DISCUSS Okinawa Regional Customs Exhibit Of Confiscated Items

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David

David

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This can be a very quick pitstop, so if you're planning on visiting, let it be something that you go to or from a bigger place or venue.

For instance, you can get some shopping done at AEON afterward.
AEON Oroku Naha

Naha  AEON Oroku Naha

AEON Oroku Naha is a 3-story shopping mall with 4 additional floors and a designated outdoor area for car parking.
 
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David

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The last time that I was at the Okinawa Regional Customs Exhibit, the tour guide mentioned that they were going to move to the Shintoshin area of Naha City soon. So while I was in the area today mailing off a package at the main post office, I stopped by the building to confirm whether they had packed up and left yet.

They were still there, and, it's confirmed that they'll be there till at least 2024.

Things in an area sure do change over nearly a year, though.

If you get hungry while there, you no longer need to buy a Soy Joy or Calorie Mate from the vending machine on the first floor as the building now has a 7-Eleven on the corner facing the busiest street.

A 7-Eleven opened on the 1st floor of the building where the Okinawa Regional Customs Exhibit is

If 7-Eleven isn't your thing and you're still Family Mart, you can cross the street to the Tsubogawa Square Building. It's hard to see, but it's just past the escalator, on the first floor of the all-glass pane windowed building there.

Family Mart near the Customs Exhibit in the Tsubogawa Square Building
 

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