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Shopping Spots in Nago Area

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Chura Terrace
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Sumuide 1311
    This facility has eating establishments such as garden restaurant and parlor; shops selling Okinawa souvenirs and original knick-knacks; and even an area where you can barbecue. A place where you can enjoy the superb view of Okinawa's main island, renting a bicycle and strolling around the area could make your trip enjoyable. It is located close to Kouri Ohashi Bridge, Sumuide Beach and mangrove forests.
  • Okashi Goten (Nago Shop)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nagoshi Nakayama 1024-1
    This theme park combines facilities such as “Dino Park at Anettai-no-Mori,” the first facility in the prefecture based on dinosaurs, and the “Okinawa History and Folklore Museum,” where you can see valuable materials from Okinawa’s history. A rich variety of sweets line the interior of the large store, and there is also a parlor and restaurants where you can eat Okinawan cuisine and all-you-can-eat yakiniku BBQ.
  • Lawson Nago Isagawa
    Okinawa Nago-shi Isagawa Obukuro 1004-1
  • Lawson Nago Agarie
    Okinawa Nago-shi Agarie 4-24-28
  • Lawson Nago Miyazato
    Okinawa Nago-shi
  • Lawson Meio Daigaku Mae
    Okinawa Nago-shi Biimata 1220-25
  • Lawson Nago O Nakamise
    Okinawa Nago-shi Onaka 3-2-3
  • Lawson Nago Umusa
    Okinawa Nago-shi Umusanomori 4-1-2
  • Lawson Nago Agarie 5Chome
    Okinawa Nago-shi Agarie 5-22-20
  • Lawson Nago Ohigashi 1Chome
    Okinawa Nago-shi Ohigashi 1-21-12
  • Lawson Nago Bypass
    Okinawa Nago-shi Yabu 1711-1
  • Lawson Nago Henoko
    Okinawa Nago-shi Henoko 1010-68
  • Lawson Nago High School Mae
    Okinawa Nago-shi Onishi 5-16-13
  • Lawson Nago Umusanomori
    Okinawa Nago-shi Umusanomori 1-17-12
  • Lawson Nago Goga
    Okinawa Nago-shi Goga 564-1
  • Lawson Nago Onishi 3Chome
    Okinawa Nago-shi Onishi 3-19-29
  • Lawson Nago Okita
    Okinawa Nago-shi Okita 3-30-23
  • Lawson Kariyushi Beach Resort
    Okinawa Nago-shi Kise 1996

Okinawa Main Areas


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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