Some people go to Kokusai Dori St. just for souvenir shopping, whereas, you can also fully enjoy experiencing different kinds of food while learning more about Okinawa. Try walking along with the street, or even exploring behind shops thoroughly. Have fun!
One of the largest salt specialty shops Japan!
This store offers salt from every corner of Okinawa, Japan, and overseas, suggesting different salts for certain ingredients or certain dishes. “Home Spa,” containing very fine, mineral-rich salt is recommended for skin care!
If you want to go resort style, try Okinawan style accessories!
Specialty shop dealing in silver accessories handmade by craftsmen at an in-house factory. The mysterious blue Ryukyu firefly glass features an attractive beautiful color.
Special prices for medical products and cosmetics from famous Japanese brands
Great variety of famous Japanese cosmetic brands: SHISEIDO, Kanebo, Sofina, Kosé, among others. Authorized dealer store for MaxFactor SK-II.
Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium original and popular goods in Naha!
Please stop by our Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium Gift shop on Kokusai Dori St., Naha. Fish tanks will provide you the atmosphere of Churaumi Aquarium. Check out the popular souvenirs and local specialties!
A lively atmosphere keeps people coming to the center of Okinawan food & culture
This public market satisfies the stomach of local people. Let’s go and find some local delicacies! On the second floor is a food court where marine products purchased on the first floor can be prepared in Japanese, Chinese, Okinawan and other styles.
Place of origin of “Tsuboya-yaki” Okinawan pottery
This nostalgic looking street is lined with Tsuboya pottery shops in old red tiled houses. Traditional designs or modern patterns of dishes or cups are good for your everyday use or as souvenirs. “Just looking” is fun, so why not take a leisurely stroll around?
Change into yukata and experience something very different
This costume rental store has costumes for men, women, and children. Take a picture wearing yukata (summer kimono), kimono, or Okinawan costume.
Enjoy Japanese culture without needing to take anything
Wearing a colorful rental kimono or yukata makes walking in Naha even more fun. You can eat ice cream on Kokusai Street, stroll along Tsuboya Yachimun Road, which has a traditional atmosphere, and have different experiences from other people.
Relish the fresh food! Free sanshin (Okinawan instrument) live performances are in session
Every day, we offer fresh tuna purchased directly in the morning market of the fishing port at a reasonable price. In addition, local delicacies and popular foods are available. Okinawan shamisen concerts are held every day.
Exquisite Agu pork, straight from the farm!
Wholesale prices, but the meat quality is high! Shabu-shabu with island vegetables is a great way to enjoy the sweetness and richness of Agu and other brand pork. “All you can eat and drink course” and reasonable lunch menu are popular.
We know how to cook Agu pork to perfection
Our most popular menu is all-you-can-drink Japanese Premium Malt beer together with a fancy course of Yanbaru Agu pork and local brand Ryubiton pork. Enjoy the healthy bamboo-steamer cooked dishes.
Popular grill style restaurant serving Okinawan brand pork
Our fresh meat directly from our own farm is exceptional. The quality of meat won’t disappoint you. All pork offal is also a good eat. ¥298(Excluding tax). Not tried yet? You’ve got to!
American style melt-in-your-mouth steak, a savory extravaganza
Restaurant offers red wine sauce steak as house special. Free set of soup, salad, rice and ice-cream free for infants. It is open during lunch hours so you can eat before going home.
A piece of roasted Okinawan pork fillet is so big that you won’t be able to see the noodles.
Ramen made with local ingredients and without any use of MSGs. and Gyoza (Fried dumplings) are very popular. It is close to Makishi Station and highly regarded by locals.
Transit Mall Every Sunday, Kokusai Street is closed to vehicles between 12:00 and 18:00, giving pedestrians free rein to enjoy the street. You can experience open cafés, street performance, Eisa and other entertainment. Vehicular access is restricted.