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We stayed at Namba Oriental Hotel for 12 days, so we are familiar with the place. Namba has lots of food choices, mostly affordable and delicious. A great place to stay for food lovers! There are several places for sushi, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, pudding and etc....More
Usually when in Osaka we stay in Umeda as it is close to the JR railway station and Limobus routes, but we always spend some time in the Namba district for the shops, restaurants and night life. Easy to get to on the subway and...More
When you reach Namba area, immediately you are going to be bombarded by the street shopping, big department store, unique japanese arts and underground shopping area. There are lots to buy just be ready to spend money. I think everything japanese is expensive but then...More
What makes the Namba region slightly different is that there is less(er) crowd and the crowd seems to be slightly older (late-twenties, mid-thirties). Possibly cos there are many offices in the area. What we like was the underground shopping arcade that connects all the major...More
Many shops and large modern department stores where you can find everything you want!It is also in a walking distance of Shinshaibashi and Dotonbori!Do not forget to visit the underground Namba city and Namba Nam-Nam where you can find lots of restaurants apart from the...More
The entire Namba complex is like a labyrinth both above and underground. Not only do you find "the usual" but there are also the odd specialty areas as well (like the section just for those in the restaurant trade.... fancy a set of those japanese...More
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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.