Date night is often a mainstay for many happy relationships. Why not show that special person in your life a date never to be forgotten? Check out our picks of what Okinawa has to offer. We’ve also included prices and a link to a map to make planning your special day super easy.

Love hotel room in Okinawa

Love hotel room in Okinawa

Love Hotels

Price: varies by hotel and length of stay 

Love hotels are a great way to connect on a one-on-one level, and with so many to choose from (approximately 120 on Okinawa), you are spoilt for choice. Go with Water Hotel Ry for ultimate luxury and complete anonymity. See our article on love hotels for more info.

Moon Beach Resort

Price: from ¥1500 for entrance, parking and day pass (activities are extra), Rooms start from ¥9720.

Private beach, hotel, great food, shops and activities, need I say more? Treat your sweetie to a day or a whole weekend, and soak up all it has to offer. Located in Onna. Google Map

Lily Festival

Price: Free, but to access you need to take the ferry from Motobu port. Round trip is ¥1370 yen per adult.

Lily Festival

Lily Festival

Why not take in a traditional Okinawan festival? The lily festival on Ie island is seasonal: late April to early May. One million lilies blanket 86,000 square metres in a stunning display of colour. Why not stay in a local hotel and make a weekend of it?

Shuri Castle

Price: ¥600 per adult, Discounts for students and large groups available, Children under 5 are free.

Take a trip into the past at the stunning Shuri Castle. Discover life as royalty in the 14th century Ryukyu Kingdom. It’s also amazing to see at night all lit up. Google Map

Yotsudake Dinner Show

Yotsudake Dinner Show

Yotsudake Dinner Show

Price: From ¥3675 for 12 dishes, up to ¥ 8400 for an 18-dish set

Foodies, look no further. Enjoy traditional Okinawan cuisine and Ryukyu dancers in a stunning setting and convenient location. It’s open year-round for dinner shows at 6:30 and 8:30 pm. Google Map

Nago Pineapple Park

Price:  ¥600 yen per adult, including Jeep tour

Here’s another quirky date idea: why not take in Nago Pineapple Park? Learn how one of Okinawa’s biggest exports is grown, then indulge yourself in one (or several) of the many pineapple-themed samples. I recommend the pineapple wine and cake! Google Map