Style / Fashion Spots in Okinawa Area

  • oHacorte Minatogawa Main Branch
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    4.0
    78 Reviews
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    Okinawa Pref. Urasoeshi Minatogawa 2-17-1#18
    [oHacorte] Minatogawa Main Branch is an exotic tartlet shop located in the corner of residential district for foreigners in Minatogawa, Urazoe City. A fruit tartlet with fresh seasonal fruit and lightly sweetened cream on top of crispy puff pastry baked slowly is superb and popular as a souvenir or a gift. An eat-in area and a variety shop which handles daily items and interior goods are also attached.

    My 2 kids love confectioneries, so when I read about oHacorte, I was determined to have them try their tarts. The tarts were gorgeous. We bought a blueberry one that costs ¥860 and a mixed fruits...

  • Avance
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
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    Okinawa Ishigaki-shi Okawa 198-8
    This sundries shop is located along Yui Road in Okawa, Ishigaki City. It sells cosmetics, body care products, tea, and other items made herbs harvested on Ishigaki Island and other natural ingredients. Their skin gels and lotions made with shell ginger, an herb long grown in Okinawa, are especially popular. The shop also sells clothing, fare trade accessories, accessories created by local artisans, and more.

    どちらかというと雑貨屋さんでカフェと雑貨屋が隣り合わせでつながっています。 アロマ教室なども行われています。石鹸や月桃などを販売しています。小ぶりなカフェ

  • atelier + shop COCOCO
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
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    Okinawa Pref. Nanjoushi Tamagusuku Touyama 124
    This shop is located in Tamagusuku in Nanjo City. The shop displays and sells crafts that combine Bingata dyeing and pottery as well as other miscellaneous goods. It also operates a cafe on certain days of the week. There is a large garden as well, from which you can catch a glimpse of the craftsman at the adjoining workshop hard at work. The shop also offers pottery classes (reservations required) where you can create your own original Shisa (Okinawan lion), cup, and other items.

    紅型陶器という沖縄文化をハイセンスに仕上げた陶器が展示&販売されています。 食器好きなら行って損はありません。 不定休に近い形態らしいので、行く前に電話で問い合わせたほうが無難です。

  • Ryukyu Piras Ukishima-dori Street Branch
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
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    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Matsuo 2-5-36
    Ryukyu Piras Ukishima-dori Street Branch is a shop for T-shirts and knick-knacks with the concept of “manufacturing infused with Okinawa”. In the shop, there are bags, clothes, daily goods produced by collaboration with various artists and craftsmen. That includes craftsmen for bingata (an Okinawan dying technique), Ryukyu papier-mache and pottery, and illustrators and photographers actively working in Okinawa Prefecture.

    オリジナルTシャツを扱うお店ですが、 Tシャツだけでなく雑貨も扱っています。 マグカップや保温カップなど。 お土産としてもぴったりのお店です。

  • Guruguru Menya
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
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    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Gusukube Tomori 306-5
    "This shop is located a short northeast of the Kinsukyaga cave spring on the south side of Miyakojima Island. The shop's signature product is its Miyako Uzumaki Soba, colorful dried noodles which are sold in round balls and wrapped in packages by color. Despite their vivid colors, these choice noodles do not use of any artificial colorings and are made by combining natural ingredients from Miyakojima Island and other areas in Japan with domestically produced wheat flour. Locals call them ""gurguru-men"" (""twirly noodles""). The noodles can also be purchased over the Internet, but those sold in this shop are available at straight-from-the-factory prices and the shop's selection includes exclusive products. The shop also sells honey and other products. In addition, on weekends, the shop operates a restaurant which serves shaved ice and lunch meals made with Miyako Uzumaki Soba noodles."

