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Visit this restaurant to enjoy a menu that takes a fresh approach to authentic cuisine from China and Taiwan, where Ryuku dishes have their roots, as well as the Chinese food-based Peranakan cuisine of Singapore and Malaysia, and the Satsuma-style of Japanese cooking that is ingrained in Kagoshima Prefecture and the Amami Islands. Ryukyu Shintenchi serves dishes from these three diverse culinary traditions, which are prepared using the finest ingredients from diverse locations including Ishigaki Island.
Enjoy a new style of Ryukyu Chinese cuisine that is as beautiful as it is delicious.
ISHIGAKI BOLD KITCHEN is a roomy dining space designed around the traditional crafts of Ishigaki Island, with a very contemporary feel. The largest resort buffet on the island, it offers around 100 dishes of local and international cuisine. The chefs in the open kitchen will wow you with exciting cooking performances. There’s also a kids’ section with everything from baby food to cotton candy, as well as an extensive wine selection for mom and dad to enjoy, with more than 60 varieties of wine. This all-day dining experience has something for the whole family!
After going for a swim in the pool, why not sit back and relax at the beach bar right.Tropical fruit juice made from fruits like shikuwasa Okinawa lemon and mango, and gelato, lend the bar an especially refreshing sense. With original cocktails and more, there is also an endless variety of alcoholic beverages. This luxurious environment will allow you to watch the beautiful sunset. Look out at the ever-changing sea and relax with your meal.
This lounge and bar is located in the open lobby with a lofty 8-meter ceiling. Enjoy the lounge area with relaxing sofas. Offering fresh-brewed siphon coffee as well as delicious deli food made from seasonal island ingredients alongside vegetable smoothies, original tropical cocktails, and more. Sit back and relax in this spacious, comfortable environment.
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