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Breakfast review of Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay (Seaside Restaurant Tancha Bay & Shichifuku)

Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay is located in Onna Village, which is lined with resort hotels. There is a beautiful beach in front of the hotel, and it is also a hotel where you can enjoy Okinawa to the fullest.

This time I stayed at this hotel, so I will write a blog review of the breakfast.

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Blog review of Ocean Bay Room at Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay


Overview of Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay

Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay
TEL 098-964-6611
location 1496 Tancha, Onna Village, Kunigami District, Okinawa 904-0496
parking 500 units
Traffic access Approximately 1 hour 25 minutes by limousine bus
Transfer none
Number of rooms 826 rooms
Check-in time 14:00
Check-out time 11:00
Room type Standard room, Deluxe room, Corner room, Japanese suite, Maple suite, Royal suite

Seaside Restaurant Tancha Bay


The main venue for breakfast is this seaside restaurant Tancha Bay. The venue is quite large with plenty of seating.

The menu focuses on salads using Okinawan cuisine and island vegetables, as well as omelets and fried eggs made in front of your eyes by the chef using Kugani Tamago, a branded egg from Uruma City, Okinawa Prefecture. This is the menu.

We also have standard ham, bacon, pasta, freshly baked bread, rice, miso soup, and Japanese dishes such as natto and grilled fish.

Adults ¥2,398 (tax included) / Elementary school students ¥1,188 (tax included) / Infants free

[Example menu] Enjoy Okinawan cuisine such as Kugani eggs, local vegetable salad corner, daily special Champuru (Okinawa stir-fry), taco rice, mozuku vinegar, pork ear garnish, handmade Jimami (peanut) tofu, etc. . Western food includes omelets and fried eggs made with Kugani Tamago branded eggs from Uruma City, Okinawa Prefecture, daily fish and meat dishes, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, hotel bread, white bread, pancakes, sata andagi, fruits, and desserts. Available. We also have Japanese food such as rice, porridge, miso soup, natto, grilled fish, and pickles.

(From official website)

▼Restaurant entrance

As for how crowded it was, I visited around 8 a.m., but I was able to check in smoothly without lining up. I was guided to my seat and immediately headed to the buffet table. It's a large venue, so it seems like there are a lot of staff.

meal menu

The dining hall is very large. The same menu is lined up on the front and back sides of the venue, with omelettes and other items near the center.

▼Buffet table

▼Corn soup


▼Japanese-style pasta

▼French fries

▼Simmered tomatoes

▼Red fish with Shikuwasa flavor

▼Chikuzenni, Tofu Champuru

▼Sata Andagi

▼Mimiga peanut sesame dressing etc.

▼Ingredients for taco rice

▼Kugani egg

▼Fried egg

▼Yushi tofu

▼Chocolate Danish

▼Germ bread





▼I had taco rice, fried Kugani egg, Shikwasa juice, Sanpin tea, and pineapple. The egg yolk was yellow and fresh. Chikuzenni was simply delicious.

▼For dessert, we had pancakes drizzled with maple syrup and sprinkled with cinnamon. It goes well with coffee.


Japanese cuisine/Ryukyu cuisine Shichifuku


Compared to the main dining breakfast venue, Shichifuku has a calmer atmosphere for adults. You can see the sea from the window, so the view is wonderful.

We have a wide selection of Japanese dishes such as egg dishes, grilled fish, simmered dishes, and aemono dishes. Western food such as bacon, sausage, salad, and fruit are also available.

Adults ¥2,398 (tax included) / Elementary school students ¥1,188 (tax included) / Infants free

[Example menu] Okinawa dishes such as Yushi tofu, local mozuku vinegar, bitter gourd pickled in soy sauce, sea lettuce porridge, juicy (Okinawa-style cooked rice), red sweet potato rice, Okinawan chilled noodles made with ucchin (turmeric), bitter gourd champuru, etc. cooking.
Japanese food such as grilled fish such as salmon and mackerel, eggs rolled in dashi soup, Chikuzenni, the standard breakfast raw egg, various pickles, and natto.
Western food such as sausage, bacon, and bread. Sata andagi, salad/fruit, yogurt, orange juice, coffee, etc. *Menu may change depending on purchasing status, etc. Please note.

(From official website)

meal menu

▼We had juicy, Chikuzenni, fish, shiraae, broccoli, dashimaki egg, pineapple, etc. All had a gentle taste.

▼Simmered scallops and taro, roast ham

▼Grated white fish, boiled chicken dumplings and Chinese cabbage

▼Mozuku, Yushi tofu

▼Dashi rolled eggs, sausage

▼Raw eggs, natto, seaweed

▼Nozawana, pickles, pickled plums

▼White dressing, konnyaku umami, kubu irichi, mozuku kamaboko

▼Raisin bread, germ bread

▼Brown sugar kudzu mochi

▼Orange, fruit punch, yogurt

▼Pine, grapefruit

▼Chocolate crispy, fruit granola, corn flakes

In addition to orange juice and apple juice, drinks included coffee, roasted green tea, and sanpin tea.

Overall, the menu was healthy and would help relieve the fatigue of the trip. At Shichifuku, you can enjoy familiar Japanese cuisine mixed with Okinawan cuisine.

Room review▼▼

Blog review of Ocean Bay Room at Rizzan Sea Park Hotel Tancha Bay