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Heiwa shopping dori is a covered shopping mall along Kokusai Street. There's shops selling fruits, Okinawan specialties like sea grapes, black/brown sugar, there are duty free drug stores, clothes shops, souvenir shops etc. It's a great option for shopping when it rains.
This is an unassuming marketplace where you can get all your souvenirs and Okinawan snacks at a cheaper price than at the more popular and trendier Kokusai Street nearby. This is also the place where we found our favourite eatery with sit-down tatami dining at...More
This was a great place to spend a couple hours walking around and getting some shopping done. Everything from food, market, to souvenirs. Go first thing in the morning to avoid crowds but not everything will be open yet.
This is a huge indoor market area located in downtown Naha and full of all kinds of tacky shops selling mainly street food and souvenirs. I was content with about 20 mins of wandering through, but you might need longer if you actually intend to...More
If you would like to get a better feel of the local culture, then get off of Kokusai and Heiwadori and venture into the side streets. You will find dried habu (snakes) for sale, and fresh popular local foods like jimami (peanut) tofu at very...More
It’s located within kokusai dori . And makishi market is also within the area.
Lotsa of local delicacies like their deep fried brown brown sugar ,fresh local catch sashimi , local pineapple and many more . Their sashimi were really fresh and worth the money...More
Apart from the similar kind of stuff available, I feel it's so much smaller scale than those in other parts of Japan. We got bored and tired after a short while. It's good to visit, but don't pin high hopes. Things aren't exactly that cheap,...More
This place has everything from small quaint shops to store with brand name items. The place to go for Okinawan souvenirs and sampling popular foods. I loves the salt ice cream and pineapple on a stick. Was able to purchase kimonos for family back home.