Tourists can enjoy the many tastes of Okinawa in Onna no Eki Nakayukui Market, situated in Onna Village. It’s a great place to stop by while driving or even to make a trip just to go eat there. There are local flavors you can try out and various tropical sweets and seafood. We’ll introduce you to some great stuff they’ve got to offer.
We get it. You’re here in Okinawa and you want to explore every nook and cranny… but you’re limited for time and you want to keep costs down. Don’t let time and money stop you from having all the fun. Kouri Island and Sesoko Island are popular islands that you can get to by car from Okinawa mainland and we’ll introduce you some more. Make these spots the highlights of your vacation – or visit them if you have time to spare.
Michi-No-Eki Itoman is the southern-most Michi-No-Eki in Japan. Located in the southern region of Okinawa’s main island, it’s got a farmers’ market (the largest in Okinawa) and a fish market directly run by the Fisheries Cooperative Association. You can purchase fresh vegetables, fruit, and seafood at reasonable prices, which is why it’s always packed with tourists and locals. It’s also easy to get to from the Naha Airport, and it has a great selection of Okinawan souvenirs—a perfect place to stop during your drive. The food court offers Okinawan dishes, which you can take to-go. This charming place will make you want to try everything you see. Here’s our report on what makes it so attractive.
Enjoy sampling and comparing the various dishes that feature Okinawa's signature gourmet items, including Agu pork, wagyu beef and fresh seafood.