Highlights: Nihonbashi (Nihonbashi) is a well-known electrical street in the south of Osaka Castle, only one stop by subway from the Shinsaibashi area of Namba. The Electric Town mainly refers to the neighborhood from the east side of Namba Takashimaya to Nihonbashi 2-chome to 5-chome, to the subway Ebisucho Station. There are more than 200 household appliances and digital stores within about 800 meters along Sakaisuji Avenue. Among them, there are many duty-free shops with product descriptions in English, Korean and Chinese, attracting countless tourists to shop. Nihonbashi has a long history, and it is said that it has been a bustling street of "Naniwa (Osaka's old name)" since the Edo period. With the recovery of Japan's economy after the war, Nihonbashi has grown from a small neighborhood full of small shops selling second-hand clothes and used books to a bustling and representative bustling city in Osaka over the decades. As the saying goes, "Akihabara in the east and Nihonbashi in the west", Nihonbashi, as one of the three major electrical streets in Japan, is not only an ideal place to purchase high-quality electrical appliances at low prices, but has also gradually become an Otaku in recent years. A place for pop culture. The west side street parallel to Sakaisuji Avenue is commonly known as "Otaku Road". Unlike Sakaisuji Avenue, which is lined with large shops and buildings, there are mostly small shops and mixed-use buildings, character models, toy figures, role-playing, Shops such as maid cafes are lined up. It is comparable to Tokyo's Akihabara, and it is a good place to appreciate Japan's unique culture such as animation, manga, and games.