The largest shopping mall in Okinawa. Has a useful website which sets out the various buses and timing to go to/fro the mall. The mall will also give you a free bus ticket back to Naha airport or bus terminal if you spend more than JPY5,000 but bus tickets are redeemed on a 'while stocks last' basis.
We went on Saturday afternoon via taxi. Thought it will be crowded as we had to wait at traffic junction for a quite a while. Mall was crowded but plenty of seats to rest a while between shopping. Clean toilets with many cubicles too.
Shopping variety - OK. Has common brands such as H&M, Gap, Uniqlo, Skechers, Sanrio Gift Shop, Fancl, DHC, Crocs, Forever 21, Samantha Vega, Desigual, etc. Has a big Mont-bell store but I came out empty handed. Daiso, which has its standalone building is also supposed to be the biggest Daiso in Okinawa. Also find a few shops which were new but interesting to me such as Jardin, Earth Music & Ecology Nature Store, Illusie300 (everything for JPY300), Hare no hi (nice umbrellas), etc. Only places with queues were Uniqlo and Daiso.
Food - Good. Lots of variety. Initially wanted to find Lanai Café but lost our orientation and ended up in Gourmet World. Many empty table and seats in Gourmet World. Similar concept as Tokyo Skytree. Need to return tray to store after eating. Also bought delicious melon-pan from World’s Second Best Freshly Baked Melon-pan Ice Cream. Not much queue for food too.
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