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This shopping and entertainment complex is one of the biggest in West Japan! It has everything from department stores and specialty shops to restaurants so you can indulge in shopping, trendy fashion and dining, all in one location.
It has JR Osaka ...
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We were travelling through Osaka and didn't really have time to visit the city itself. The Station City had everything we needed. The shops were pretty good and we managed to find our way up to the 11th floor where there is a small tranquil...More
This is the complex of many shopping malls located around JR Osaka Station.
Osaka JR station is located in Umeda Area, and Umeda has many other shopping malls and department stores, but this is limited to the malls on JR Osaka Station. This complex includes...More
This is the main station in Osaka and, as you would expect for a city of this size, it's huge. We got lost a few times but fortunately there are plenty of signs and after a while you work it out. If you don't like...More
You got shopping mall, cinema, cafe, garden, restaurant, and osaka's view from the rooftop. Do not forget to take a picture in front of the big clock "carillon clock" on the 2nd floors. And enjoy mini "yawaragi no niwa" garden on the 10th and 11th...More
We've been in Osaka for three days, staying in a hotel beside the train station so we are in and out of the station a few times each day and we get lost every time. This is the most bewildering, frustrating train station we've ever...More
Right. It is very confusing navigating your way around the central Osaka.
Just go to LUCUA (in Osaka Station City). Go to the 10th floor, and you'll find a hidden oasis in the middle of the city. There are 3 different little "gardens" which you...More
First stop information desk to check how to get to Narita in 3 days time. Very helpful. Then down to the basement for coffee and snacks. Then a wander aroubd GU and Uniqlo and other stores in the nice AC .
This is my first time in japan , also in osaka city station I don’t know why but i find japan’s train map is very complicated (my head is exploding) this station is actually a good stop for you guys that love to shop, because...More
Very strategic location where connect transportation system. There are many choices for you to shop and there are different type of food such as Western, fast food, Japan local food.
Recommend to go when traveling to Osaka