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Osaka Shopping Guide

A thriving port city on Japan’s largest island of Honshu, Osaka is the second largest metropolitan area in Japan behind the capital city, Tokyo. It's known for its bustling city streets, striking architecture, lively nightlife, foodie scene, and, of course, shopping. Locals' devotion to shopping is easily apparent in the city's miles of shopping arcades, malls, and streets filled with world-class stores featuring high-end brands, discount chains, and thrift shops.

Umeda (Kita)

Umeda, also known as The Kita or north district in Osaka, is one of two main city centers (the other being Namba). Many of Osaka's hotels are located in this busy hub. Osaka Station City is located here. It’s a large railway station with a glass roof that spans the railway tracks. Newly renovated buildings on the north and south sides of the station offer many shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities. Osaka City Station includes Damairu, Lucua, Lucua 1100, Tokyu Hands, and Pokemon Center Osaka.Umeda is also home to Grand Front Osaka, a one-stop-shopping destination with more than 260 vendors; Hankyu Umeda Main Store, one of Japan’s largest department stores; and Yodobashi Camera, which is an electronics shopping haven. Hanshin Department Store is well-known among the people of Osaka for its rich variety of foods. It is a good place to find items like Kombu Kelp and Sembei Rice Crackers. A local favorite, the Tenjimbashi-suji shopping arcade has a unique high-vaulted roof that creates an open-air market atmosphere along a mile and a half (2.6 km) of assorted boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. Shoppers can find handbags, shoes, toys, flowers, and everyday goods.

