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  • Nago Pineapple Park
    964 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Bimata 1195
    Nago Pineapple Park is a pineapple theme park located on a plateau within Nago City. Visitors can travel through the park in fully-automatic “Pineapple Carts,” viewing the sub-tropical vegetation and the extensive pineapple fields. There is also a pineapple processing plant within the park; the plant has displays about everything to do with pineapples, and visitors can also view the pineapple-slicing process. In the shopping area, visitors can taste various pineapple-related beverage and food products, and buy souvenir gifts to take home.

    This is a unique experience. Go with an open mind and enjoy. Funky car ride , nice cafe to have a coffee and delicious cake. Large shop on exit to try lots of cake and Pineapple wine!!!! The indoor...

  • Yagaji Island
    Travel / Tourism
    Nago, Okinawa Prefecture
    Yagaji Island is located north of the main island of Okinawa, and it is an island floating on the Haneji inland sea. The area is about eight square kilometers. The east side of the main island of Okinawa is connected by the Yagaji Bridge, Ojima Island and the Haneji O Bridge, while the west of the main island of Okinawa is connected by the Warumi Bridge and Kouri Island is connected to Yagaji Island by the Kouri Bridge. In the tidal flatlands, migratory birds flying in and there are black mangroves (mangrove plants) which grow in excess of 10 meters in height. In 1976 during the Showa period, the entire island was designated as a national wildlife sanctuary.
  • Busena Marine Park
    500 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kise 1744-1
    Busena Marine Park is located at Cape Busena, near Nago City. An underwater observatory has been built in the waters off the cape, providing a 360-degree view of the beautifully colored fish through 24 underwater windows. Glass-bottomed boats depart from the pier near the observatory, enabling visitors to “stroll” through the ocean. Please note that there is an admission charge for the observatory, and there is also a charge for the trips in the glass-bottomed boats (packages combining the two activities at a specially reduced price are available).

    We had theee generations in our group and found this to be a super great activity. If you are already in Oona - just buy the ticket, drive up, take a shuttle (15min wait tops) or take a 10min walk...

  • Orion Happy Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Agarie 2-2-1
    Orion Happy Park is the facility where Orion Beer (Okinawa's most famous beer) is brewed; visitors can enjoy a guided tour of the brewery, and then enjoy tasting Orion Beer after the tour (soft drinks are available for children and designated drivers). Orion Happy Park has its own restaurant-Yanbaru no Mori-where visitors can enjoy beer that has been made on the premises and delicious food made with local ingredients (it is possible to visit the Park just to use the restaurant). The brewery tour takes around 60 minutes. Visitors can book the tour in advance by telephone or through the Park's website.
  • Okinawa Goya Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nakayama 894-9
    Okinawa Goya Park is a Goya (bitter melon) theme park located in Nago City. Goya can be cultivated all year round using hydroponics; the Park sells Goya Tea and hand-made Goya Chips. Besides Goya, a variety of other plants are grown in the Park, including the long, thin Snake Gourd, tomatoes, native Okinawan fruits and vegetables, hibiscus, etc.; visitors can view the cultivation of these plants from close to. The Park store sells Goya Tea, hand-made Goya Chips, Goya Soft Ice-cream, etc.
  • Michi no Eki Kyoda (Yanbaru Bussan Center)
    82 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kyoda 17-1
    Michi no Eki Kyoda is a roadside rest and shopping facility in Nago City on National Highway 58. It sells fresh fruit and vegetables delivered directly to the Center by local farmers, as well as local specialty products and souvenir gifts. There is a food court and food stalls, with a comprehensive range of delicious Okinawan dishes available to eat. Michi no Eki Kyoda also has a comprehensive range of other facilities, including a highway information counter, rest lounge, and nap room.

    Cool place to stop before you get to Nago. Kinda expensive. Easy to get lost in I would stick together if traveling as a group.

