1343-1 Kise, Nago, Okinawa 905-0026 Japan
Phone:  +81 980 43 5555   •  Map & Directions


From the moment of arrival, we welcome kids to The Ritz-Carlton by encouraging them to explore the sights and sounds of the hotel and its environment. Guided by playfulness and a sense of wonder, Ritz Kids® delights and engages your children to interact with their surroundings in a fresh and exciting way, while introducing them to the four important pillars of Ritz Kids discovery: Water, Land, Environmental Responsibility and Culture.

Nature Celebration - Kids Photographer contest
Nature inspires creativity in many ways and our hotel property too! Please find and create your own art as you explore the natural world around The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa. Our junior guest can enjoy taking pictures with Instant Camera “intax mini25”. Participants must select one photo to apply for this contest. Top 3 participants will receive our hotel logo goods as prizes. Registration is available at the Guest Services.

  • Ages: 4 to 12 years old (Participants must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.)
  • Fee: JPY1,000 (10 films, tax and service charge included)

Kids Manicure Salon
Fee: JPY1,650 per child
Available 7 days a week

Kids Hotel Tours
Fee: Free of charge
Tour is available a few times a week.
* Please kindly contact Guest Services for weekly schedule.

"All prices are inclusive of tax and service charges and subject to change without notice. Activities are based on availability.
Ritz-Kids® Night Safari: An Evening of Adventure for Kids

The Ritz Kids® Night Safari encourages the spirit of the great outdoors to the inside by allowing children to set up a specially-provided camping tent inside their room, with special amenities to liven up the night and cater to your child’s inquisitiveness, creativity, and thirst for new adventures.

Night Safari bringing to young children a sense of adventure and priceless memories that last well beyond their stays.
Explore Ritz Kids
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