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Where to go in OKINAWA? - A Fresh Travel Guide -

This travel guide is full of the charm and sights of Okinawa, a trendy distination right now.
Based on three different travel themes, a variety of spots have been carefully selected to allow you to customize your trip to suit your own style of travel.

Enjoy the delicious taste of fresh Okinawan vegetables in style


Shokudo Faidama is an Okinawan restaurant located near to Makishi Public Market, also known as the “Naha’s Kitchen,” and Ukishima Street, with its rows of stylish select shops that carry a wide range of fashionable items. The most popular menu items are the “Teishoku” set meals, which make extensive use of ingredients from Ishigaki Island (the original home of the restaurant’s proprietress) and other parts of Okinawa Prefecture. The restaurant has gained a following of numerous repeat customers who visit regularly to enjoy its authentic Okinawan cuisine, which changes on a fortnightly basis. The food—with its generous helpings of vegetables, arranged beautifully on traditional Yachimun (Okinawan Pottery) bowls and plates—is also highly photogenic, making for fantastic snapshots.

Shokudo Faidama

Address: 1F,2-12-14 Matsuo, Naha-shi, Okinawa
Website: None
Hours: 11am to 3pm(until set meals have sold out)
Closed: Mondays & Tuesdays


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