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“"Pork egg rice ball head office" is a rice ball shop with the international street was a little south. Some of square rice balls, and the seasoning of the pork that was firm, fried eggs. Well even to snack walk eat ♪ feel free to buy 200 yen, to buy two or more, also for lunch to eat outside good!”
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Restaurant mit Essen für die Seele
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“名護の美味しいハンバーガー屋さんです!海沿いルートだと、家にいく道にありますよ♪アメリカンな本格ハンバーガーをお手軽に楽しめます!駐車場が狭いので、気をつけて行ってくださいね。”
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“Koza music town is where you can check out the Okinawan rock scene. There are a variety of live music venues herein. ”
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“In the "Steak House 88" is located in exactly per the middle of the international street, you can eat the Ishigaki beef fillet steak. Okinawa is grazing in the island growing calves, that of a delicious robust enough to be introduced as a number of brand cattle.”
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“Continuing the international street toward from the prefectural government to Makishi, there is strikingly conspicuous orange-colored building in the middle that is "A & W Kokusai Street Makishi store". After a little tired of walking eating of sweets, let's go down the street in one hand a spicy "curly fries".”
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“A casual Italian shop, Yomitan Village, is nearby and about 10 minutes by car. There is a parlor seat. It is a popular store for children because of picture books and toys. This store is popular with locals. We recommend that you make a reservation before coming to the store. Map code 1005 627 893”
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“A&W There is only to Okinawa in the first fast food restaurant in Japan. Fast Food grew up coming from the United States in Okinawa.”
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