Osaka Hot Spots! Recommendations from the att.JAPAN Osaka Team
ReleaseSeptember 6, 2021
Shinsaibashi PARCOOnce the Daimaru Shinsaibashi Main Building, this shopping center reopened in November 2020. Its main feature is the 6th floor that focuses on all things pop culture. Among the stores that carry merchandise of pop culture characters both from Japan and overseas, there is even a booth dedicated to the American casual fashion brand “GBL” inside the “Donguri Kyowakoku” store that targets Studio Ghibli fans. Another popular store is “CAPCOM STORE OSAKA,” a shop of game maker CAPCOM, which has created successful games such as “Monster Hunter.”
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Feel the excitement of the Shinsaibashi Neon Restaurant Town on the 2nd basement floor! The unique restaurants will stimulate all your senses as you get a thrilling taste of Osaka.
1-8-3 Shinsaibashi-suji, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
Direct access from Shinsaibashi Station (Subway)
EKI MARCHÉ SHIN-OSAKA SotoeThe food at the JR Shin-Osaka Station is more delicious than ever! “EKI MARCHÉ SHIN-OSAKA SOTOE” opened outside the East Exit in March 2021, and now boasts a total of 48 shops in and outside the gate. You can grab a bite to eat while waiting for your bullet train or try some take-out food from a famous shop—whatever you choose, this “food capital” of Osaka is an ideal place to relish Osaka.
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The famous tart specialty store from the stylish Osaka town of Kitahorie has now arrived in Shin-Osaka Station! Made to be enjoyed without plates or forks, they make the perfect snacks to eat while riding the bullet train.
EKI MARCHÉ SHIN-OSAKA Sotoe
Outside the East Exit gate of JR Shin-Osaka Station, 5-16-1 Nishinakajima, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
Featured facility in the Osaka Bay Area
Solaniwa Onsen OSAKA BAY TOWERThis onsen theme park made its grand opening in 2019. Relax in the hot spring and bedrock baths inside this facility themed after the Azuchi–Momoyama period (1568-1600), when the original Osaka Castle was built.
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*The information herein is as of August 2021.