    宮古島市内ケーキ屋さんにショップカードがあり、行ってみました。定食、餃子、おまけにかき氷をオーダー。お水や天然素材にこだわった料理はとても美味しかったです。宮古島の行き付けにしたいと思っています。

  • Fujii General Clothing Store okinawa
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    Okinawa Pref. Urasoeshi Minatogawa 2-15-7 Nevada Street 29
    This boutique, which sits on a corner of the foreigner district in Minatogawa, Urasoe City, exudes an exotic atmosphere. It’s filled with select clothes, accessories, plates, teacups, and many other “Yachimun” goods chosen by the store owner that remain unchanged by age and trends. Put them to use and enjoy their old-fashioned charm. Also of note is the shop interior, which retains its original foreign design.
  • Midori no Kaze
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    Okinawa Pref. Urumashi Katsurenhama 103-3
    Located across from the port of Hamahiga Island is a glass bead workshop that gazes out on the beautiful sea. Glass beads with resplendent colors line the shelves, and visitors can observe the creation process. You can even make your own glass bead accessory or try your hand at dyeing using dye made from the fukugi tree.
  • tui tree
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    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Makishi 1-3-21
    This shop is one street behind Kokusai-dori Street on Paradise Street. It offers various import goods from Asia and Europe as well as organic food products. Among the handicrafts and such available are Ryukyuan glass and Ryukyuan papier-mache items made by craftsmen living in Okinawa. It also offers tea, jams, and other products made with ingredients produced via natural Okinawan farming methods, which are popular as souvenirs.
  • MIMURI
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    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Matsuo 2-7-8
    This general store contains a studio and shop featuring works by textile designer and creator MIMURI, who handled the book cover illustration for Machi Tawara’s “Ore Ga Mario” among other projects. The products available are based on the concept of “strolling through Okinawa” and feature Okinawa’s natural scenery, produce, and so on in dazzling colors. Everything from accessories to clothing and bags are sold here.
  • mofgmona no zakka
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    Okinawa Pref. Ginowanshi Ginowan 2-1-29-301
    mofgmona no zakka is a general store situated on a road that runs just to the east of Okinawa International University. The store developed out of the mofgmona café that is located on the First Floor of the same building, and sells an interesting range of items, including Yachimun ceramics selected by the owner (some of which are the same as those used in the café).
  • Tsubo pottery studio
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    Okinawa Pref. Nakagamigunyomitanson Nagahama 925-2
    Tsubo pottery studio located in Yomitan Village in the middle of Okinawa Main Island is the studio and gallery shop of Koji Iki, a “yachimun” craftsman which is a traditional Okinawan craft. In the gallery area on the second floor, there is a line of yachimun which shows the beautiful contrast between the shiny transparent white and bright navy reminiscent of Okinawa’s sea. There is a plentiful variety of pottery, such as large plates, small bowls, rice bowls, and teacups.
  • Nangoku Zakka Tida - Shima Cafe Tonkaraya
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    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Ueno Shinzato 1214
    This sundries shop and cafe is located along Prefectural Route 235 just across from Shigira Bay Country Club on southern Miyako Island. The sundries shops, Nangoku Zakka Tida, sells a variety of original merchandise only available on Miyako Island including an original design of Miyakojima Beach t-shirts as well as two lines of original accessories made from materials including Ryukyu glass and dried coral. The cafe, Shima Cafe Tonkaraya, offers lunches featuring local ingredients such as Miyako beef and Miyako pork, smoothies made with lots of local fruit, and more.
  • Handmade Jewelry DESLIE
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    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Hirara Shimozato 572
    This accessories shop is located northeast of Kamamamine Park just north of the Shimozato (Kita) intersection. As the name suggests, it sells jewelry handcrafted one piece at a time. It also offers made-to-order jewelry. The shop carries a full selection of items for both men and women including jewelry such as rings, necklaces, and earrings, as well as apparel and accessories including handbags, sandals, bikinis, and surf trunks. Because everything is handmade, many of the items are one-of-a-kind.
  • PAPAYA
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    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Hirara Shimo Sato 597-2-102