  • Bankoku Shinryokan
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kise 1792
    "Approximately a three-minute walk after getting off of the Busena Terrace airport limousine bus, this international conference hall is located at the tip of Cape Busena in the center of Okinawa's main island. Its name comes from an inscription engraved on the large temple bells of Shuri Castle's main hall, it means ""a bridge linking to the world."" It is famous as the venue used for the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit in 2000. The retro building built with uniquely Okinawan materials is its characteristic. In addition to international conferences, the hall is also used for academic symposiums. With a cafe terrace, they offer Okinawan cuisine including the most popular Ryukyu tricolor pancakes."
  • Haneji no Eki Roadside Station
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Makiya 763-1
    Haneji no Eki Roadside Station is located in Nago City in the northern part of Okinawa’s main island. It is popular as a place where you can purchase vegetables and fruits directly from producers, with mangoes and pineapples available in the summer and citrus fruits and fresh “Yambaru” eggs available in winter, among other items. The restaurants offer popular local dishes such as Haneji chicken and chicken-and-egg rice bowls made using Yambaru eggs. Various events and promotions are held as well, making this a fun place to stop by.
  • Orion Beer Park Yanbaru no Mori
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Agarie 2-2-1 In Orion Happy Park
    Orion Beer boasts the largest beer market share in Okinawa. Near Nago Castle Park is “Orion Happy Park,” which contains both the Orion factory and the restaurant “Yanbaru no Mori.” Enjoy cuisine full of Okinawan ingredients and wash it down with some fresh Orion Beer. There’s also a set menu, so there’s no need to be a beer drinker to enjoy yourself.
  • Yagaji Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Prefecture
    Linking Yagaji-shima (Yagaji Island) with Ou-jima (Ou Island), Yagaji Bridge is 300 meters long. There is a pedestrian walkway on the bridge, so visitors can enjoy impressive views of the sea, which is still relatively shallow quite a long way out from the shore.
  • Kise no Chinbora
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Kise 115-2KISEBEACHPALACE
    Kise no Chinbora is an Izakaya (bar-restaurant) located on the First Floor of the Kanehide Kise Beach Palace hotel, which is situated facing Nago Bay just off National Highway 58 in Kise, Nago City. The “Chinbora” in the name is an Okinawan word meaning “small spiral shell.” Kise no Chinbora serves a variety of Okinawan dishes, many of them making use of fresh seafood caught in Nago Bay, which is directly in front of the hotel. Visitors can also enjoy unique cocktails made using Awamori (an Okinawan alcoholic beverage).
  • Cookhal
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nago 4607 - 1 Agoor Park
    Cookhal is a café located inside the Nago Agri Park, near the Neo Park Okinawa zoo in Nago City. The café offers a wide range of dishes, mostly made using vegetables grown in the Agri Park and other ingredients produced in the Yanbaru region. Visitors can also purchase pickles and other processed foods made from Yanbaru-grown vegetables, as well as fresh seasonal vegetables, etc.
  • Kouriohashi Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunnakijinson Kouri
    Kouriohashi Bridge is a 1,960 meter-long bridge that links Kouri-shima (Kouri Island) with Yagaji-shima (Yagaji Island). Since the Bridge opened in 2005, it has become a very popular place to enjoy an exciting drive in which you seem almost to be driving across the sea itself. Driving over the bridge really is a very pleasant experience, as you get superb views of the emerald green ocean and can feel the sea breeze.
  • Mukashi Mukashi noodle restaurant
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nakayama 694-1
    Mukashi Mukashi is an Okinawan Soba noodle restaurant located on Prefectural Highway 84 in Nakayama, Nago City. The restaurant’s Okinawan Soba noodles, which use noodles made in-house using charcoal and broth that has a pronounced taste of Bonito fish, are topped with a variety of vegetables grown by the restaurant owner, including mugwort, etc. Mukashi Mukashi’s “Island Vegetables Soba Noodles,” which uses lots of seasonal vegetables, and which enables diners to enjoy the fresh taste of just-picked vegetables, is also a popular menu item.
  • Shima Donuts
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Isagawa 270
    Shima Donuts is a specialist donut shop on Prefectural Highway 71 in Isagawa, Nago City. The donuts sold here are made mainly from local ingredients, including bean curd (a by-product produced during the manufacturing of Okinawan-style tofu), soybean milk, brown sugar, etc., and the donuts are baked rather than fried. Around 10 different flavors are available, including plain, chocolate and coconut, and also Purple Yam flavor and Jiimami (peanut) flavor.
  • Higashi Shokudo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Ohigashi 2-7-1
    Higashi Shokudo located in a residential district in Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture is an old-fashioned restaurant with an exotic Okinawan atmosphere. You can enjoy Okinawan cuisine such as Okinawan soba noodles, goya chanpuru (stir-fried bitter gourd) and tebichi (pig’s feet), Okinawan red bean soup and about 20 types of shaved ice. Okinawan red bean soup using plump sweetened kidney beans stewed slowly for a long time and the delicate and melt-in-the-mouth ice are superb.
  • Neo Park Okinawa
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nago 4607-41
    Neo Park Okinawa located in Nago City, the northern part of Okinawa Prefecture, is a natural botanical and zoological park. Animals and plants from tropical areas such as Central and South America, Oceania and Africa are grown without heat insulation by utilizing Okinawa’s rich climate and natural features. The free range farming method on the large property is like being in nature itself. You can enjoy an interactive animal experience unlike other flora and fauna parks.
  • Shisa Park Ryukyu Gama
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Bimata 479-5
    This facility specializing in shisa (guardian lions) is located along Prefectural Route 84 in Biimata, Nago City. In Okinawa’s largest shisa shop, they carry over 10,000 shisa made by the hands of artists throughout the prefecture. In addition, there is also a theater where you can learn the history of shisa and an experiential workshop where you can make them.
  • Haneji Inland Sea
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Prefecture Nago City
    This inland sea located in Nago City is surrounded by the Motobu Peninsula, Yagaji Island, and Oujima Island. Tidal flats have formed in the inland sea, which is a habitat for shellfish and other rare organisms. The area has also been designated as a national Wildlife Protection Area due to the high number of migratory birds that visit. The Arashiyama Observatory in Goga, Nago City is known for its sweeping views of the inland sea.
  • Nago Castle Ruins
    Travel / Tourism
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nago
    These castle ruins are located in Nago, Nago City. It was the site of Nago Castle, which is believed to have been the castle of Nago Aji, who ruled the region in the early 14th century. Currently, the entire area around the castle has been developed into Nago Central Park. It is well-known for having Japan's earliest-blooming Kanhi-zakura cherry trees. The park's more than 20,000 Kanhi-zakura cherries bloom starting around mid-January. The Nago Cherry Blossom Festival is held during the blooming season.

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