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We went there to find some knick knack for gift and interesting shopping. We found a good takoyaki stall in the middle of the road, with an uncle cooking alone and 3 row of benches for customer to sit waiting. The stall is made of...More
There are actually two shopping streets here but this review applies to both.
This is one of the better shopping streets in Japan, and like any major one, there is a Taito Station in it where you could try your luck at trying to collapse...More
It's a good place for shopping different types of goods, like traditional Japanese clothing, shoes, beauty products, 100 Yen shop, etc. Also there are some cafes, restaurants and food stalls for selling tasty food, like fried chicken wings, udon and Japanese food.
A must visit when you are at Nagoya. Just alight at Osu Kannon Station using the JR line. We actually spent 5hrs covering the entire shopping area with 3 alleys and left/right connected lanes. There’s so much to offer from apparel to foods/snacks to souvenirs...More
You can walk all the way to Osu from Sakae after spending big bucks on luxury items. There are fewer chain stores here (still some) and more homely little shops run by older people. There is one supermarket which is the cheapest we've seen in...More
Seriously, I cannot understand why this was even mentioned by my guidebook. It's just a long covered arcade of shops, selling quite ordinary things like shoes, phone casings, snacks and backpacks.
Among them are a few cafes and restaurants, but again nothing outstanding. It does...More
If you get out at the Kamimaezu station, take exit 9, that will put you two blocks away from the shopping area. Lots to eat, lots to shop. Plenty of clothing store, but lots of others too. Kind of disappointed that there is very few...More
Use GPS by self driving , there is parking near this shoppingvstreet. By train, take Higashiyama line on Platform1 to Fushimibstation then walk 180 m to take Tsurumai line at Fushimi station toKamimaezu station then walk 400... More
Use GPS by self driving , there is parking near this shoppingvstreet. By train, take Higashiyama line on Platform1 to Fushimibstation then walk 180 m to take Tsurumai line at Fushimi station toKamimaezu station then walk 400 metres to Osu shopping street.
Go from Chitahanda to Kamimaezu (a station within Nagoya) by Meitetsi line. Change to subway and take the subway Meijo line (clockwise) to Meijo Koen (Nagoya castle). Have fun there and when you're done, go back and take... More
Go from Chitahanda to Kamimaezu (a station within Nagoya) by Meitetsi line. Change to subway and take the subway Meijo line (clockwise) to Meijo Koen (Nagoya castle). Have fun there and when you're done, go back and take Meijo line again, but counterclockwise this time. Get off the subway at Kamimaezu and walk to Osu street, following the directions on the walls
I am interested in going to Osu shopping street but the only spare day I have is a Sunday. Will the shops be open on Sunday?? Do you know what the general opening hours will be? Thanks
July 30, 2012|
Response fromMelanie T T|
Thanks for your help. :O)
Shiki-shi, Saitama, Japan
5 Day Break from School (0 Replies)
I'm currently on exchange and will be getting a week off from Oct 31-Nov 4. I've planned a little bit of what I want to do but I'd really like any advice on how to improve and add places to go. Interests for this trip are sightseeing, hiking, food, and anything culturally unique. I haven't been to any onsens but would like to go one on this trip. Also any must try foods would be great as well! Here is my plan so far: Using Willer Express (Highway bus is much cheaper than the...More
October 20, 2013|
Penang Island, Malaysia
Need advise for 20 days Japan (Osaka + Kyoto) trip (3 Replies)
Hi, we (2 adults + 2 years old daughter) are going to travel Japan from 17 Dec 2014 to 5 Jan 2015. Below is my draft of the itinerary:- 16/12 KL - 17/12 Osaka Kansai Airport 0650 17/12 - 21/12 Kansai Airport --> Nagoya (Use Haruka + Kintetsu Rail Pass) - Day trip to Ise (Okage Row, Oharai-machi). Is it worth to visit Ise? - Visit Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium (see dolphin, whales show), Yamazaki River, Atsuta Jingu Shrine, Osu Shopping Street (Open from 12pm onwards. Small shops,...More