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- It's a grand department store with many offerings as one would expect. Must say the customer service is good. In particular we were excited by the many beautiful and delicate food offerings at the basement level.Written 17 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great place to wander around, whether or not you're catching a train (I was!).
Many great views of Osaka city, particularly at night. A photographer's delight. Possibly the longest escalators in the world!
One of the best railway stations I have ever visited. Five star for train enthusiasts!Written 8 September 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I have done a review of this place before in my previous visit 2 years ago and in my recent back to Osaka, I have also come by this place too since I was in Namba doing shopping and surely cannot miss this place.
Although it is a high end and posh departmental store with items priced much more steeper than elsewhere, it's good to come by to "see see" and compare prices. There are also several restaurants here that provide quality cuisines (also cost more than the restaurants just opposite the street).
Probably the brand has up it's positioning and price but if you can afford and going for branded items, this place will be relevant for you (though in my view, quality products need not necessary be high priced items)!Written 31 December 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Tucked in the southern side of Namba Station, it’s not as crowded as other shopping malls in the area. It’s good for those who look for a bit more upmarket brands or goods that are still reasonably priced.Written 10 February 2020
- We explored Namba walk while going from namba to jr east station. A interesting range of shops including clothing and restaurants and support stores eg manicurists. Very clesn and bright light.
It is one of the must places to explore when visiting the Dotonbori areaWritten 7 November 2019
- A great choice a restaurants if your looking to eat before or after visiting universal studios , a great looking place full of lights and sounds to impressWritten 9 February 2020
- Big shopping area connected to Namba Station. There’s a lot of choices for retail and also food and drinks. Has a good range from affordable fast food to fancier restaurants. It’s always very busy and also close to other shopping districts like Dotonbori and Shinshaibashi.Written 30 November 2019
- This is a crowded shopping street, full of people at any time of the day, that links to Shinsaibashi and Dotonburi that offers visitors more opportunities to shop and dine! There are many shops, each with their own promoters standing outside of their shops shouting to create attention. It's not only crowded but also noisy. For tourists, this place is good to visit to shop and many of the visitors are tourists, and you will see many of them carrying many shopping bags or even trolley luggages to store up their purchased items!
Of course, there are also many cafes, restaurants and fast food chains here and you can take a break from your shopping over some nice finger food or coffee before continuing on your shopping spree.
This is a nice place to drop by to indulge in the lifestyle and culture of the locals and also get to see the latest trendy products!Written 4 January 2020
- It's located right next to Umeda JRStation. Number of shops is not that many however there are many food and beverage choices upstairs and we tried some of them which were all good quality at reasonably affordable prices.Written 17 February 2020
- It was inconvenient with the main building closed. The Hello Kitty store is infront of the south Daimaru on the Shinsaibashi side. For tax return go through the Swatch store up to the 4th fl.Written 2 July 2019
- This hopping mall is big.
Not so too much high cost but too many people.
Especially 2nd floor and 3rd floor are too mess.
I hope I can visit there weekday not weekend next time.
Otherwise you will get so many jam here and there.
Some restaurant and cafe are good and cozy.
I recommend to visit there when you visit to Osaka.
大阪を訪れる際にはお勧めします✨Written 29 July 2019
- Just a short walk from the JR Tennoji Station, this Abeno Q's Mall offers shoppers a great opportunity to shop till you drop! There are so many shops here, spreading over several storey floors, ranging from fashion, to shoes, bags, lifestyle products (i.e. flying tiger store from Denmark), IT and electronics, toys (even the Disney store is here and SEGA), stationery and books etc. And at the basement, there's a large Ito-Yokado supermarket and convenience stores too!
There are so many eateries, fast food chains, cafes and restaurants and you will be spoiled for choices too!
The mall is bright, clean and spacious and you can walk leisurely and on the day of our visit, it was a weekday afternoon and so there was much lesser crowd.
However, there's one issue that I encountered. When I was trying to take some selfie photos at the mall, I was actually "stopped" by a security guard "no to do so". He was polite and though speaking in Japanese and smiling, he was trying to tell me not to take photos, by showing his actions. After this encounterment, I stopped taking photos (and the photos I showed here was taken before he approached me).
At first, I am puzzled why photo taking was not allowed and thought if he was being bias since I am a foreigner. Later, as I continued my walk-about, I saw several notices on the wall and at the pillar that "photography is not allowed".
It's the first time I encounter such incident that taking photos in a shopping mall is not allowed, not even selfie in front of a pillar or wall! I am not sure of the logic or reasoning behind but it's strange!
Other than this incident, the shopping experience was pleasant and nice and we ended up buying quite a lot of stuff from here.Written 27 December 2019
- If you are staying in downtown Osaka, take a few minutes to visit the Hanshin department store at Osaka Station. The bottom floor of the store is a gigantic food market with vendors selling every possible type of Japanese food imaginable. From fresh sushi and hot food plates to grocery items and hundreds of different kinds of candies and chocolates, the store is worth walking through even if you don't need to purchase anything. I regularly would walk to the station from the hotel to pick up a fresh and cheap lunch if I opted not to eat at the hotel or a restaurant.Written 30 May 2019
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