Mihama Seaside Square 2F
Hours: 10:00-1:00 *Fri, Sat, days prior to a holiday until 3:00
Price: Adults ¥400, ages 6-18 and over 50 ¥300
*Extra ¥100 on Sat, Sun, holidays *¥300 for rental shoes
1080 Mabuni, Itoman City
Hours: 9:30-17:30 (last entry 17:00)
Closed: Wed (The facility is open if a holiday falls on Wednesday.)
Admission: 600 yen for adults, 400 yen for children, free for under 4
Uchina Farm covers a vast area of 280,000 square meters, within which are a winery, where the popular acerola and passion fruit wines are produced; agricultural fields and greenhouses, where you can enjoy a hands-on harvest experience; a petting zoo; a restaurant; and much more. Including a water buffalo-drawn cart ride, mini golf and horseback riding, a wide variety of activities are available.
2F, Depot Island at's Chatan Bldg., 9-17 Mihama, Chatan Town
Two-hour admission: Mon-Fri 300-850 yen for children and 300 yen for guardian.
This is an indoor playground located at Depot Island. English-speaking staff is available at all times to assist international visitors.
1094-1 Hentona, Kunigami Village
The vast multi-purpose grass field is a great place to play soccer, softball, mini golf and other sport activities. Camping is allowed in the field, too (fee required). Located at the highest elevation of the park is Ikoi Square, equipped with a 30-meter-long slide and an observation platform from which you can enjoy the view over northern Okinawa's lush vegetation, the East China Sea, neighboring islands and the Haneji Inland Sea. In addition, the platform is also a popular stargazing spot. Pets are not allowed in the park.
3 Tsuji, Naha City
The park comprises a beach, which is reserved for diving, snorkeling and marine activities (swimming is not allowed) and a vast lawn area, which plays host to concerts and a variety of other events. All-inclusive BBQ packages are offered all year round. (BBQ can be enjoyed between 10:00-20:00.)
2-1 Tondocho, Naha City
Ocean liners to Kagoshima, Hakata and other cities in Kyushu and the Amami Oshima, Tokunoshima, Okinoerabu, Yoron, Miyako and Ishigaki islands depart from and arrive at Naha Port. The large Moby Dick dining vessel and the Orca underwater sightseeing cruise operate from the port, too.