Ball Donut Park – Naha City

Don’t ask me how my friend Kassie finds the most amazing places to explore, but she does! After going Coral Dying at Shuri Ryusen we made our way to this delicious donut place called Ball Donut Park in one of Kokusai Street’s side streets. The ball donuts come in a variety of flavors and are available with some oishii (delicious) toppings, and best of all their prices! I mean ¥300 (around $2.50) for 6 balls or ¥600 (around $5) for a dozen, i ended up getting a dozen to go, so husband could try them. Besides the mouth watering donuts i really really loved how amazingly curated this place was. Everything from their logo, the drawings of kawaii little girls spotted all over the place and even their toilet sign (HAHA!). Let’s just say this was the first of many trips here.

^^ the donut machine that got us suuuper excited! Everyone was staring at us like we were crazy! ^^
^^ If you’re in Okinawa here’s their info ^^
^^ Choco Banana, Honey Cinnamon (w/ vanilla scoop) and Salt & Butter, plus a Caramel Macchiato ^^
^^ yup, even their napkins are cute! ^^
^^ how cool is this sign! I love how you can tell which one’s a man and which one’s a woman ^^
^^ i’m seriously obsessed with these little drawings! Can you tell? ^^

Ball Donut Park
1 Chome-1-39 Makishi, Naha, Okinawa Prefecture
Phone: 098-988-9249

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Hi! I'm Laura, the girl behind Little Island Takara. I am a military wife and American expat living in Okinawa, Japan! Most days you will find me reading books, wondering what cafe to go to next or daydreaming of my next adventure.

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  • Hannah Curtis

    I really need to go here, it looks super cute…love all the drawings etc and the donuts look delicious!

  • Gene and I are definitely going to have to make our way down there! He would love it!

  • Heather K

    Well this looks amazing! And Coral Dying? What a fun day! I'm going to have to make a trip to Naha soon 🙂

  • This looks like an amazing place visit

  • Laki

    Looks soooo yummy! I'm going to be moving to Uruma this fall…. I can't believe Naha is on the other side of the island but only a 45 min drive away!

  • Teresa Johnson

    Adorable the drawing!!! And it looks o yummy

  • Mindy Morris

    Adding this to my list! Your photos make everything look delish!

  • Kassie ODriscoll

    Delicious!!! I've seen so many people hitting up this place after we 'grammed about it. Yay us!

  • Yes, it's a must!! The donuts are soo cheap and delicious! If you're ever in Naha you have to visit them.

  • Yes!! Whenever you go back down to Naha stop by! You won't regret it 😉

  • It was the funnest day! I haven't done much in Naha so it was great to explore a little more.

  • It definitely was :P!

  • Hey, that's where i live! 😉 Naha is a little far but it's always nice to drive down there and explore! There's sooo many little cafes and restaurants!

  • ^_^ i knooow i was pretty obsessed with the drawings !!

  • Oh, it's a must for sure!! It's so easy to find too 😉

  • HA! i knooow! *high five*