Located on Route 58, on the left just after Meiji Bridge on the road to Naha International Airport in Okinawa, you won’t miss seeing the large Banyan Tree along the way!
The Naha Harbor Diner is perched on top of this large banyan tree (also known as gajumaru). Although the tree isn’t real, I’ve never been to a treehouse, what more a treehouse restaurant, so I decided to check it out!
To get to the restaurant, you’ll need to take the elevator which is housed in the trunk of the tree.
Views from the top of the banyan tree (i.e. from the restaurant).
Decided to try the dishes with Agu Pork, which is Okinawa’s premium pork. Agu pork has three-and-a-half times the glutamic acid, twice the essential amino acids and lower cholesterol than regular pork. It is also high in collagen.
あぐー豚の豚肉丼 (Agu Pork Don)
あぐー豚 スパゲティ (Agu Pork Spaghetti), soup, salad & シークヮーサー果汁 (calamansi juice) – our set meal came with a soup/salad/drink buffet
The restaurant is open daily, 11:30am ~ 3:30pm for lunch. Dinner is served from 5:30pm ~ 11pm, with last order at 10pm.
Naha Harbor Diner (那覇 ハーバーダイナー)
46 Ohnoyama-cho, Naha-shi, Okinawa 900-0026
Getting there: It’s a 7min walk from Yui-rail Tsubokawa station