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After viewing osaja from the high buildibg in second time next i am going to this place, this plaxe is so interesting for me, in this place you can find all you need, uf you hungry you can find a food store l, if you...More
I watched it for the first time at raw, but in a figure that drips sweat and is working hard
I was excited while I was fun! Raw was awesome and powerful and interesting! !
The new comedy is also the best! ! I want...More
That is one of Japanese culture especially Osaka. Name of Owarai. It means that comedian who talk funny story and funny performance make a laugh to us. You do not need afraid to make sense what they said. Their act will make you understand to...More
This is a famous theatre for the Yoshimoto stable of comedians, and as such is a mainstay of Japanese comedy. However, if you don't speak Japanese there's nothing here at all for you. The shows could be interesting in a "I have no idea what's...More
Namba Grand Kagetsu is the home of Yoshimoto, a well-known comedy company in Japan. As a Japanese I like this kind of performance very much, but for foreigntourists it might be difficult to understand the show without the knowledge of Japanese.
Nothing much to recommend
Happen to pass by when we were walking towards the end of a street
Nothing much here for us as a tourist cause all activities written and told in Japanese
We just look around for a few minutes and walk away
The Shinsaibashi area is hard to distinguish unless you are a local. Shinsaibashi bleeds into this from Dotonbori around Nanba and on your way to Nipponbashi. It's full of asian restaurants, arcades, and nightlife. Not particularly worth looking for, though, unless you already happen to...More
Compared to other local attractions we didn't really see why this was ranked so highly. There isn't much to see or do unless you want to see a show. However it is close to Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi so if you want to take a quick...More
What a great place for people watching,not a shopping venue,but a place to see the Japanese youth doing their "thing"People were very friendly here and were happy to talk about their lifestyle and local customs,they were very interested in Australia and our native animals and...More
The two streets running alongside the Doutonburi canal and busy and garish, but still fun; so experience what everyone else has and enjoy yourself.
However, go off the main thoroughfare and you will find some great restaurants. Small, reasonably priced, and really good food.