Sam's Maui

Bar & Restaurant
2-15-1 Kumoji
Naha City, Okinawa-ken, Japan
Ph: 098-862-9085 - Website
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Daily 5pm-midnight
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
Sam's Maui, Naha City 0.4 mi
0.7 km
Sam's By The Sea, Naha City 3.3 mi
5.4 km
Sam's By The Sea, Okinawa City 12.1 mi
19.5 km
Trader Vic's, Taipei 396.3 mi
637.8 km
Trader Vic's, Fukuoka 535.3 mi
861.5 km

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Humuhumu’s description:
Sam's Maui is owned by three brothers, Mark, Wyatt and Alan Payne. The trio moved to Okinawa from their original home in Hawaii when their father Ray's employer, Coca-Cola, relocated the family there.

Sam's Maui is a Teppan yaki restaurant with strong Polynesian influences in the decor. The walls are lined in bamboo, there are war clubs and other carvings throughout, and two large Papua New Guinea tikis greet you at the entrance.

There are seven restaurants in the Sam's chain in Okinawa; all are nautical, and four (including this one) have strong tiki/Polynesian elements. The other three tiki locations are Sam's By The Sea in Noha, Sam's By The Sea in Awase and Sam's Maui on Kokusai street.

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June 3, 2010, 3:47 PM
If you are Okinawa, you gotta check out any of Sam's resturants. I got the opportunity to visit the place while visiting Camp Foster. The service is great and the food has a unique variety. And naturally, you will find some Japanese dishes on the menu. I would recommend the shrimp. Any of the Sam resturants are a regular place for service members to visit also, so there usually is always someone there working who speaks good English if you have any questions.
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