    This shop offering a line of original hands-dyed t-shirts is located on Shimozato-dori Street one block south of the intersection between Ichiba-dori Street and Shimozato-dori Street. They also offer hoodies, tote bags, coasters, and other items. The popular shop, which is best known for products featuring designs inspired by Miyako Island's famous Paantu festival, is frequented by tourists from overseas.
  • Kaikobo
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    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Hirara Nishizato 160
    This handicrafts shop is located at the intersection of Ichiba-dori Street and Nishizato-odori Street due south of the German Emperor's Tributary Monument about a 15-minute drive from Miyako Airport. It sells original accessories made with ingredients sourced from the waters around Miyako Island such as coral and shark teeth. They will even make one-of-a-kind accessory for you with the shells, coral, and other items you find on the beach. The shop also offers made-to-order services. You can even have your name engraved on a shark's tooth. Other products include their Flower Shisa figurines, which are made with polymer clay.
  • Aki Kobo
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    Okinawa Kunigami-gun Onnason Onna 2708
    This sundries shop is located next to the Onnason Yakuba-mae bus stop about 10-minute drive from the Yaka Interchange. It is one of the few shops in Okinawa Prefecture that offers items made from art and craft materials. They offer a number of exclusive original items including photo frames, trays, clocks, and accessories made with materials such as sea glass and seashells, which are recommended as souvenirs.. They also offer crafting activities in which participants can make nameplates, sea glass lamps, and other items using their pick of a variety of materials (reservation required).
  • Cocoloba
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    Okinawa Kunigami-gun Onnason Serakaki 826
    This accessory shop is located in Onna Village, Okinawa Prefecture. The shop is lined with accessories made from natural materials such as great green turban shells and coral from Okinawa, precious coral and black coral from overseas, and even sea beans, the world's largest legume. All of their handmade products are designed and crafted entirely in-house at the shop's studio. Each features simple, timeless designs that take capitalize on the traits of the materials. The shop has many fans who come in search of its exclusive items.
  • Grace Onna Shop
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    Okinawa Kunigami-gun Onnason Maeganeku 124
    This accessory shop is located in Onna Village, Okinawa Prefecture. The shop's open interior is furnished with chairs that customers can use to sit while admiring the shop's products. They offer stylish yet easy-to-wear accessories with an Okinawan mood including items that feature designs inspired by minsa, a traditional textile of Okinawa, as well as items incorporating Swarovski crystal. The shop also offers a full selection of couples accessories as well as engraving services, allowing you to create a souvenir of your trip or a memento commemorating a special occasion.
  • NEW END Motobu Shop
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    Okinawa Kunigami-gun Motobucho Bise 372-2
    This T-shirt shop is located close to the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. The cramped shop is filled with products and decorations, making it fun to just come here and look. The shop's abundant selection of T-shirts includes everything from bold and interesting to cool designs and includes color and even material variations. The shop also sells funny T-shirts and T-shirts featuring licensed popular characters, and you'll have fun picking your favorites. The shop's swimsuits, limited edition bags, caps, and other accessories, as well is its handmade remake items are also a must-see.
  • shimaai
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    Okinawa Ishigaki-shi Okawa 205
    "This dyed goods shop is located in the Euglena Mall shopping district in Okawa, Ishigaki City. It sells a variety of products including canvas bags with casual designs and stoles made from linen and organic cotton. Everything is hand-dyed with wild indigo (Indigofera suffruticosa) harvested from its own plantation. The shop even offers an ""upcycling"" dyeing service for old clothes."

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Let go of your image of a busy, ordered Japan and replace it with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and relaxing folk music: You’ve arrived in Okinawa. A world away from the high intensity of Tokyo, Okinawans appear to live a laid-back beach life on this paradisiacal tropical island that lies in the middle of the East China Sea almost 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Japan’s most southern tip. Home to a spattering of islands, prepare yourself to discover underwater caves, star-shaped sand, and an island culture sometimes unrecognizable from mainland Japan.

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