Fun Drink & Fill Up Until 4 In The Morning On Kokusai Street At Norengai!

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Kokusai Street Norengai, a newly renovated building that opened in the previous "Goodwill Town" building doesn't officially open all restaurants and shops until December 16, 2019 and until some time in February 2019.

Though, if you happen to be on Kokusai Street on the night of December 15, 2019, there will be 7 stores open that serve anything from drinks, fried chicken, with a quinte yakiniku, and traditional Okinawan foods to bottled awamori, Japanese sake, and even whiskey.

Their operating hours will be from 1100 to 0400, seven days a week.

On Monday, December 16, 2019, 11 new stores will open operations for a total of 18 choices of delicious foods, mixed drinks, and beer to choose from in the various festival-like establishments.

It's planned for another 18 stores to open in the basement in February 2019 for a total of 36 shops in the building. The basement level is said to serve ramen and other Okinawan dishes, but, could have other offerings as well.

The purpose of Kokusai Street Norengai is to serve low-cost dishes so that everyone may be able to stop by and have a great time on a budget.
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Being stationed on Camp Kinser back in 2006-2008, I wish something like this would've existed! It'd be here, Be Green/Saicolo and possibly back to eat to finish the night off. ?
We actually did go there yesterday to see other businesses but it was so crowded that I couldn't take pictures of there o_O
Also kind of hard to know what each business offers, unless you sit down. :rolleyes:

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