Shinsaibashi shopping street starts from ebisu bridge....It's quite a walk....But at the end is shinsaibashi subway station so you don't need to walk back. Full is shops n eating places.
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I really loved the whole strip of Shinsaibashi-suji connecting to Dotonbori (Glicoman). Lots of cheap finds with a mix of local brands and foreign brands. Lots of food options. Can usually get crowded because it’s really a popular place in Osaka. 10/10 would visit again!
Close to Dotonbori and Namba. If you visit Dotonbori, you can go to Shinsaibashi because it's next to Dotonbori. Visit here for shopping and Eating is a must if you visit Osaka!!
shopping haven for ladies, many shop from international to local stall. close to dotonbori area. it's a must visit place at osaka
If you go to Dotonbori, you can stop by Shinsaibashi as it just next to Dotonbori. This is a great place for shopping, lot of branded outlets and restaurants. You can find street fashion as well with affordable price. Don't forget to visit Disney store...More
very near to Shinsaibashi Subway Station. entrance to the Shinsaibashi shopping arcade is just nearby. good food such as Luke’s lobster roll. Must try. shopping street is well covered. good for both rainy and sunny days
Fascinating area close to the hotel where I stayed. Lots of good food options and an insight into life with panchinko parlors.
The Shinsaibashi Subway Station is just a stone throw away. Exit the station which connects to the Daimaru shopping complex and you’ll see the entrance to the Shinsaibashi shopping arcade. There are many stores eg H&M, Uniqlo, Skechers, Zara etc. Don’t forget to give Luke’s...More
Shinsaibashi is a covered shopping arcade perfect with a variety of shops from high street fashion to luxury brands. A wide array of restaurants and sweet shops welcome guests as they walk through the arcade.