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oHacorté Bakeryオハコルテベーカリー


OHacorté Bakery is a bakery, restaurant, and general goods store all in one. It is managed by the fruit tart specialty shop “oHacorté.” You’ll see handmade bread made from natural yeast on display, as well as items made with the Okinawan ingredient laver (sea lettuce). The restaurant offers breakfast, dinner, and everything in between, and the recipes for the dishes are made public so that you can enjoy the cuisine at home as well. The seasonings and local vegetables used in the dishes are available for purchase.


Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Izumizaki 1-4-10 Kintetsu Building 1F

phone 0988691830


Review of Ohacorte Bakery

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Reviewed:2018/10/19 Lovely ambience- recommend the bakery but not food on main menu
The shop occupied several levels, each with a different concept. On the first floor, you could buy fresh produce, interesting wares such as biodegradable camping utensils, fresh bread from their...
Reviewed:2018/06/15 Trendy eatery place
Discover this Rrant randomly fr TripAdvisor. Not much comment yet. But I checked it out anyway.
I like the cafe, the decor it’s somewhat like Korean cafe style. The omelette breakfast is simple...
Reviewed:2018/05/30 Good breakfast but very slow breakfast
Came here for breakfast on one of the mornings I spent in Naha. Opted just for a simple breakfast set including coffee, but had to wait around 30 minutes for it to arrive. All quite tasty in the end...

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Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Izumizaki 1-4-10 Kintetsu Building 1F [map]



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