Lively, popular izakaya close to the ferry terminal serving a wide variety of Japanese and Yaeyama Islands cuisine along with island beers and awamori (distilled rice liquor). Seating in tatami rooms, tables & chairs, and at the bar. The server kept the food coming. The dinner entertainment gets you involved in the singing and dancing. We had a great time here; the only downside (with restaurants in Japan) is the cigarette smoke (if you're a non-smoker).
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