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Onna no Eki Nakayukui Marketおんなの駅なかゆくい市場

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Onna no Eki Nakayukui Market is a local produce direct-sales market located by the side of National Highway 58, offering a wide range of local specialty products from Onna Village; the products on sale include fresh vegetables and fruit picked in the village, as well as handicraft products. Marine products are also on sale, including locally-caught Sea Grapes (Caulerpa Lentillifera), sashimi, tempura, etc. There are also quite a few places to eat in the market, including restaurants selling Okinawan Soba Noodles and Sata Andagi (Okinawan sweet deep-fried buns), fruit bars, etc.

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place Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunonnason Nakadomari 1656-9
phone 0989641188

Review of Onna Station Nakayukui Market

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Reviewed:2018/10/23 Lots to Eat and Shop
A great place to stop by as you drive up Route 58, we stopped by after visiting Cape Maeda enroute to Cape Manzamo for more sightseeing. Lots of car parks available for free and it's a great place to...
Reviewed:2018/07/22 Fresh salmon and seafood
Price reasonable and great place to have lunch/ breakfast. Price roughly at about 700-900yen
Would love to revisit the place again.
Reviewed:2018/05/01 Great sashimi
Went here with our dive guide after diving. What a treat!

Maguro-don / Tuna sashimi bowl with soup and a draft beer for JPY1000.

Find a picnic table in the courtyard and enjoy!

(And for those who...



Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunonnason Nakadomari 1656-9 [map]



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