There are no stores in Ama and Asa districts, just guesthouses and a campground. We therefore advise you to buy the necessary before leaving Zamami district.
As the island's largest store, the 105 store stocks a wide range of items including food, alcohol, candy, ice cream, general goods, stationery, souvenirs, island sandals, and much more.
Umikaji is a fishing and tackle shop with Zamami Island original t-shirts. It is located next to Minshuku Miyamura and Heartland on the 1st floor.
Nagisa is located right in front of the Zamami Port and offer drinks, ice cream, shaved ice and delicious Okinawan delicacies. T-shirts, swimwear and snorkeling sets on sale.
This is the gallery shop of popular nature-photography unit "Umima-ru". Umima-ru offers souvenirs brimming with the tenderness of nature such as photo collections, post cards, calendars and more.
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The Zamami Village souvenir shop is a co-op store stocked with local hand-made and speciality products lovingly crafter by the islanders themselves.
As local store just a step away from the port. Lunch boxes, veggies and a wide selection of daily necessities. BBQ meat available.
70 years in business. The Zamami store is a short walk from the port. It sells fishing tackle, tobacco, alcohol, candy, etc-open from 7:30AM-9:00PM (irregular days off).
Zamami-resident illustrator Yui Oe draws the surrounding ocean world with a cute and pleasant way. The shop is stocked, ready and waiting with products featuring original images including T shirts, post cards, stickers, iPhone cases, and other various small goods.
Located 1 minute from the port, the Zamami Fish Co-op sells sashimi caught from Zamami's waters, deep-fried fish tempura, and pre-made lunch boxes.
How about making an ever-lasting memory in the form of Japanese calligraphy? You can write your favorite word on a post card, a sea shell or even create a personalized seal! By mail or telephone reservation only. Transportation provided.
Sea is nice, but mountain is just as nice!" Plants, wild birds, insects, geology to history, enjoy the nature of Zamami while learning! Kids are welcome. Whale watching from observation decks available during winter.
Fishing boat operated by Pension Hoshizuna. "Daikoku-maru" offers fishing tours starting from one person. Families welcome and no experience necessary! Includes sashimi plate made from your catch!
Pick-up is possible from Ama beach after swimming with the sea turtles! Marine goods rental (Snorkeling set, parasol, life jackets, etc.) available. We also provide boat fishing, and charters to Aka and Aharen Port.
Mr. Miyahira runs an uninhabited-island water taxi and provides on-shore fishing services. Available rentals include beach umbrellas and snorkeling gear.
We cultivate and process pearls and shell craft items that reflect the color and the beauty of the Kerama waters. We also operate charter boats between Naha-Kerama-Tonaki-Kume and link customers directly with the surrounding islands for an unforgettable trip.
In addition to whale watching tours between late December and early April, the association also holds events during the week of March 10 (humpback day), including an anniversary party and more.
A three-minute walk from the port. The first floor is a store and lodging on the 2nd and 3rd floor. Specailized in Okinawan cooking using locally-caught fish. The view of the ocean and starlit sky is spectacular! Wi-Fi available.
Also check out our online art museum & online gift shop!
Atelier specializes in handmade straw hats made from Aka Island straws. Straw knitting workshop from 2,000yen. Souvenirs made by locals from 200yen, original towels, and t-shirts available. Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.