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Restaurant Fugetsu Naha Airport (レストラン風月 那覇空港店)

3.5

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Okinawa Naha-shi Kagamizu 150 Naha Airport Domestic Flight Terminal Building ANA Side 4F (Naha / Southern OkinawaArea)

phone 0988577870

Review of Restaurant Fugetsu Naha Airport

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/07/11 Excellent Rice Bowl
For airport food, this place is really tasty. The food is prepared fresh and they will pack it to go if you plan to eat it on your flight. Our rice bowls were excellent.
Reviewed:2017/04/19 Nice food and view
Right located at the gate of Okinawa - Domestic terminal of Naha Airport, the food was great but dont expect any services.
Reviewed:2017/02/23 Delicious and value-for-money
Enjoyed their kaisendon (rice with raw seafood) a lot! It cost about 1,650 yen. For this quality, I think some restaurants would price it at 2,000 yen or more. Will eat it again if I happen to go...

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Address
Okinawa Naha-shi Kagamizu 150 Naha Airport Domestic Flight Terminal Building ANA Side 4F [map]
Area
Naha / Southern OkinawaArea
Phone
0988577870
Business hours
6:30-20:30(L.O.20:00)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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