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Used Book Store Urara
Urara is a used bookstore located inside a covered shopping arcade in the market area of Naha.
Makishi Public Market
Naha’s Makishi district is a place where you can get a glimpse of the days when Okinawa was known as the Ryukyu Kingdom. The Naha Public Market is an excellent
A branch shop of Tomigusuku Ujizome within the Makishi Public Market. Ujizome is a way of weaving and dyeing fabric green with sugarcane leaves, called "uji" in
An Okinawan grocery store located within Makishi Public Market, south of Kokusai-dori Street.
The Matsubaraya Confectionary is famous for its sata andagi, Okinawan donuts.
Cozy Court Ishihara
Cozy Court Ishihara offers accommodation in Naha, 2.7 km from Tamaudun Mausoleum and 500 metres from Yachimun Street. The air-conditioned unit is 1.7 km from DF
White Terrace Tsuboya -Guesthouse in Okinawa-
Located in Naha, White Terrace Tsuboya -Guesthouse in Okinawa- is 2.1 km from Tamaudun Mausoleum. The accommodation features a hot tub. Yachimun Street is 300 m
Little Asia Guest House
Little Asia Guest House is located in Naha. This guest house is situated on a beachfront and offers barbecue facilities and a view. Free WiFi access is availabl
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, La Passione offers pet-friendly accommodation in Naha. You will find a kettle in the room. Every room is equipped with a pri
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