Tourist Home Tatsuya Ryokan, Naha – Safe and comfortable for female individual travelers

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Tourist Home Tatsuya Ryokan   Naha, Okinawa

Home-like accommodation recommendable to female individual travelers, families, couples, child individual travelers

Western-style tourist home proud about clean, spacious, and bright rooms like a hotel

Fully equipped with amenity goods and other facilities, and enhanced free services are available

You can enjoy live “sanshin” performance during the fun “yuntaku” (chit-chat) time after dinner 

           ♪ Our House is Your House ♪

All western-style rooms with a private bathroom

   Spacious, bright, clean, and tidy rooms, unusual for a tourist home

Enhanced facilities and amenity goods

   Amenity goods and supplies in the rooms are more enhanced than those in a business hotel

   Each room is equipped with a CD player

   Soft drinks, Internet, fully-automatic washing and drying machine, and detergent are all available for free

   Free breakfast (Help-yourself style)

   Free use of quality bicycles (enough bicycles for all our guests)

Enjoy “sanshin” performance and “yuntaku” (chit-chat) after dinner

   You can enjoy Okinawa “sanshin” (three-stringed musical instrument) performance anytime at your request during “yuntaku” after dinner.

Convenient location  
 Close to Naminoue Beach/Okinawa Prefectural Government/Kokusai-dori Street/Naha Port

   Although our place is conveniently located near the Naha city center, the environment is so quiet that you hear birds singing in the morning

Enhanced tourist information on Okinawa

   We prepare brochures, guide books, free/discount tickets of most tourist facilities on Okinawa Main Island for you

Free use of beach goods

   Free use of beach goods is available again this year. All goods are clean.

1-9-21 Tsuji, Naha-shi, Okinawa 900-0037   Phone: 098-860-7422   Reservation E-mail:

Mentioned in “Rurubu Okinawa ‘09” published by Japan Travel Bureau

Taken up in the exclusive column entitled “Female reporter’s individual travel” of the Mainichi Shimbun Evening Paper dated October 4, 2007.

A “short column” in “Information on Okinawa Remote Islands” published by Ringo Promotion described our place as “a very comfortable accommodation to stay at”.

A magazine named “Okinawa Style” Vol. 16 described our place as “Comfortable accommodation – Enjoy “yuntaku” time every night over “sanshin” performance and “awamori” (distilled alcohol made from rice).

 Although we have been in business only for 4 years, repeat guests account for over 30 % of the monthly average room occupancy.

 We value our guests’ patronage from the bottom of our heart.