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People in Nakagusuku have a passion to contribute to the local community. With a belief that providing great products and services is the key to a thriving community. Introduced in this section are theshops, products and services of this charming village; Nakagusuku.

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Kinakoya


  • At Kinakoya, you will discover a wide variety of sweets and bread. Everyone loves Kinakoya’ s smooth Ryukyu Purin (pudding), made with soya milk, no egg! Ryukyu Purin has 3 different flavors: Kokuto (sugar cane), Beniimo (sweetpotato) and Mango.
  • Open10:00 ~ 17:00
  • address96 Tomari, Nakagusuku village
  • Closed Every second and fourth Wednesday

Ryukyu Raden


  • The traditional craftsman, Kiyoshi Miyagi, successfully reconstructed the “Ryukyu Raden,”the mother-of-pearl inlay technique, which flourished in the Ryukyu Kingdom era. Whetting the great green turban shell down to a fine 0.07 of a millimeter and laying that individually onto lacquer-ware requires a highly skilled technique and knowledge
  • Open10:00 ~ 18:00
  • address247 Aza Yagi, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedPublic holidays(Please call in advance before for your visit)

Rakuen Okinawa


  • Tropical fruit trees and organic vegetables are grown and sold. Many unique fruits such as winter harvest mangoes, jumbo guava, and dates are also grown here. Dates are rich in folic acid, widely recommended for pregnant women.
  • Open9:00 ~ 17:00
  • address786 Okuma, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedSundays

Nakatomi - Homemade Sweets -


  • Nakatomi’ s “Taimo (Taro) pie” has a short-crust texture and rustic sweetness. The place also offers steamed sponge cake and the mochi (Japanese rice cake) of Taimo, which contains calcium and is rich in fiber.
  • Open8:00 ~ 18:00
  • address162 Aza Minamiuebaru, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedOpen daily except otherwise notified.

Hagoromo Farm


  • The only place in Okinawa that produces dairy goat products, such as cheese, yoghurt, soap and more. Mixing the milk from various breeds of the goats to achieve quality assured products.
  • Open 8:30 ~ 18:20
  • address985-1 Kitauebaru, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedOpen daily

Patisserie Petit Sweet


  • Dazzling chocolates, colorful macaroons, working patissiers in the background. Petit Sweet offers a wide variety of cakes and confectionary. “Roche Brown Cake” is a popular cake amongst both ladies and gentlemen.
  • Open 9:00 ~ 20:30
  • address581-3 Aza Kitauebaru, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedEvery fourth Wednesday(except otherwise noticed)

Ryukyu Kurokoujiya


  • Moromi Vinegar has been awarded consecutively with the Monde Selection Gold Medal. Moromi vinegar is great for relieving fatigue, boosting metabolism and diet, as they are rich in citric and amino acid. You can have with soda water or simply drink it as it is.
  • Open9:00 ~ 18:00
  • address870-1 Kitauebaru, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedSaturdays & Sundays

Nakatomi - Homemade Sweets -


  • Nakatomi’ s “Taimo (Taro) pie” has a short-crust texture and rustic sweetness. The place also offers steamed sponge cake and the mochi (Japanese rice cake) of Taimo, which contains calcium and is rich in fiber.
  • Open8:00 ~ 18:00
  • address162 Aza Minamiuebaru, Nakagusuku village
  • ClosedOpen daily except otherwise notified.


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