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Address: Naha, Okinawa Prefecture
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Colourful hand made pottery

Beautiful shops with hand made pottery but quite pricey. I bought a few items from Yacchi & Moon and they seem to be a very popular shop. Great location as it's just behind the... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed October 17, 2016
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Melbourne, Australia
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 2, 2016 via mobile

Short street with a few shops selling pottery. Nothing else here. If you are pressed for time, don't bother. If you are in the area, just walk through. It joins Heiwadori shopping street and near all the other attractions anyway.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 17, 2016 via mobile

Beautiful shops with hand made pottery but quite pricey. I bought a few items from Yacchi & Moon and they seem to be a very popular shop. Great location as it's just behind the Hyatt.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 5, 2016

I went here on a very hot day, so ducking into each shop with air conditioning was a nice bonus! The owners are all very friendly and I was able to chat with each of them in a bit of Japanese. The prices vary in each shop, so it's best to do window shopping first, then come back and buy... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 5, 2016 via mobile

The pottery street where many pottery shops and the museum is. The shops are ok if you fancy simple pottery souvenirs but kind of hard if you're not a connoisseur . I don't know what is considered good or bad design or quality

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 14, 2016 via mobile

We visited the area based on the reviews and thought they were a fair assessment. The museum is in the same area and I enjoyed that as well. My daughter got a great deal on a set of shi shi dogs, even better pricing than those found on Kokusai street. We also got to talk to a local artisan while... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 2, 2016 via mobile

Same pottery that's available in the Yomitan Pottery Village, but it's marked up about 500%. Just go straight to the source in Yomitan if you have the time. But on the plus side, it's a pretty street to walk on.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 1, 2016

Of course you can find a dish of pottery, also you can find here specially is a Shisa, Okinawa's famous decoration resembling a cross between a lion and a dog. Each pottery sells unique Shisa so you can find your favorite Shisa to get for a souvenir. It is good to stroll the quiet street. A cafe I found sells... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 22, 2016

A pleasant walk along pottery street with shops and alleyways branching off selling the potters hard earned work. Close to the monorail. It is not very well signposted but if you get lost and think you are close and you are in a residential street with pottery shops then you are in the right area. There is a bridge and... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 4, 2016

There are several major Asian cities with absolutely stunning craftsmanship and traditional design, which is a lot more fun to buy (and lasts longer) than the usual tourist tat. Most cities in Japan fit this bill, as does Seoul (if you know where to look), Luang Prabang, Siam Reap, Galle, Taipei, etc. Okinawa Prefecture is one of my favorite places... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed February 10, 2016

Lovely way to explore Okinawa by visiting this pottery street. As we stayed at Hyatt, the street is just a stone's throw away. All the houses/shops here are traditional and really beautiful in an untouched way. We didn't buy anything as pottery is fragile and heavy. You can find small plates, spoons etc for a very good price here. Good... More 

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