!? One of my favorite reasons to go to the capital of Naha {along with the airport, awesome fish market, and exploring the city} is this tea and coffee shop. And one of the many wonderful parts of this culture is their food... or in this case, their tea. I didn't used to like it before living here, but Japan has made me a believer! If you live on island, you have to go to Tida Be Natural Cafe and try their fresh herb peppermint tea, made from their garden and served in that pretty glass kettle. It's such a peaceful place to catch up with a close friend.
...It's the simple things!

15 comments:

  1. It is the little things! I went through a "tea phase" a couple of years ago, but have since fell in love with my daily cup of coffee. This is a good reminder to get back into it - tea is so healthy!

    Love that last photo - a total framer :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  2. these pictures are gorgeous!! looks like such a cute place :)

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  3. love the chandelier -- glass jars filled with coffee beans -- and bookshelves. I think I am going to have to duplicate at Chez Britt! :) miss your smile.

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  4. Awesome pictures and I can see why you're in love with Naha :)

    I love to drink tea as well. I hope one day to do tea tastings ;)

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  5. That chandelier is just gorgeous! Love your photography!

    -kelly
    sweettea-lemonade.blogspot.com

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  6. love love love. Can I fly in and have tea with you sweets? ha! MISS you! love Katie

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  7. Love the bread loaf pictures...the textures are great!
    I'm just trying to master the art of doing more than point & shoot!

    http://wilsonfamilyproject.blogspot.com/

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  8. Such a charming place and you took beautiful pictures!
    If only it was cold here, I'd have some tea... oh well :)

    xoxo
    Camila.
    camilagcarneiro.blogspot.com.br

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  9. That car!! So cute. Love all these photos. Makes me really want a good cup of tea. :)

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  10. LOVE the chandelier pic. And that baby is so precious!

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  11. Beautiful photography!

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  12. You do look mighty natural with that babe in your hands!!! :) Gorgeous photos!!!!

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  13. I just found your blog and I LOVE it! My husband and I started an expat adventure about the same time as you and your Hubby. I have been keeping a little blog too as a journal, but I am going to attempt a redesign soon.
    I will keep checking out your work!
    Lana @ www.livelifelikeabestseller.blogspot.com

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  14. That chandelier, oh my gosh, beautiful! Naha looks beautiful Amanda, I'm glad you had such a good time!

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