• 2022.09.28

    Information on Change of Service Due to Private Rental

    On the following dates, Ryukyu Shintenchi will be closed due to their being booked out for private purposes.
    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we greatly appreciate your understanding in this matter.
    【Dinner closed】
    October  11~14th, 17~21st, 24~26th, 28~30th
    November 1~3rd, 7~20th, 24・25th, 27~29th
    December 1・2nd, 6th, 8~14th
    January  17~20th, 31st
    February 1st

  • 2022.08.07

    Notice of business hours change -September

    The opening hours in September will be changed as follows.

    Dinner 17:30~21:30(L.O 21:00)


“Ryukyu Shintenchi” is a fusion restaurant that combines the roots of traditional Ryukyu cuisine with a fresh new feeling.
This is an expression of the unique food culture and local cuisine of the Okinawan islands, which have evolved and developed, based not only on a historical background with China and with Satsuma in Kyushu, but also on trade with Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and the lands of the East China Sea.


「Tracing the Roots of Ryukyuan Cuisine, Bringing Innovation from Tradition」

Ryukyu Shintenchi offers a wide range of dishes, including authentic Chinese cuisine from China and Taiwan, which constitutes the roots of Ryukyu cuisine, Southeast Asian cuisine developed in Singapore and Malaysia on Chinese models, Kyushu (Japanese) cuisine including, among others, ingredients and soup stock that were introduced during the strengthening of the relationship with Satsuma, and a unique Ryukyu cuisine that combines all of these influences.
“Ryukyu Shintenchi” is a restaurant that allows you to enjoy fusion cuisine with a new, fresh feeling, based on the concept of cuisine that has evolved through exchanges with various countries that form the historical background of Ryukyu cuisine.


An ambience as though you have wandered off into some exotic land Diners can enjoy an extraordinary experience in the spacious, high-ceiling environment of the restaurant, which features bright oriental chandeliers and a gate that incorporates a linear Chinese lattice pattern created by combining hooked crosses.

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