2298-1 Ishikawa, Uruma City
This is the only domed bullring in Okinawa, which plays host to some 20 bullfighting events each year, including the All-Island Bullfighting Tournament -- the biggest such event on the island. Besides real bullfights, the Ishikawa Dome also hosts a wide variety of events, such as a unique entertainment show where a bullfight and an eisa performance take place alternately in the bullring.
4-14-1 Jicchaku, Urasoe City
*Show programs are subject to change. Ticket prices vary by show.
Here you can enjoy Okinawa's traditional performing arts, including kumi-odori (ensemble dance), regarded as an intangible cultural property of Japan. Ticket prices start at 1,500 yen.
1-11-34 Awase, Okinawa City
Hours: April-September 10:30-18:00; October-March 10:30-17:30
The Payao fresh seafood retail shop in the Awase Fishing Port is said to be the liveliest fish market on Okinawa, and sometimes about 30 different types of fresh seafood are on offer. In addition, various marine products, tempura, ready-to-eat dishes and locally grown vegetables are available in the huge market. At the adjacent eatery you can enjoy Okinawa's typical seafood dishes for a reasonable price.