Novotel Okinawa Naha - Family & Business trip hotel - Tsuboya Yachimun Street

Tsuboya Yachimun Street

Okinawa is known for its pottery (yachimun in the local dialect), and the most famous type is from Tsuboya district. With cobblestone paths, red-tiled homes, stone walls and praying spots, this street transports passersby to 17th-century Naha. Browse antique stores, traditional diners and pottery studios selling yachimun shisa (guardian lion-dogs). Tsuboya is 11 minutes from the hotel by car.

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