Tsuboya Pottery Street
One of the best parts of Naha is this neighbourhood, a centre of ceramic production from 1682, when Ryūkyū kilns were consolidated here...
Tsuboya Pottery Museum
In Tsuboya, you will find the excellent Tsuboya Pottery Museum, which contains some fine examples of traditional Okinawan pottery. Here...
Naha City Traditional Arts & Crafts Center
Right on Kokusai-dōri, this place houses a notable collection of traditional Okinawan crafts by masters of the media. Staff members...
Uchina Chaya Buku Buku
This incredibly atmospheric teahouse near the east end of the Tsuboya pottery area is worth a special trip. It takes its name from the...
Daichi Makishi Kōsetsu Ichiba
We highly recommend a meal at one of the eateries on the 2nd floor of this food market. Just have a look at what the locals are eating...
Lonely Planet review
Around 4km east of the city centre is a Chinese-style garden containing stone bridges, a viewing pavilion and a villa that belonged to the Ryūkyū royal family. Despite its flawless appearance, everything was painstakingly rebuilt after WWII. To reach the garden, take bus 2, 3 or 5 to the Shikinaen-mae stop (¥220, 20 minutes).