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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.

French-style bread and desserts that make fantastic souvenirs


Boulangerie Pâtisserie Imai Pain is a popular local bakery, offering roughly 80 different varieties of freshly-baked breads, and both baked and unbaked treats and desserts. The bakery is owned by a married couple who underwent rigorous training in France as bread makers, and have won numerous prizes at competitions and so on. Two varieties that come particularly recommended as souvenirs to take home are the Shikinaen Rumanpei (a salt senbei ricecake finished into a French Florentine-style biscuit) and the Ryukyu Kingdom Teatime Cookie (which is made using 100% Miyakojima Kokuto brown sugar).

Boulangerie Pâtisserie Imai Pain

Address: 12-4 Maaji, Naha-shi, Okinawa
Website: https://imaipain.com
Hours: 7:30am to 7:30pm
Closed: Mondays (closed on the following weekday when Monday is a Japanese national holiday)


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