Henza Nikuya | Japanese
After decades of doing business as a butcher in Osaka, the whole family moved to Henza Island to open a top-notch Wagyu beef restaurant in November 2018. It’s extremely hard to find these best grades (A5 or A4) brand-name Wagyu beef in Okinawa. And thanks to the supplier network they have, you can enjoy these high quality Wagyu for a very descent price.Read More ›
Sushi Yaginuma | Japanese
A new Edo-style sushi bar in Naha, opened in 2018. In the simple, cozy place with Just 8 seats at the counter and 2 tables, the young owner chef serves his authentic, yet creative, Omakase sushi courses that he goes great lengths to.Read More ›
Tenka | Japanese
Located in the middle of bar district of Matsuyama, Naha, Tenka provides authentic Edo-style tempura courses over the counter. Enjoy the crispy light tempura right out of the fryer.Read More ›
Sushi Izumi | Japanese
A new sushi bar of Edo-style sushi by a Okinawan chef.Read More ›
Ohki Kaisanbutsu | Japanese
Located on Route 6 in Yomitan, Ohki Kaisanbutsu is one of the best Okinawan seafood restaurants. Operated by one of the oldest fish suppliers on the island.Read More ›
Sushi Kawaji | Japanese!
One of the best sushi bars in Okinawa. Great For casual sushi dining or for special occasions.Read More ›
Fu An | Japanese!
Fu An used to be a Okinawa Soba restaurant. They became so popular and the owner got tired of it. He wanted to provide more personal experience where you can enjoy the quality traditional food and Okinawa pottery. So they changed the concept. Reservation required. Only 1 party at a time. Omakase course only.Read More ›
Okinawa Dai-ichi Hotel | Japanese!
Hearty, healthy, traditional Okinawan cuisine by a local family-operated hotel. Just off the bustle of Kokusai Street.Read More ›
Vegeful Lunch Cafe | Japanese!
Lunch buffet with organic local fresh vegetables by a former greengrocer. Comes with organic tea and coffee too. Great place to be stuffed with energetic veggies.Read More ›
Ai Ai Farm | japanese!
Ai Ai Farm is an agricultural production corporation, located in an elementary school which has been closed down in Nakijin. They have restaurant, lodging, shops and workshops of their handmade products.Read More ›
Tsukiji Aozora the 3rd | JAPANESE
Tsukiji Aozora the 3rd is an Edo-style sushi bar in Tsukiji, Tokyo, which now has a location in Naha. They are a joint venture by the Tsukiji supplier who has been in business for a hundred years and the Sushi chef with 40 years of experience.Read More ›
Tamaya | Japanese
Tamaya is one of the Japanese prawn farmers in Okinawa, which leads the country in its production. The restaurant serves fresh prawns in Japanese style.Read More ›
Nuji Bonbon Kushi | JAPANESE
The second restaurant of a very popular restaurant in Naha, Nuji Bonbon Z. Featuring their signature black curry and skewered fries.Read More ›
"Offal Nabe" Ripalo | JAPANESE
“Nabe” means pot in Japanese. But it also refers to a Japanese dining style where you have one pot cooking in the center and everybody shares it. If you are into offal, you should try this restaurant.Read More ›
Sans Souci | JAPANESE
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.Read More ›
Manmi | JAPANESE
When you come to Okinawa, eat pork. And Manmi is the pork specialist. It’s Yaki-Niku, a Japanese style of grill-your-own-meat BBQ.Read More ›
Tenpusu Charcoal-Grill | JAPANESE
Eat fresh, eat local! Tenpusu Charcoal Grill in Ginoza uses more than half of their ingredients from local farmers and fishermen.Read More ›
Sakae Ryori-Ten | JAPANESE
Creative Japanese cooking with local and seasonal Okinawa foods. A very wide variety of Okinawa local liquor, Awamori.Read More ›
Cafe Garamanjaku | JAPANESE
Hearty vegetarian cuisine from ancient wisdom. Enjoy Okinawa’s longevity food in a beautiful Okinawan old house cafe.Read More ›
Umiyuri | JAPANESE
Japanese people don’t eat sushi and tenpura everyday. This is the kind of food we have everyday. Hearty homy everyday cooking with a bit of Asian influence.Read More ›