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Umikaji Terrace

174-6 Tomigusuku City



2-2-2-30 Makishi, Naha
Tel: 098-862-5111 / Hours 10:00-22:00 *Restaurants -23:00
Open every day


Nabbie Sanshin

3-9-11 Makishi, Naha City
Tel: 098-861-3494
Hours: 11:00-20:00
Closed: Tue

コザ工芸館 ふんどう

Koza Craft Center Fundou

1-11-2 Chuo, Okinawa City
Tel: 098-934-2213
Hours: 11:00-20:00

Located on Gate 2 St., Fundou features a number of craftworks, from traditional textiles to Ryukyu glassware, produced by artists based in Okinawa City.


Rexa Ryubo

1-1-2, Matsuo, Naha City
Hours: Each tenant keeps different business hours.
Open daily

Conveniently located near Kokusai Street’s Kumoji intersection, Rexa Ryubo is a shopping complex with a variety of tenants. They include Aletta, featuring a multinational buffet, Yazaemon, a sushi-go-round restaurant, a convenience store and Hotel Rocore Naha.


Navel Kadena

372-2 Shimobaru Kaneku, Kadena Town
Tel: 098-956-8085
Hours: 9:00-22:00
*Each tenant keeps different business hours.
Open daily

Providing everyday essentials from fresh foods to home improvement products, Navel Kadena is a shopping mall that is home to a variety of stores and facilities: Farmers’ Market, Diso 100 yen shop, Shakey’s Pizza, Kadena Arena, the home of Ryukyu Dragon pro-wrestling, and more.

Kadena Arena


Uminchu Wharf

54 Mihama, Chatan Town
Tel: Uminchu Wharf Management Office 098-926-5077

This complex facility contains a seafood restaurant operated by the Chatan Town Fisheries Cooperative Association as well as other dining options, souvenir shops and a tourist desk providing reservation services for boat charters and marine activities.


Mihama American Village

Mihama, Chatan Town

Reminiscent of a town on America’s West Coast, Mihama American Village is a popular tourist destination offering great shopping, excellent dining and exciting entertainment all in one place. Mihama American Village is always bustling with people looking to catch a spectacular sunset while enjoying a leisurely stroll along Sunset Walk, or to simply soak up the distinctive atmosphere of a resort town. A variety of street performances and live music shows take place daily around Mihama American Village, which is known as a gateway to success in the entertainment industry.

Mihama American Village consists of shopping mall Depot Island, which is located near the water and has more than 100 stores; Carnival Park Mihama with its iconic Ferris wheel; and Dragon Palace, a shopping and amusement complex. Most places in the area are open from 11:00-23:00, but some stores keep different hours.


2-1-1 Asato, Naha City
Tel: 098-860-7300
Hours vary by store
Open daily

Located in Saion Square and directly connected to the Yui Rail Makishi Station, this shopping complex features various stores including outdoor clothing and equipment shop Neos, organic and aromatherapy specialty store Petaluna and restaurants.

Okinawa Outlet Mall Ashibinaa

1-188 Toyosaki, Tomigusuku City
Tel: 0120-15-1427
Hours: 10:00-20:00 (Restaurants are open till 20:30.)
Open daily

Featuring many European boutiques, Ashibinaa, Okinawa's first large-scale outlet mall, has over 70 popular domestic and foreign brand-name stores. Eating and drinking establishments and souvenir shops are also found at the mall. A free shuttle bus operates between the mall and the Naha Airport.



Tel: 098-862-2707
Hours: 10:00-18:00
Open daily

This is a black pearl specialty shop on Okinawa offering the highest quality black pearls at affordable prices. White, akoya and freshwater pearl items are also available.


Palette Kumoji

Palette Kumoji
1-1-1 Kumoji, Naha City
Hours: 10:00-21:00
*Each tenant has different hours of operation and closed days.

This shopping complex consists of a variety of fashion boutiques selling international and domestic brands, sweet shops, miscellaneous stores such as MUJI, and a bookstore as well as restaurants, a civic theater, an art gallery and a museum. Palette Kumoji is directly connected to the Kencho-mae monorail station.

In the reopened food market on the first basement floor, visitors can enjoy high-end grocery shopping along with a tempting selection of deli items.