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Along the street, you'll find thousands of shops and restaurants of any sorts. They have a holiday promenade every Sunday 12:00-18:00 and you'll see song and dance performances here and there. Great place.
Right in the centre of Naha, this busy street offers everything regular tourist is looking for. There’s plenty of souvenir shops, restaurants (serving mostly local fare, although there are places with western food as well), coffee shops, clothes, pharmacy, etc. Place gets really busy in...More
This is the main street. Most of the other famous and popular shopping arcades and markets shoots off from this street - e.g. Heiwadori, Makishi Public Market. There's no way you are visiting to Naha and not get around to this street. It's where all...More
Kokusai Dori is the main street that has all of the souvenir shops. It is fun and free to wander around and look at everything. Eating out is expensive is all of Japan. Kokusai Dori has a Burger King and A&W Root Beer restaurants where...More
its a lively and vibrant street full of food and shops, you'll never find a quiet moment on this street and there's something for everyone, be it souvenirs, local goods, types of food! good place to stay nearby and it's also near enough to the...More
Main shopping strip in Naha where you can get basically all your souvenirs and pharmacy shopping done. Lots of trinket shops selling pretty much the same thing but keep a lookout for unique shops offering original souvenirs, foodstuffs and variations on the local beverage of...More
Not many of these shops are more than trinket shops, but there a few very nice ones that sell mors luxurious items like jewelry or textiles. I wouldn't recommend buying pottery or glassware here as most of it is cheaper when bought from the crafters...More