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All reviews neon lights den den town great shopping night life visit at night busy area lots of restaurants crab shop till you drop ramen walk around octopus glico man train station food stalls shops department
We stayed locally which was great. If you love seafood this is where to eat! Most shops sell octopus balls, crabs, ramen, even spaghetti bars but be prepared to wait a lot! Some had really long queues proving how good they were! Being allergic to...More
I visited here during a recent stay in Osaka and found it to be a place with lots happening, great street food and some street entertainment (although I imagine this last aspect is somewhat hit or miss). The area has many interesting signs, lots of...More
It is near Dotonbori and is one of two famous shopping, dining and nightlife area and literally means 'South' in Japanese. The other famous center is Kita (meaning north). You can find most of the main Namba stations for the various railways and metro here....More
Literally means as “south” in Japanese, Minami is Osaka’s second downtown district after Kita. Encompassing the Shinsaibashi shopping arcade, Amerikamura, Dotonbori, Den Den Town and Namba Parks, this area is definitely Osaka’s premier shopping, dining and nightlife hub. Do not expect any peace and quiet...More
I dont eat there, but this place is so famous for the sign. It is located in the junction. If you come from subway, you will stroll along the shopping places. Crowd n busy place but worth to take picture on. Go in the nite...More
This whole area not only has delicious food, it’s a heaven for shoppers! This shopping district has the cheapest price for famous brands of cosmetics and skin care products. A lot of duty free stores. I bought mostly facial masks, vitamins and collagens here.
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I have been using Google Maps and you can pick the routs with only JR connection. However, some very short local connections maybe you want to consider spent extra Yen to save time taking a longer, multiple connections... More
I have been using Google Maps and you can pick the routs with only JR connection. However, some very short local connections maybe you want to consider spent extra Yen to save time taking a longer, multiple connections choice, especially carrying large luggage’s.