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Takanoha Naha

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Takanoha Naha Description

Located near Miebashi Station in Naha, Takanoha Naha is a hidden gem offering a delightful fusion of Japanese cuisine with a touch of Okinawan influence. The restaurant boasts a cozy and inviting ambiance, perfect for a relaxing dining experience. As you step inside, you are greeted by traditional Japanese decor, creating a serene atmosphere that sets the stage for a memorable meal.

What sets Takanoha Naha apart is its exquisite menu featuring a variety of authentic Japanese dishes and sushi, meticulously prepared to tantalize your taste buds. From beautifully crafted sushi rolls to flavorful sashimi platters, each dish showcases the freshest ingredients and expert culinary skills. The restaurant's commitment to quality and attention to detail shine through in every bite, making it a must-visit for food enthusiasts looking to savor the essence of Japanese cuisine with a unique Okinawan twist. Whether you're a sushi aficionado or simply looking to explore new flavors, Takanoha Naha promises a culinary journey that will leave you craving for more.

Takanoha Naha Overview


2-chome-11-15 Maejima, Naha, Okinawa 900-0016


+81 (0) 98-917-2236


3 minute walk from Miebashi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Takanoha Naha Reviews

Takanoha Naha Google Average Rating



I was able to fully enjoy the taste of Japanese spring in Okinawa, which felt like early summer!

I can't get enough of this unexpected and happy betrayal!

Sea bream covered in light snow-like salt and shikwasa,
A handful of small sea bream scented with cherry blossoms

Crispy grilled sweet sea bream scales
The fluffy grilled meat
It was an art level!

In addition to the careful cooking by the host,
The hospitality of the proprietress and his wife
There are probably many customers who come to see the two of them.

As recommended
I received everything
I don't feel like I've eaten too much
This is probably because they carefully select really good ingredients.

Thank you for the meal!










I came to Okinawa to visit this store.

The products I bought online were so delicious.
I heard rumors that the Japanese food here is the best, so I couldn't resist.
I want to go.

In a calm atmosphere
The owner and the landlady are both very polite.
While plating each item one by one.
There is also an explanation and you can watch the product being made at the counter.
I was excited and waited.

Fresh sea urchin, salmon roe, and sashimi
The luxurious TKG makes you want to come back again.
got it.

And on the way home
Also, I purchased it online.
Purchase Chirimen Sansho!

It was really delicious!
It was a feast!
I'll come back later! !

came 2 years ago
Visited the store again after coming to Okinawa.
This is definitely a store.

This time, the counter was filled with groups.
We had a relaxing meal at a seat in the back.

The food here is of course delicious.
The warmth of the couple is the best thing.
It is no exaggeration to say that I came here to meet this couple.

Thank you again for the delicious meal.
Thank you for the meal.


You can enjoy truly delicious Japanese food in Okinawa!

All of them are of a high standard, and it's no wonder they're number one on Tabelog.

It was a great satisfaction.

Sashimi and sushi,

The freshly cooked rice was delicious!!

The hot sake selected by the proprietress was also great!


A store I definitely wanted to visit when I came to Okinawa
He is particular about the ingredients,
I think each item is done with great care.
It was very delicious!
I'll see you again.

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