DOJO bar is an Okinawan Bar, a place that invites people to experience the culture and hospitality of Okinawa. Okinawa is the birthplace of karate and kobudo, DOJO bar helps in showing people the true essence of Okinawa. Apart from being a bar, Dojo bar also sells t-shirts designed and based on Okinawa culture. DOJO bar serves all types of alcohol and great food as well. Awamori and Habushu made from snake are also served here. The staff and service is great and very welcoming. A one of kind place worth experiencing when in Okinawa.
Helios Pub is a bar located in Okinawa, that serves various types of beers. Known for the various types of beers available, this place is a great hangout to be with friends and colleagues. Mostly full during weekends, the Goya beer is the most demanded beer. Various types of beers are available here, local as well as international craft beers. The prices are reasonable. The ambiance at Helios Pub is very lively and the service is great. A great place to relax and unwind by enjoying a glass of beer, with a variety to choose from.
November Library Bar is a restaurant and bar located at the Naha Terrace Hotel. The bar is a classy bar, which serves a varied range of cocktails, mocktails and a variety of whiskies. Apart from drinks, the bar also serves small meals. The ambiance of the bar is very cozy and comfortable. The interiors are done giving the bar a rustic look, with wooden furniture giving the sophisticated look it needs. The bar has a very vintage feel to it. One can relax and unwind with a drink over a weekend, making it the perfect spot.
This glitzy nightspot located in the Kume district in Okinawa sees a mixed crowd in its spacious confines. The nightclub has a resident DJ who plays several musical genres ranging from hip-hop and house to reggae and techno. Live musical performances are occasionally hosted here as well. With its groovy ambiance and theme nights, it is a popular choice for most weekend revelers.
Club Clutch in Naha, Okinawa is a must-visit place for young boys and girls looking to have fun with friends. Most clubs and bars host girls’ events/nights in the middle of the week, but at Club Clutch, they have events for girls not on any other days, but Fridays. Besides, they also give huge discounts to young women entering the club before midnight. Young women who plan to attend the special shows must check out the Club Clutch website for details. The club also hosts private parties and events.
Pizza & Wine Bar Coby is a place that offers authentic Pizza and a variety of wines from around the world. They serve an authentic Roman Pizza, which is the most expensive pizza and highly demanded pizza, the pizza is baked in a stone oven. The wines here are served from all round the world; they serve a variety of over 100 types of wines. The ambiance of this place is very lively and the staff is very welcoming and always greet guests with a smile. The service is fast, efficient and good. A great place for pizza and wine lovers.
Located near the Nakagami District, Otobola is a popular choice with weekend revelers. With its snazzy interiors and ambiance, replete with a revolving disco ball and trippy lighting, Otobola makes up the perfect atmosphere to dance the night away. Guest DJs make an appearance at this alternate music club, and energetic nights are a given.
A local favorite, the unassuming facade of Urizun hides a treasure trove of local Okinawan dishes within. Dark and dimly lit, Urizun has tatami mat floor seating as well as seats at the bar, both of which are perfect for cozying up to a group of friends. The chefs aren't shy about sharing the secrets of their recipes, as you can learn how to make some of their most popular dishes from the website. The small platters of food are meant to go with the aged awamori (Okinawan rice liquor), and the restaurant carries awamori from breweries all over Okinawa.
The funky and casual Mafali Cafe on Kokusai Street has a prix fixe menu and all-you-can-drink party specials, perfect for casual celebrations or a fun night out on the town. During the day, this bright cafe is the perfect place to get some dessert and take a break from shopping. At night, the dimly lit interior, brightly painted walls, and DJ perfect a party ambiance. Menu items worth trying include the Mafali Curry Soup and the tagine (a Middle Eastern dish named for the clay cooking vessel), both of which are difficult to find in Okinawa.