Don Quijote Dotonbori StoreCurrently Open
- Address: Japan, 〒542-0084 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo Ward, Souemoncho, ７−１３
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +81-647081411
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids
Don Quijote Dotonbori Store - Review
If you are in Japan and you want everything at one place, then this is the most useful place for you. There are so many things to stare at and buy that you can spend an entire day here, and you will realize that there are many little things that you need to make your life more comfortable. You will see a great collection of stuffs like medicines, food items, clothes, grocery, liquor and many more. Everything and available at reasonable price and many times with discount. There’s so much variety that would feel like to buy a souvenir for your friends and family from here. There are seven floors in this store and each floor has a huge range of things.
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Don Quijote Dotonbori Store, Chuo Reviews
Only been on the Japanese souvenirs floor, but been there multiple times. It's a great place to get a lot of food and snacks you want for yourself or your relatives. No need to pick stuff from here and there, you can get all in one shop. The space between the shelves is pretty narrow, so it can get really crowded and a bit frustrating. The ferris wheel thingy was running again when we were there in June 2018. That is worth a ride, it will give you a view of the inner city. Not the prettiest view, but price-wise it wasn't much and it's fun.
Quirky and interesting store right in Dotonbori. Great place to pick up snacks/souvenirs in this giant multi-level store. It is very crowded as aisles are put close together and there are many people shopping.
Decent store for getting all your supplies from Japanese snacks, souvenirs, fashion or other quirky stuff. It's an endless shopping experience, you can easily spend a few hours in this store alone and queuing up on the cashier.
This shop is quite big and has 6 floorsnext to the river. Drugs, electronic items, luxury products, food and snacks and gift items are sold in this store at cheap prices. Tourists can enjoy tax free shopping in this store and many Chinese touriats like visiting and shopping in this store. One thing special about this store is that there is a sightseeing ferries wheel on the 3rd floor. You can pay 600 yens to get on to have a ride of the ferries wheel.
I received the worst service ever in this chemist. Went there a couple of days ago and tonight, despite the constant crowds there which I do not have problem with, I was served by the same European looking shop assistant at the tax return counter. First time when I went there, I was enquiring him how the returned tax was worked out for my two receipts and instead of him showing me what the calculation was, he only replied me with this exact following wording 'The tax return was 8%, not 18%!' I was a bit shocked with the service but later I started to think he might just have a bad night that night. The second time when I went there, after the tax return, I went to an empty register at the corner with a bench to put my passport and cash away. There was a pen lying freely on the bench. The pen was for customers to sign their receipts anyway and since other staff were so busy serving customers and I was not attended by any staff when I stood there, I did not ask if I was able to borrow the pen and used it. This same shop assistant came from no where when I started writing and took my pen and put it to the pen holder on the cash register machine then said: This is not your pen, don't self serve yourself!' I explained to him that I was not able to ask to borrow the pen since the register was unattended and at the corner, he then unwillingly allowed me to take the pen again from the pen holder. I do not understand how the service there could be lowered to this standard....Where is Japanese 'Omotenashi'? It is only sensible that there will be no thorough services during busy time from Japanese shops especially chemists in popular tourist spots (Being a regular traveller in Japan I received excellent customer services else where like department stores, electrical shops and restaurants even small ones in Japan though) but at least as a customer, I clearly know the minimum is that I do not deserve to take such attitude from a shop staff. I highly encourage any of your opinions or sharing the same customer service experiences to help other customers make their decision of choosing which store to shop.