A very long walk way shopping street with shelter that ranges from 100yen shop to top branded specialise shops. Definally a must to visit if you are a shopperholic
We started at the H&M entrance near the Dotonbori Glico Man sign and spent hours here! We continued until we hit shinsaibashi station and went home from there. (note that we got off at Nanba station to start with). Stores to note include Pablo Cheesecake, Kitkat Store (YESS the famous japanese kitkats! it's a lot further down, past shinsaibashi station... More
A really long shopping street connecting from Dotonbori, ranges from 100yen shop to top branded specialise shops. If you found something you like and its a bargain, just buy it, you would not want to turn back and hope to find it again. Its just too far to walk back. Remember to buy PABLO Cheesecake if you come across it,... More
Shinsaibashi is a sheltered shopping street near the Dotonbori area. There are choices of both international and Japanese brands such as H&M and Uniqlo. During the weekends and evenings, the street will be crowded with shoppers. However, the local shoppers are very orderly and patient, we do not feel pressurized walking along the street at all. Definitely must go if... More
The Shinsaibashi is more into shopping arcade and Dotonbori is just all around this area. So you can easily covered both of this area. A great place to experience Osaka lifestyle. Try visit the place at night and you will amazed how crowded the place can be!! Overall, just enjoyed yourself walking there (please have a nice walking shoe)
Love this area - there is so much activities going on...There is high end shopping at Daimaru Department store, international brands such as H&M, Forever 21, Local brands like Uniqlo and GU. There is also many dining options, from restaurants to small local shops and fast food.. Definitely a must see!
This covered street attracts the young 20 and 30-somethings. I enjoyed window shopping, people watching, and walking here. Although crowded, there were many interesting stores in all price ranges.
The stretch from Takashimaya Department Store in Namba to the Tokyu Hands store at Shinsaibashi is one long pedestrian arcade lined with shops and restaurants galore. You may see some of the local culture--including the one about queuing for the latest fad. (I remember when the Crispy Crème Doughnut shop opened and there was a queue outside.) Walkable, but not... More
There's a few cheap local restaurant/bento shop (& a 3 storey high Daiso building) on the street after Uniqlo/H&M. You just need to keep walking forward after crossing the street.Cosmetics is cheaper on this side of Shinsaibashi than the one nearer to Dotonburi. You might want to go there and have a look before buying. Most people will start/end at... More
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