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Arrive at 6pm so you can enjoy the meal. We tried 3 different sets, parts of each were great, other parts average. There are about 11 individual dishes. Lots to try.
The show starts at 630pm and lasts half an hour. There are two dancers,...More
We booked through a local tour agency and got the traditional okinawan meal with lobster and an American meal. The food was good and there was a variety of food included in our meal set. We enjoyed the show and the performers looked like they...More
Our tour group went there for dinner. We ate shabu shabu (pork strips with veggies boiled, with dipping sauce then eaten with rice). The food is ok. After dinner we were treated to their cultural show with dancing, shi sa performance and drum beats.
We attended the evening dinner and dance show. Our Okinawan family set up the reservation, so we didn't choose the menu (I assume the meal is preset - as everyone in the entire restaurant had the same meal we were served). The dinner was Shabu-shabu...More
We went there as a party of 15 people and they managed to sit us in front of the stage: usually the best seats in the shows... but sorry not this time ! The playing of the traditional drums were so loud that I had...More
All three bites of my pork were quite good. My wife's steak was tough dry and flavorless. I liked the lobster, she didn't. Parts of the show were quite fun and some parts didn't seem to appeal to anybody in our group.
We decided on this restaurant for an Okinawan cultural experience. it was listed in Kenny Ehman's Okinawa Explorer book, which is a godsend and a must-have for anyone going to the island, and the hotel concierge recommended it, saying it is very famous. We made...More
If you are interested in Okinawan dance and food culture, here is the place to dine. It costs more than casual restaurants in this area but it is worth to pay because it has great show and traditional okinwan food that you can experience both...More
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