If you want to go shopping in Osaka, I think Shinsaibashi should be the first choice. 🎁
From first-line luxury brands to fast-moving consumer brands, there is a complete range of products, which means that there are too many people, 😼especially in large shopping malls such as Daimaru Department Store, when the peak is coming, tax refunds will be busier! 😁
The small stands on both sides of the streets are full of Japanese food. You can enjoy it. Friends who love the night market can also find first-class perfect night market here!🤘🤛
Osaka Shinsaibashi Travel
is very lively at night, but it is also very beautiful during the day.
The light is brighter than the night, and it is very quiet during the day.
I wear a French-style polka-dot dress on this day
Walk in a small and quiet street, the breeze blows, really nice,
Osaka's best travel season I I think it is early spring and early autumn, the weather is a little bit cool, there are maple leaves, there are cherry blossoms
Xinzhai Qiaojin Commercial Street, on the top is a closed light arcade, no fear of wind and rain. From large department stores to affordable shops, everything from fashion, cosmeceuticals and jewelry to groceries and food. We also discussed when we started, try not to shop in Kansai, and wait until Tokyo buy and buy. After all, dragging your luggage to Mount Fuji is not an easy task. However, as soon as you enter the business circle, you will forget all these vows. Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori are connected together, and the large light signs stand on both sides of the avenue. The bustling around, almost all of them are Chinese. There is a feeling of being broad and deep in the north. Go to the road of Crab Road, turn right and see a vivid signboard. The design of the door of each store is particularly interesting, and we almost carried our heads all the way. The whole road is full of the street atmosphere in the old Japanese TV series. This is the imaginative Japanese street.
It was another hour's drive from Kyoto to Osaka.
Back to Shinsaibashi, this is a good place to shop, duty-free shops, drugstores have everything.
On this bridge, we stayed for a long time.
Stayed in the fly to find us back and forth twice, stayed until he said, "Are you in love with this bridge?"
I remember when I first came to Doton, it was evening. At that time, the streets were not all drugstores and duty-free shops. Of course, there are not many Chinese people here.
The most impressive thing is that there are countless 18-stores.
Their 18 bans are projected on the ground. Can you imagine a group of 16-year-old teenagers who didn't notice the scene after they rushed into the store and then hurriedly fled in the eyes of the clerk?
I remember the scene freshly, when I entered the store, I escaped from the shop laughing on the street, and I wanted to buy souvenirs, but every one of them was depressed by MADE IN CHINA.
Adolescents who have been traveling together have already had their own horizons. I will come back here again, and it is also ever-changing.
Japanese food, in addition to the daily materials, the most famous on the street is probably the octopus balls.
The first time I had no experience in Japan, I took a whole meal in one bite and then licked my mouth with a hot tooth. A box of eight, eight people are this look. At that time, it probably wouldnt be installed. Its just fun, and its not happy when its on the face.
The street snacks line up a lot of people, but we are not interested.
Too hot, probably only ice water yogurt can be saved.
Shinsaibashi is a well-known commercial shopping district in Osaka. It is centered on Shinsaibashi Commercial Street. It has a variety of boutiques, specialty stores, and department stores, as well as a variety of shops where you can buy Japanese groceries. Of course, you can also shop big brands. It is a must-visit shopping paradise. You can also find food from all over the world as well as local speciality such as Okonomiyaki, fried skewers, takoyaki, and ramen.