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Kokusaidori street is a popular main street in Naha, Okinawa, that is visited by many foreign and local tourists. The street was called as "The Miracle Mile", because of its rapid development after the post-war era. With its 1.6 kilometer length, the street is packed with many souvenir shops, variety store, and restaurants. A local festival like Eisa is held on this street ever year in the summer, and once you enter the alley, you can feel the retro atmosphere of an old shopping street. Kokusaidori street is a great sightseeing spot that is fun to explore!
- 3-2-1 Makishi, Naha-shi, Okinawa
- Contact No.
- Just a short walk away from Kencho-mae station or Makishi station on Yui-rail (Okinawa monorail)
- Official Website
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A representative and big shopping street in Okinawa
If you're looking for souvenir shops in Okinawa, this is the place! In Kokusai-dori, there are specialized stores of "Awamori (Okinawa's local alcohol) or salts and brown sugars made in Okinawa. Throughout the street, you can also find shops to buy traditional crafts and variety goods made from Okinawa's local materials.
Taste Okinawa's local gourmet!
Kokusai-dori is definitely a big gourmet street where Okinawa's delicious foods are available. So foods in a lot of categories are waiting for you such as Okinawa specialties "Soki soba" or "Rafuthy", sweets like "Chinsukou" or "Beniimo tart", and other genuine Okinawa dishes. You will surely find something for your lunch or dinner.
Backstreets full of traditional Okinawa things
One street away from Kokusai-dori, there are back streets scattered where local people come for shopping such as Heiwa-dori, Ichiba Chuou-dori, and Kosetsu Ichiba. Crowded with tourists and local people everyday, you'll enjoy it even if you only stroll through them. And you don't need to worry about rains as these are covered arcades.