Shinsaibashi-suji Shopping Street

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Shinsaibashi-suji Shopping Street

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19 contributions
Friends
It's a shopping area so of course there are tons of stores to shop at. The selection is great. My friend and I stayed at a Bside label store for over an hour without even noticing we spent that much time in that sticker store. 😅 There is a Gram cafe there so if you want to eat the fluffy souffle pancakes (only served at specific times), you can get them there! There is also a Guest cafe there, if you're interested in seeing who the guest for the season is. And of course, for the Pokemon fans, there's a Pokemon centre and a Pokemon cafe (needs a reservation) there.
Written January 11, 2020
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Ken Ip
Singapore, Singapore82 contributions
Shinsaibashi is the main shopping area in Osaka. Lots and lots of shops and restaurants. And even more tourists crowding the area. Still, one must visit Shinsaibashi when in Osaka even if it's just to absorb the energy and vibe of the city. Go at night for the dazzling night view with all the neon signs. There's bound to be something, whether shopping or eating, for everyone.
Written March 19, 2020
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CarneyDee
Canberra, Australia205 contributions
Family
Shinsaibashi-Sub is 600 metres of retail therapy from discount to high end, surrounded by more shopping and tonnes of places to eat on the side streets. I'd read about it but nothing could prepare me for the experience. It can't be rushed, mainly because of the crowds, but also because there is just so much to see and buy.

If you do need a break, I recommend a 20 minute cruise on the Dotonbiri river. It was fun, even with a light drizzle.
Written January 24, 2020
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Ian F
Melbourne, Australia27 contributions
This shopping street goes on for miles with all sorts of wares on offer,from labels to cafes,to drug stores aplenty. Everything doesn't open until 11 am and closes late. Be prepared for Kamakazi bike riders criss crossing the strip and also heaps and heaps of people.Be mindful of the their traffic lights as they are above a lot of walkways and you have to have your wits about you.If you get caught Jay walking you will be booked!!!
Written March 18, 2020
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367sandcastle
33 contributions
Really long shopping arcade that is a must-do if visiting Osaka for the first time. You can walk all the way from St. Regis Osaka at Hommachi station and cut through the central area under the covered street, so weather is not a deterrent. Really good bargains to be had at nameless tiny shops, lots of restaurants and general Osaka character. i love going there.
Written December 27, 2021
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weenechia
Singapore, Singapore118 contributions
Friends
Came here to take a pic of the glico man. It’s like a must here. Haha. Apart from that if you love shopping, one afternoon at this place might not be enough. It’s just way too many shops and though it’s crowded it’s still spacious enough to move around. Tried to find masks here this season for you-know-what virus but it was out of stock in the seemingly more than 50 stores of drugstore here. Whenever it’s up on the shelf, people would just grab and it’s gone the next second.
Written February 5, 2020
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71emma
Kuching, Malaysia479 contributions
It's a very long stretch of arcade with shops of almost all varieties;fashion boutiques, pharmacies; shoe-shops, restaurants, secondhand stores (Kinji- 2 stores within one big building, Book-Off plus), beauty stores, even a big Pokemon Centre on the 9th floor of Daimaru, Uniqlo and Amerikamura.. We spent three nights browsing.
It was winter. Even so, the streets were very crowded at night.
Entrance to Shinsaibashi Station was inside Daimaru Departmental Store.
Written February 11, 2020
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HW08
Port Macquarie, Australia322 contributions
Shinsaibashi has to be the longest shopping streets I have seen. It is so long you can hardly see the end of the street if you can see above the crowd. You can find all types of shopping including plenty of places to eat. A must for real shoppers who visit Osaka.
Written January 5, 2020
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jovinnnnn
Singapore, Singapore419 contributions
Family
The area is a whole stretch of shopping district from start till the end where one will reach the famous Glico Man sign.

Lots to see, eat and shop. Probably half a day or so would be sufficient to finish exploring the area!
Written November 18, 2020
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Dr. Shibuyakko
Tokyo and California34,757 contributions
It's a good shopping street with many brand name stores, department stores and other small shops. But it's way too crowded with many Asian tourists lugging suitcases. Not a fun place any longer.
Written January 4, 2020
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