Namba City, Osaka
Namba City, Osaka - Address, Phone Number
Address: Japan, 〒542-0076 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo Ward, Nanba, 5−1−60
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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About Namba City, Osaka
This shopping mall is integrated into the Namba station. It has 2 Buildings, one of which is the main building and the other is the south building. The combined floors have 300 different stores, boutiques and restaurants. The attraction for tourists is that a lot of the shopping here can be duty free. Check the department store website for details about tax-exempt purchases. There is a huge replica of the rocket that launched Japan's first to geostationary satellite in 1997 - find it on the B1 floor of the main building. Is possible to spend the entire day exploring this mall.
Namba City Information
- Parking available
- Disabled accessible
Namba City Opening and Closing Hours
- Stores may follow their own timings.
How To reach Namba City by Public Transport
- Midosuji Line, Sen-Nichimae Line, Yotsubashi Line stop Namba Station.
- Nankai Line, Nankai-Koya Line, and Nankai-Limited Express stop Nankai-Namba Station.
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Namba City, Osaka Reviews
Huge shopping mall that is attached to the railway and subway tracks. Lots of reasonably priced choices, as well as restaurants. Some of the best food is found in these little cafes where the locals eat.
Great place for shopping, dining, and people-watching, especially if you just want to look around or eat. Namba City is big, with a confusing layout. If you have to take a train or subway from here, or if you have to find your way out, don't rely only on signage. You may have to ask for help if you lose your way.
Great clothing stores, specially for sporting goods. The restaurants selection is quite wide and varied. They hold an illumination event during Christmas. Recommended.
Its super fun and nice to live here. It has a lot of famous spot that you can travel just by walking.
Tourists shop at shimshabashi, locals at tenjinbashi and hip cool osaka folks shop at Namba. Packed when we were there but so many fashion stores and restaurant options. Feels like one giant US mall with many side streets where you can get your ramen fill.