In Yomitan on Route 6 is a high-class French style patisserie with nicely-decorated, gentle sweets and quiche with local organic vegetables. The Patissier worked as a dessert chef at G8 Summit in 2000.
In American Village is a gorgeous real chocolate cafe where they handmade everything from beans to bars in the house.
Pain de Kaito is on your way to the aquarium in Nago. A good variety of bread and pastry. A good place to pick up your breakfast before your drive to the northern territory.
The creative vegan foods and sweets that energize your body and mind. “Food is energy wave.” is the chef’s motto. She puts her gratitude on the wave she sends.
In the corner of farmer’s market in Ginoza is Cream Cream. A little soft serve ice cream shop with local fresh milk. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Located in the middle of farming field of Ginoza, Kino Store provides house-made sweets with selected ingredients. It’s very likely that they sell out in late afternoon.
An old Okinawan house cafe which features Ohagi, a very common sweets in Japan. It’s a kind of food that reminds us of our grandmothers.
A hybrid cafe of Kyoto tradition and Okinawa goodies. Enjoy Udon and rice bowl with high quality Japanese traditional broth. Japanese sweets are great too.
If you are from a coffee-rich city in the world, you will probably be disappointed at coffee here. There are still a few coffee shops that I can recommend. This is one of them.
Bakery that opens only once a week in Ginoza. The simple, yet, nourishing tasteful breads and cookies have repeating fans.
Nobody would expect an experienced baker is doing his business in such a hidden place.