Near the center of Naha’s downtown, this old house was built as a radio station along the Yachimun (pottery) street after WW2. Enjoy our elegant cuisines and this tropical yet historic atmosphere.
We serve traditional Okinawan dishes with our head chef’s arrangements. The ingredients and seasonings we use for all dishes are local and organic, and we select the best ones for all seasons making our dishes vary from season to season.
The inclined building beside our property is the Agarinu Kama (East Kiln) and it is certified as the Important Cultural Property by the Japanese government. This kiln used to be shared by the local potters in Tsuboya district until the 70’s. The other Important Cultural Property is the old house, which you can look down from the front garden. It is called Aragakike Jutaku (The Aragaki Residence) and was built in the late 19th century as the Aragaki pottery’s workshop and residence. Surrounded by tropical plants and the historic Important Cultural Properties, enjoy your relaxed and elegant time with our authentic Okinawan foods and drinks.