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This shappoing street is the best I have seen on my trip around Japan. You can buy there a lot of traditional stuff like porcelain, Noren or that hand made plastic food. There are also a llot of nice restaurants.
The usual mix of food stands, clothes, seafood, vegetables, and tourist schlock that seem to thrive in most Asian cities. It always amazes me that so many competitors can exist in adjacent booths, but they do!
A fun must-do at least once in every trip,...More
This is where to go if you are looking for kitchen things and table settings . You won’t find your English dinner sets here but it’s full of stunning oriental pottery plates and bowls. Also knives and restaurant supplies. Very cheap pricing as many shops...More
Knowing that this street is dubbed "Kitchen Street" does not really prepare one for the number and volume of cookware and bakeware and eating implements that is available for sale. The number of available chopsticks alone is awesome! The choices available for kitchen knives is...More
Just wandering around and we csme upon this street full of commercial kitchenware suppliers everything from fake food to ninja blades for sushi chefs. We had a wonderful time. Then found a little place to eat down a side street. A great find.
Doguyasuji arcade is 150 meters long place for restaurant all cookwares and its utensils.
Many of food professionals go there to buy good equipment however But you have to pay attention to prices because there are shops which are more expensive than elsewhere.
Plates, bowls pots, pans, knives... this street has it all. There are all sorts of stores in this street. Some are over stuffed with goods piled up in the aisles while others are ordered and easy to access. If cooking and kitchenware is your thing...More
This shopping street connects to the main shopping street of Osaka (pretty near the Daimaru and other big malls), and is a nice break away from the hustle and bustle of the main street.
A quiet and quaint side street, look out for the many...More