Here are the best Shopping Malls in Nanba, Dotonbori, Shinsaibashi, with travel tips and more, according to LIVE JAPAN, a top-class travel website for visitors to Japan. Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in a given category.
For instance, NAMBA SkyO, NAMBA PARKS, NAMBA CITY and other related spots will be listed. Be sure to check them out during your visit to Nanba, Dotonbori, Shinsaibashi!
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Meeting the demands of the Namba area, NAMBA SkyO consists of large sophisticated offices, major clinics that deal with advanced preventive healthcare, and an urban convention hall. It comes with facilities sharing information and other services to host visitors from inside and outside Japan. As a hub for international exchange where people, products and events intermingle, NAMBA SkyO makes it possible to create interactive communication geared toward the future—from Namba, Osaka to the world, and from the world to Namba, Osaka.
Located conveniently close to Namba Station, which you can access directly from Kansai Airport by the Nankai train line, Namba Parks is an eco-friendly shopping mall that features a vast rooftop garden that offers an oasis of nature in the heart of urban Namba. The venue hosts a variety of events each season, such as a large illumination attraction, a travelling zoo, and firefly viewing. Inside, you'll discover about 250 stores, including the largest cinema in Osaka City, popular specialty shops, high-quality apparel, general goods, cosmetics, restaurants, and cafes. What's more, not only is there a tax-free counter and free Wi-Fi connection, but businesses also accept various credit cards, including China Union Pay card, and deal with QR settlement services such as Alipay and WeChatPay—ideal for overseas visitors.
Connecting to Namba Station and directly accessible from Kansai airport via the Nankai train line, Namba CITY is home to around 230 shops such as fashion, cosmetics and general goods stores, restaurants, and cafes. In addition to a tax-free counter, there's a baggage storage service, a prayer room, and free Wi-Fi connection. Namba CITY's stores accepts various credit cards, including China Union Pay card, and deal with QR settlement services, such as Alipay and WeChatPay, making a it a popular shopping destination for overseas visitors.
The birthplace of Osaka fashion trends, found on Midosuji. You'll find trendy fashion shops on every one of its floors, from B2F to 11. Includes a hair salon and restaurant floors near the roof.
5.Shinsaibashi Big Step
A complex building in the middle of Americamura, or ”Amemura”. Shinsaibashi Big Step has seven floors above ground and two floors below, with a forty-meter-high atrium that seems to surround the building. The building has forty clothing and general goods stores, restaurants, live music houses, and a movie theater.
Namba Marui offers total fashion assistance for both men and women, with everything from accessories to general goods. It's easy to get to, being right in front of the well-connected Namba station. There is an original bakery café and a crepe shop, both great for taking a break from shopping.
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*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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