Head to the first floor to check out some local foods, although it's not for the squeamish: you'll find pigs' faces and feet, alongside spectacular tropical fruits grown by local farmers. Satisfy hunger pangs at one of the food stalls which surround the market's central core - you won't go wrong with fresh tempura washed down with goya juice.
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Here are five things to see and do in Okinawa, and three affordable ways to get you there: Okinawa is a paradise for foodies, and some of Asia's best markets can be found in the island's biggest city, Naha.