Okinawa Island Guide

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Okinawa Island Guide

Haarii — Okinawa’s traditional festival for fishermen

Have you planned your 2016 Valentine’s Day yet?

Valentine’s Day Special Dinner at DoubleTree by Hilton Naha

A new sirloin steak dinner has made its debut aboard the Moby Dick

Jazz Dinner Cruise

Pro baseball spring training camp

Creative logo design and catchy slogan wanted for the upcoming Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival

The Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival thrives within an international Okinawan legacy


Naminoue Umisora 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.)


Wakasa Seaside Park

Wakasa, Naha City

This seaside park is a great place to relax and unwind while taking in Naha's coastal landscape.


Tomari Port

3-25-1 Maejima, Naha City

Sightseeing cruise vessels and a number of regular ferry lines to Okinawa’s surrounding islands depart from and arrive at Tomari Port. The passenger terminal complex, known as Tomarin, includes two piers, North Pier and South Pier, and two ticketing booths; make sure to go to the right pier for your boat. The Tomari Iyumachi Fish Market is located just a few minutes’ walk from Tomari Port.

Destinations: Tokashiki Island, Zamami Island,
Kume Island, Tonaki Island, Aguni Island, Ie Island,
MInami Daito Island, Kita Daito Island


Miegusuku Port

3 Nishi, Naha City
Hours: 7:00-21:00

This is a point of departure and arrival for many dive tours to the Kerama Islands and also a popular spot with local anglers