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Transportation Spots in Naha / Southern Okinawa Area

  • Roadside Station Itoman
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    Okinawa Pref. Itomanshi Nishizakichou 4-19-1
    Located an 18-minute drive from Naha Airport along National Route 331, this is the southernmost roadside station in Japan. With nearly 30,000 square meters of space, it houses six tenants and various shops, as well as the “Farmers Market Umanchu Market,” where visitors can purchase directly from producers, and the “Fish Center.” There are also stores carrying household dishes and specialty products, cafes, a food court, and restaurants.

    随分ニュータウンができており驚きました。港は、かわらずあの頃と同じで糸満らしさが残っていて懐かしかった。

  • e Rental Pottering SHURI
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    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Shuritorihorichou 1-50-1 Shinonomekan 102
    Cycling is recommended if you’re going to be exploring the hilly Shuri area. Pottering SHURI rents out electric assist bicycles and also offers model courses that you can follow to see the best sights.
  • Roadside Station Toyosaki
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    Okinawa Pref. Tomigusukushi Toyosaki 3-39
    Situated along the road to Tomigusuku, Roadside Station Toyosaki is Japan’s westernmost roadside rest area. Roadside Station Toyosaki comprises: an Information Station, providing tourist information for Okinawa Prefecture; the JA Okinawa Food Hall, offering local cuisine, snack foods, and shops selling local specialty products; and the Tomigusuku Tourist Plaza—Teiguma Hall, which has displays of Uji-zome (Okinawan fabrics dyed using sugar-cane dye), an Uji-zome sales area, and an area where visitors can view Uji-zome being made (visitors can also try their hand at making Uji-zome themselves; this activity must be booked in advance). Roadside Station Toyosaki is located around 13 minutes’ drive from Naha Airport, and around five minutes’ drive from the nearest Expressway interchange. It is next door to Okinawa’s largest car rental facility, making it a very convenient spot for tourists who want to explore Okinawa by car.

    A wide selection of foods from Okinawa without having to pay the tourist prices. A great place to go for souvenirs for friends and family!

  • Itoman City Product Center Yukura, Roadside Station Itoman
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    Okinawa Pref. Itomanshi Nishizakichou 4-19-1
    This product center is located inside “Roadside Station Itoman” on National Highway No. 331, in Nishizaki Town, Itoman City. It consists of a specialty products section selling local specialties from all around Okinawa including Itoman, a fruit shop handling fruit delivered directly from farms and fresh fruit juices, a bakery, a food court offering a range of menus and a restaurant where you can enjoy a Ryukyu cuisine set meal. Inside the roadside station area, there is a farmers’ market and a “Fish Center” directly managed by Itoman Fisheries Cooperative Association.
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    Okinawa Pref
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    Okinawa Pref
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    Okinawa Pref
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Okinawa Main Areas

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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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