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Wow, more than 2 1/2 km stretch of shopping! Like a gauntlet of shopping stalls, restaurants and pachinko arcades. This is what Tenjimbashisuji has to offer visitors including tourists.
Since it is a roofed street, shoppers are protected from the sun and rain. This is...More
This is a long walking street with shelter.
The South End is section 1 and it ends at section 6 in the North. Approximately 2 km long. There are more shops selling merchandise in the North and there are more food stalls towards the South....More
Me & my wife stay in hotel Dormy Inn Umeda Higashi with no idea of this shopping arcade beforehand. We bump into it when searching for food and was wonder where the end is. we thought it was just a typical Japanese arcade but little...More
A great place to shop like and with the locals. A massive variety of shops where you can buy anything you will ever need. And more importantly at a good price. The shopping street is also easily accessed by public transport
This is where the locals go and there are good deals to be had. I love the crepe hawker near Omigata stn. Tuck into a small shop and be pleasantly surprised. Experience Osaka like Osakan without having to go too far afield.
This street brings back memories of when I lived around here 30 years ago. Not much has changed. There are some great places to eat and some old clothing shop when you can buy mompei and other traditional clothing. It’s a great place for a...More
The longest shopping street in Japan that it spans 2.6km total and there 600stores!
There are many wholesale stores that is why kind of cheap !
So fun for walking around a Japanese retro shopping street with hearing a traditional Japanese music and also good...More