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Blue Seal

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  • Café

While strolling down Naha's Kokusai Street, stop by one of the Blue Seal ice-cream shops that pop up along the strip—enjoying a soft-serve...

Chuzan

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  • Japanese

This simple tavern serves inexpensive Okinawa favorites such as goya champuru (a stir-fry using bitter melon); Korean-style bibimbap,...

Goya

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  • Japanese

The wooden walls of this rustic establishment are full of alcoves holding everything from dolls to farm implements to ancient jugs full...

Hateruma

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  • Japanese

In a traditional house with a tile roof, this lively izakaya-style restaurant with a helpful picture menu also has fun music and dance...

Helios Pub

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  • Eclectic

This microbrewery and pub serves up five tasty home brews along with hearty snacks like Okinawan-style seafood salads and herb-seasoned...

Imagine Café

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  • Café

Next to Yonehara Beach, Imagine Café is the perfect place to get out of the sun for a while and have some great food. Pastas and pizzas...

Mafali Cafe

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  • Eclectic

Hidden on the second floor of a building behind the Makishi Station, this laid-back oasis has good food, great music, and a chill staff...

Mutsumi

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  • Japanese

This greasy spoon has been serving some of the island's best fare since 1958, with endearing drawings on the walls serving as a handy...

Ukishima Garden

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  • Vegetarian

The longevity of Okinawans has gained worldwide attention. One key is a diet rich in local fruits and vegetables such as shiquasa and...

Usagi-Ya

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  • Japanese

Ishigaki's finest example of Okinawan izakaya cooking—where many small dishes add up to a sensational meal—is offered here. Be sure...

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