[On The Beach] cafe in Okinawa

On our second trip to Okinawa, we decided to visit some beach themed cafes. The first cafe we went to was “On The Beach Cafe” located at Motobu area.

It’s approximately an hour or more drive from Naha and around 7 minutes drive from the Churaumi Aquarium. I absolutely love the vibes in the cafe. It’s very relaxing and therapeutic with the music, the natural day light, spaciousness and occasional sea breeze and sound of waves. Life just simply wind down here.

Unfortunately we arrived right after heavy morning rain. Hence, the beach looks rather gloomy, with wet sand and dark sky. Otherwise, the expected views are really nice with turquoise blue sea (according to official website). ? 

Oh, the food was great too! We had both pancakes and pasta! Right after the meal, you can take a slow stroll along the beach too! Enjoy the video and trust me, it looks better in real life! 

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View of the beach from inside the cafe. It was a not-so-clean beach and doesn’t seem to be attracting many visitors. The cafe itself is actually located some distance away from the main road and we missed the small unpaved one-way single lane a couple of times.

Yummy pancakes. The cafe was relatively spacious even by Okinawa standard, but there weren’t too many people.

Have you been to any cafe in Okinawa? Do share with us here!

Jue Wee

Hi there! We are just a pair of Singaporean couple who have an extraordinary love for Japan travel. Our first visit to Japan was in 2011 and since then, we are addicted! With more than 18 F&E visits, we are happy to share our experiences and tips on Japanese travel, food, shopping and culture via this blog, especially with first-time visitors from Singapore to Japan. We would love to also interact with fellow Japan travel lovers and do feel free to drop us a line if you have queries, information to share or require assistance in your trip planning. Enjoy the ride on our JR Vacation! Jue Wee.

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