Top Places to Shop in Osaka
Takashimaya Osaka Store
236 reviews
The Namba area is Osaka’s central hub for shopping, restaurants and leisure, and is exciting at any time of the day or night. The Takashimaya department store has stood proudly as a symbol of this bustling area for more than a century, offering the top quality brands and excellent customer service for which Japan is famous. Takashimaya welcomes international visitors, combining traditional Kansai regional hospitality with special services to enhance your shopping experience.
Osaka Station City
484 reviews
The entire complex station,including the redevelopment area of JR Osaka Station. Department stores''DAIMARU'',fashion buildings''LUCUA OSAKA'', cinema complex,the shops and restaurants.
Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Honten
90 reviews
Clothing, household goods, cosmetics, and a fine assortment of moderate to fine dining options make Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Honten a great destination for shopping and eating with easy train access.
Hanshin Umeda Honten
147 reviews
At Hanshin Umeda Honten, you will find a large selection of trendy women's clothing and food options. There's also a fair amount of knick-knacks and souvenirs at bargain prices.
Tower Knives Osaka
149 reviews
Tower Knives Osaka is a unique knife gallery / knife shop, located near Tsutenkaku Tower in Shinsekai, Osaka. We proudly carry a large range of selected knives crafted in Sakai, Osaka, and also from other Japanese regions. Come by to just view and learn more about Japanese knives, or select the knife that matches your needs, preferred design, and budget.
Hankyu Umeda Honten
400 reviews
Hankyu Umeda is one of Japan's largest department stores. The flagship location carries labels such as Balenciaga, Chanel, and Prada.
Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Street
471 reviews
Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shotengai, also known as "Kitchenware Street," is a shopping arcade in Namba lined with specialty shops selling cookware, kitchenware, restaurant supplies, and unique souvenirs.
Tiger Copenhagen American Village
67 reviews
Tiger Copenhagen American Village in Osaka, from a global Danish chain, is a fun, multi-level shopping experience that sells toys, gifts, and souvenirs in a unique atmosphere.
Hankyu Sanban Gai
171 reviews
The Hankyu Sanbangai shopping center is at the Hankyu Umeda Station and has gourmet food, fashion, and lifestyle goods. It's a great place to shop with kids because there is a large Kiddy Land store.
Pokemon Center Osaka
228 reviews
Fans of Pokemon won't want to miss this mecca of Pokemon merchandise, homeware, fashion items, toys, and more. There is also a game center with an arcade and machines that dispense capsule toys.
Doton Plaza
14 reviews
More than 30 shops make up Doton Plaza on Osaka's famous Dotonbori Street. Find Japanese crafts, international fashion retailers, jewelers, and more. There's also an airport shuttle and tea museum.
Herbis Plaza / Herbis Plaza Ent
79 reviews
Herbis Plaza is Osaka's largest luxury brand shopping mall, with a mix of international and Japanese high-end retailers. Its central location in front of Osaka Station offers easy airport access.
Expocity
500 reviews
Expocity is a very large collection of shops and restaurants near the Redhorse Osaka Ferris Wheel. The Pokemon Center is a must-see for fans, and there are family-oriented stores and a food pavilion.
Hep Five
169 reviews
Whether or not you like shopping, you may want to check out this unusual mall, with its unique stores and gigantic Ferris wheel that actually cuts into some of the floors.
Rinku Premium Outlets
781 reviews
The Rinku Premium Outlets are near Kansai Airport and offer considerable discounts on high-end Japanese and international brands at 210 stores. Outlets include Michael Kors, Gucci, Nike, and Seiko.
Namba Marui
19 reviews
This shopping mall featuring art and fashion, comprises nine floors of local and international clothing and accessories brands. Original art throughout and a top-floor cinema add to the experience.
Daimaru Shinsaibashi
228 reviews
Daimaru Shinsaibashi offers a full range of shopping mall goods and unique services, from high-fashion shops like YSL, Tiffany & Co., And Chanel, to a beauty salon and even a cooking school.
Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street
817 reviews
A unique indoor street market with a high-vaulted roof that creates an open-air vibe, Tenjimbashisuji is Japan's longest shopping street with 1.5 Miles of eateries and conventional goods and services.
Namba Parks
366 reviews
Namba Parks is a massive shopping and office complex with a stunning eight-level rooftop garden spanning several city blocks perched atop boutique shops, specialty stores, and restaurants.
Grand Front Osaka
529 reviews
With more than 260 vendors, Grand Front Osaka offers everything from cosmetics to cafes. The shops sell popular international and Japanese brands and an appreciable collection of Made in Japan brands.
Namba City
129 reviews
Namba City is located at the Namba Station on the Nankai line and features about 300 retail shops and cafes selling everything from everyday essentials to trendy fashion apparel to Hawaiian pancakes.
Abeno Q's Mall
155 reviews
Abeno Q's Mall offers a dizzying array of specialty boutiques that sell head-to-toe fashions. There's also a food court and grocery market.
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#1 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
She explained everything in detail, was very patient, directed me in a way that made me feel completely at home and comfortable and was able to create an atmosphere in which we both just had a lot of fun!
We got to choose the kimonos and accessories we liked among a variety of them and we had a great time with a lot of laughter during the whole shooting.
#2 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
Beautiful display of knives to look at and the shop assistant explained to us the different cabinets and she managed to ride that perfect line between being helpful and letting us look at our own pace.
Next time when I'm in Osaka and need a knife-you going to be my place to be! PS: The price is nice there too, very similar in every knife shop in Osaka but the service was the best!
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#3 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
Sit down restaurants on the higher floors that a more expensive, but you can choose different specialties from Italian, Sushi, Unagi, Tempura, Wa-Foo (Japanese), Western Style, Steak House, Pizza etc.... It's a ty...
An absolute visual feast, merchandise displays, varieties of food choices, high end quality, and sample tastings.
#4 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
... map is very complicated (my head is exploding) this station is actually a good stop for you guys that love to shop, because there’s varieties of shop and it’s very big and easy because is connected with the JR
CONVENIENCE MART, SOUVENIRS, BEAUTY STORE: Probably the most well-stocked and truly convenient 7-Eleven convenience mart is also at the side where Hotel Granvia is (about 30 steps away from hotel lobby!).
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#5 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
So fun for walking around a Japanese retro shopping street with hearing a traditional Japanese music and also good for exercise too!
We caught the train to JR Temma and when we left the station we found ourselves smack in the midst of this fabulous street... 2 km’s of independent shops and cafes under a covered canopy.
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#6 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
Besides the outdoor garden areas there are Some really classy souvenir shops, beautiful skin care shops for creams and face masks , unique homewares and books.
The place is on hop on and hop off bus tour route, the place is at top of a shopping mall, me and my friend visited the mall then we discovered the garden, it was a nice surprise, we took a walk and enjoy the place.
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#7 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
Weekend was crowded with locals doing the grocery shopping.
It’s very nice place to shop and has many designs and items that I can’t find elsewhere !
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#8 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
Lots of casual dining restaurant to try out and eat and also a lot of souvenir shop to check out at Universal City Walk , Osaka.
They served mainly Japanese cuisine but you can also find Hard Rock Cafe and Red Lobster here too.
#9 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
The store in Osaka is pretty large and has a large variety of Pokemon merchandise- plush toys, stationery, phone cases, key chains, games, clothing and cards (including XY booster packs).
Back in Osaka for the second time from last year and I'm surprised to see the store has changed up their offerings which is refreshing and shopping in it as a pokemon fan make its all worthwhile.
#10 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
This shopping complex is rather new one, one minute walk from northern exit of JR Osaka Station, passing through overbrigde.High buildings,which are also for business use, have many shops and restaurants.
There are great eats, good places to walk, shops and beautiful views.
#11 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
This was my family's favorite shopping experience during our 10-day visit to Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.
Amazing ...the longest shopping street in Japan
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#12 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
This department store is across the street from Osaka station.
#13 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
This is a super big mega shopping center located at the terminal building of Hankyu Umeda Station.
On basement level two (BF2) there are over 100 small food shops all reasonably priced and many with English menus or some ability to understand my terribly limited Japanese.
#14 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
A good place to shop especially if you are taking the train out of Osaka for a day trip to nearby towns as you go through Umeda station.
A must visit Kitchen & Market (B2) for great food and atmosphere
#15 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
One of the biggest shopping mall in the city: with over 250 shops, restaurants, supermarkets, Sega game center and Shibuya109! can get very crowded on weekends but overall a great place to shop and chill, with rea...
This is a big shopping mall where you could spend hours doing your shopping and there are restaurants as well as a food court where the food court serves really good food.
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Namba Walk

Sennichimae
#16 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
There are many small shops selling food, clothes, daily necessities etc. Very popular with locals and being covered, ensure comfortable walking and shopping away from the elements.
... enjoy taking my time to look and see the shops, cafes, clothes, souvenirs, snacks etc.. try everything, see everything, sometimes I wonder how was my time spent after a few days.. still would come back and shop.
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#17 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
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#19 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
10 floors of everything you can think of in a departmental store comprising of of goods of the highest quality matched by service of the highest provided with a smile.
Will definitely come again next time for shopping here if we are in Osaka.
#20 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
#22 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
It is very centrally located and the train station allows for easy access to literally, anywhere.
#24 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
My hub and I went to take the Tempozan Ferris Wheel and Santa Maria cruise.
We shopped around and have simple tea time of ramen at the ground floor.
#25 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
We take the 100 yen bus from Uehonmachi and spend time browsing the many shops and each time we select a new dining experience.
#27 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
#28 of 413 Shopping in Osaka
It's alot of place to visit and very busy area with a lot of tourist and oishi restaurant and delicious foods.
Lovely Shopping Street - Namba Ebisubashisuji Shotengai
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