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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.
Kahu-Si is a wine and sake bar located at Naha. Here wine, beer and sake tasting sessions take place. Variety of beers from all around the globe are available at Kahu-Si. The bar is very cozy, comfortable and small, a great place to hangout with friends and enjoy a glass of wine, beer or sake. The staff and service is very good, and very welcoming. Regular events and live sessions are held here in order to entertain guests. The food served is also good. A great place to be at for a weekend.
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.
Situated in the center of Kokusai Street, Zizake Yokocho is the perfect place to enjoy some awamori (locally crafted Okinawan sake) along with a smattering of traditional Okinawan tapas-style dishes after a long day of souvenir shopping. Accustomed to tourists, the pictures of the prix fixe menus help indecisive visitors choose which of these healthful dishes to sample, although items can also be ordered à la carte. This venue gets crowded during the tourist season so be sure to make reservations via their website. Live traditional music and dance performances occur three times nightly beginning at 6:30p, and patrons are welcome to join the dancers on the stage at the end of the set. Feel free to bring your own awamori for a JPY2000 bottle fee.