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With special guest DJs and performers, it's no wonder that Club Twister in Ginowan City reaches its 700-person capacity. Only open on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the cover charge for men is generally JPY2000, whereas women are usually charged around JPY1500. The vast dance floor accommodates all styles of dancing, including occasional salsa nights and belly-dancing or break dancing performances. See the website for special promotions, like all-you-can-drink deals, and prices.
In the busy city of Haebaru east of Naha City, Southern Hills Sports World provides a day of amusement for the sporty family. The facility includes an ice skating rink, a bowling alley, batting cages and a restaurant. Fees are different for each of the different activities, but range from JPY200 for the batting cages and JPY1400 for skates.
After studying hard and going through back-breaking project work, young boys and girls can let their hair down at Epica Nightclub in Matsuyama, Naha City. This is one of the biggest music clubs in Okinawa. You get to listen to some of the best DJ music here and catch some special events organized by the club. It is furnished with state-of-the-art technology in lighting and has a unique décor with an indomitable outer space theme. They have various VIP category services for special guests. To avail of these facilities, one has to book in advance at the given contact number on their website. Guests have to carry valid age proof to enter the nightspot.
The Kotoran Spa at the NaHaNa Hotel offers a variety of spa treatments for all of your needs. Kotoran is unique in its fusion of traditional Japanese methods (such as hinoki, the Japanese cypress baths) and Western practices, and makes good use of its on-site water sources to provide mineral, thermal, and seawater treatments. There are separate facilities for men and for women, which include Jacuzzis, saunas, and other beauty and relaxation therapies to complete the ultimate pampering experience.
At the Busena Marine Park on the southern outskirts of Nago City, tourists and locals alike can go underwater to explore the coral that thrives in the ocean, or board a glass-bottom boat to admire what lies beneath. The observatory looks like a tube perched off the coast of the island, and takes visitors down to the ocean floor for a panoramic view of Okinawa's marine life. Glass-bottom boats that go further out are on the beach.