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Frequently asked questions

What are the must-try foods in Naha?
Some of the top recommended foods to try in Naha include Okinawan soba, Rafute (braised pork belly), goya champuru (bitter melon stir-fry), and soki soba (pork rib soup). These dishes are popular among locals and visitors alike, offering a taste of Okinawan cuisine.
What are the main attractions in Naha?
Some of the main attractions in Naha include Shuri Castle, Kokusai Street, Tamaudun Royal Mausoleum, and Shikinaen Royal Garden. These sites offer a glimpse into Naha's rich history and cultural heritage.
Is it easy to get around Naha without a car?
Yes, Naha is a pedestrian-friendly city with well-connected public transportation options. Visitors can use the monorail, buses, and taxis to explore the city and its surrounding areas without the need for a car.
What is the weather like in Naha throughout the year?
Naha has a subtropical climate with hot and humid summers, mild winters, and occasional rainfall throughout the year. The best times to visit are during the spring and fall months when the weather is more pleasant.
Are there any cultural customs to be aware of in Naha?
Visitors to Naha should be respectful of local customs, such as removing shoes before entering a home or temple, and bowing as a sign of respect. Learning a few basic Japanese phrases can also help in communicating with locals.
What are some recommended activities for families in Naha?
Families visiting Naha can enjoy exploring the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, taking a glass-bottom boat tour to see marine life, and visiting the Okinawa World theme park. These activities offer fun and educational experiences for all ages.

About Naha

Naha is the capital city of Okinawa Prefecture in Japan, located on the southern coast of Okinawa Island. The currency used in Naha is the Japanese Yen. Naha is known for its vibrant street markets, historic sites, and beautiful beaches. The city has a rich history influenced by both Japanese and Chinese cultures, evident in its architecture and cuisine. Visitors can explore Shuri Castle, Kokusai Street, and enjoy traditional Okinawan music and dance performances.

When to visit

The best time to visit Naha is during the spring months of March to May when the weather is mild and cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Another great time to visit is in the fall from September to November when the temperatures are pleasant and typhoon season has passed. Summers in Naha can be hot and humid, while winters are mild with occasional rainfall. It is advisable to check the weather forecast before planning your trip.

The best time to visit Naha is during the spring months of March to May when the weather is mild and cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Another great time to visit is in the fall from September to November when the temperatures are pleasant and typhoon season has passed. Summers in Naha can be hot and humid, while winters are mild with occasional rainfall. It is advisable to check the weather forecast before planning your trip.
Getting around

Getting around Naha is easy with its well-connected public transportation system. Visitors can use the monorail, buses, and taxis to navigate the city. Renting a car is also a popular option for exploring the surrounding areas of Okinawa Island. Walking and cycling are great ways to explore the city center and enjoy the local sights at a leisurely pace. Naha is a pedestrian-friendly city with many attractions within walking distance of each other.

Getting around Naha is easy with its well-connected public transportation system. Visitors can use the monorail, buses, and taxis to navigate the city. Renting a car is also a popular option for exploring the surrounding areas of Okinawa Island. Walking and cycling are great ways to explore the city center and enjoy the local sights at a leisurely pace. Naha is a pedestrian-friendly city with many attractions within walking distance of each other.
Traveller tips

When visiting Naha, be sure to try the local delicacies such as Okinawan soba, Rafute (braised pork belly), and goya champuru (bitter melon stir-fry). Respect the local customs and traditions, such as removing your shoes before entering a home or temple. Learn a few basic Japanese phrases to communicate with locals, as English may not be widely spoken. Stay hydrated and wear sunscreen, especially during the hot summer months. Be mindful of cultural differences and be courteous to the locals.

When visiting Naha, be sure to try the local delicacies such as Okinawan soba, Rafute (braised pork belly), and goya champuru (bitter melon stir-fry). Respect the local customs and traditions, such as removing your shoes before entering a home or temple. Learn a few basic Japanese phrases to communicate with locals, as English may not be widely spoken. Stay hydrated and wear sunscreen, especially during the hot summer months. Be mindful of cultural differences and be courteous to the locals.

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