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Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street

5-6-30 Tenjimbashi Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
+81 6-6840-1020
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worth a visit

The entire alley starts from Tenjinbashisuji exit 3 to Minamimorimachi exit 3 and slightly beyond... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2014
kingpanther
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Singapore
For more mature folks

Restaurants here are slightly cheaper than at Dotonoburi, but there is little else here is you are... read more

Reviewed 10 February 2014
MoonJazz
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Singapore
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What Makes It Special
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.
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5-6-30 Tenjimbashi Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture
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+81 6-6840-1020
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"local feel"
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"locals shop"
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"pachinko parlors"
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"drug store"
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"foreign tourists"
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"shops selling"
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"rainy day"
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"pleasant walk"
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"sushi"
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"street food"
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"longest"
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Reviewed 25 February 2014

The entire alley starts from Tenjinbashisuji exit 3 to Minamimorimachi exit 3 and slightly beyond. Agreed with the previous poster that it caters more to the 30+ and Shinsaibashi offers more exciting shopping options for the young. However its still worth a visit given its...More

3  Thank kingpanther
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Reviewed 10 February 2014

Restaurants here are slightly cheaper than at Dotonoburi, but there is little else here is you are 35 and under, most shops cater to more mature folks. The one gem here was the furniture store Simple House Lettuce, which had lovely rustic furniture and fittings...More

1  Thank MoonJazz
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Reviewed 9 February 2014

Unike Shinsaibashi, this is very local and much longer shopping alley. Loved those drug stores; souvenir/snack shops and supermarkets. If you are a shopaholic, you would need at least 3 hours to complete the entire alley! It's just a stone throw away from the Tenjimbashi...More

1  Thank BB2015LWT
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Reviewed 19 January 2014

Our hotel was nearby so we strolled here for a look see. It's good if you are into nostalgia or really like to see how some locals do their shopping. If not, better stick to Shinsaibashi suji for more exciting shopping options including Osaka's biggest...More

2  Thank ChuJoe
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Reviewed 29 December 2013 via mobile

I did my research on this street much much earlier and didn't come back to read the later reviews before I proceeded -- missed some great info! I took the subway and got off at Omigachi station -- actually we had the intention to get...More

2  Thank FineCity
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Reviewed 4 December 2013

a long shopping street. some parts of interconnecting streets may not be fully covered and may get slightly wet when it is raining. most shops are older shops. covered walkway to tenjimbashi roku chome station and jr tenma station.

2  Thank dsim
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Reviewed 3 December 2013

Something like Shinsaibashi shopping street, and its sheltered. Took the train on the Osaka loop line and stop at Temma station (one station after Osaka Station), I particularly like this place very much. The food there was cheap and localised. Plenty of variety to choose...More

7  Thank scubadude9
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Reviewed 30 November 2013

There are 6 sections in this street. There are not much to see from section 1 to section 3. There are more people in section 4 to section 6. Recommend to visit only from section 4 to section 6. so take the subway to take...More

6  Thank alexemilycrystal
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Reviewed 25 November 2013

Have time, and be prepared to explore. Go in the early evening to enjoy the lights. Go inside as many different stores as you can. There are so many places to eat and you will be spoilt for choice. We ate at a sushi bar,...More

4  Thank rockdrive22
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Reviewed 20 November 2013

Delightfully long covered shopping street with an assortment of stores to keep things fresh. Every segment is different, and gets progressively more upbeat and trendy. Plenty of restaurants and cafes to chill too, so no worries about getting too tired.

1  Thank Ming H
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Jeannette S
20 January 2017|
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Response from YKLDon | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, walk towards the northern end of the shopping street.
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Chinagal1965
18 October 2015|
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Response from hgchua | Reviewed this property |
most of the stores are already open by 11am then some closes in the afternoon around 4-5pm
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Nikky T
3 October 2015|
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Response from lovethesea738 |
Many kind of shops in this street so there aren't simple answers. For the example,classic vegetables &fruits shops or fish shops close about 19:30. Most of the restaurants are closed 23:30 ; of course beef on the rice shops... More
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