Okinawa, full of infinite attractions.
Okinawa is a resort that has been loved not only by Japan, but also by neighboring countries ...
The largest gay resort town in East Asia.
Naha, Okinawa, a population of about 320,000 people, is not a big city in Japan, but there are about 40 gay bars and clubs in the area ...
- CIELOGay Bar
- A gay bar in Sakurazaka. The barkeeper, Sora is local Okinawan. The bar name means "Sky" in Spanish. Most customers are in their 20s to 40s. Karaoke lovers welcome. Open until late.
- 036Gay Bar
- A gay bar in Sakurazaka. Most of its customers range from well-built to plump. The barkeeper Osamu hosts "Bear’s Beach Party," which is held in June every year. The staff only speak Japanese.
- 8men okinawaGay Bar
- A gay bar on Okiei Street in Naha. All LGBTQ people are welcome at this shot bar, not just those who identify as gay. There is no cover charge. You only need to pay for the drinks to have a good time. The staff are proficient in English and always happy to chat with customers, so no need to be shy. There are seats outside, too, so you can enjoy the breeze of Okinawa while you drink.
- AnabelGay Bar
- A gay bar in Sakurazaka. The warm atmosphere of the barkeeper Takeshi, from Nagoya, gives the bar its color. Men of a wide range of ages, principally in their 30s and 40s, gather together here.
- It's...@cafe kitchen x ShinRestaurant
- A gay-friendly cafe and kitchen on Sakurazaka Slope, which is crammed full of gay bars. Offers a variety of cuisine, from Okinawan to creative cookery. On weekdays, there are also a plentiful set meal that changes daily. You can even stop by for a drink and eat on your way home, as it is open until late at night.
- SANDERGay Bar
- A gay bar in Sakurazaka. Guests are mainly larger men. SANDER is a meeting point of locals and tourists. The barkeeper can speak English. SANDER holds "Underwear night" on the first Sunday. You can put on underwear only in the bar.