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AEON Naha Shopping Centerイオン 那覇店

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Okinawa Naha-shi Kanagusuku 5-10-2 (Naha / Southern OkinawaArea)

phone 0988521515

Review of Aeon Naha Shopping Center

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/12/23 Naha Aeon Mall
The mall is okay, seems a little old but you can find almost everything u need there. Good thing is the mall is sheltered all the way from the monorail station all the way to the mall, good place to...
Reviewed:2019/09/04 An ordinary shopping
We went there because it is very convenience with the connection to the nearby monorail station with covered link bridge (around 1 minute walk) and heavy rain outside. Some facilities for children so...
Reviewed:2019/07/02 Long opening hours in Naha and supermarket is great
Like the long opening hours of this AEON Department store in city centre of Naha! Its just next to Oroku Station (Station number 3) of YUI rail with a direct covered footbridge connecting the station...

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Address
Okinawa Naha-shi Kanagusuku 5-10-2 [ map ]
Area
Naha / Southern OkinawaArea
Phone
0988521515
Regular holiday
open everday

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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