Mihama American Village, Chatan-cho

(3.4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Find a bit of the good old U-S-A at Mihama American Village, an extensive entertainment complex containing restaurants, shops, theaters, and more catering to the large American military presence on the island. Pay a visit to this North American-style outdoor mall and explore its wide avenues surrounded by palm trees and outdoor patios. Shop at a variety of stores offering big-name international brands, see the latest blockbuster at the theater, or kick back with a bite to eat or a drink at one of the many restaurants within the mall. You'll find plenty of buildings outfitted in styles reminiscent of the Wild West, California, and other famous American locales. A towering Ferris Wheel allows you to enjoy a bird's-eye view over the complex. Put Mihama American Village at the forefront of your travel plans using our Chatan-cho itinerary builder.
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  • Located in the Hilton Hotel. It was also a lot of shops and, was there an American atmosphere. When found are glued to the wall above the Gecko three evening outdoor food and beverage outlets, Bibi will have.
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  • Look, just fun. Beach Resort, well some American still shop there, though domestic little overseas travel experience. The children walk fun.
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  • Different atmosphere in the evening of may may be too much fun during the day and I did not. Many clothing stores, none jeans in the United States feel the only impression. It is just the same as store. Atmosphere and some cafes along the sea, several even more, well this was. Well the parking is free and if you just walk around it also for free, so not until the "bad" reputation.
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  • Most everything opens at 11. Little shops and restaurants. It backs up to the water, so makes a Great place to watch the sunset and have a coffee or cocktail. They also have free wifi. It has a little bit of everything: chocolatier, hair salon, nail salon, clothing stores, bars, liqour store, icecream shop, christmas store, massage, even a game room. Obviously Americanized restaurants reside here among the mix of traditional ( but even the traditional have American themed food selections), and some familiar stores (hurley, doc Martin, etc.) Mixed in with other stores. It has a little bit of everything to offer. If you are a tourist, bring your passport and save on the sales tax of 8%.
  • If you feel like walking, this place is a good exercise for you. Everything you want is within reach. Mall, coffee shop, arcades, shopping areas, restaurants, spa, walk or swim by the beach, listen to good music or watch a movie. Just make sure to wear comfortable shoes to go around the area.
  • Really cool shops, restaurants and bars. Everything has an American theme to it which would make sense. The feris wheel is really cool you get a great view of Ginowan!
  • Mihama American Village is an interesting place to walk around, shop, and perhaps have a beer. Shops are interesting with architecture different from what you normally see in Japan. A couple of hours is enough. Close to a small beach. Good Okinawan food restaurant nearby. (Rinken's Kitchen)
  • American themed shops and restaurants. Many things to eat and buy. Close to the beach.