Tempozan Market Place, Osaka
Tempozan Market Place - A Quick Overview[Contribute/Review]
Address: 1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 552-0022, Japan
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Tempozan Market Place, Osaka
Rounding off the attractions at Tempozan (the other include the Ferris Wheel and the Osaka Aquarium), is this collection of eateries and boutiques. There are a smattering of other highlights. The Naniwa Kuishinbo Yokocho is basically a theme park of Osaka cuisine - takoyaki, okonomiyaki, kushikatsu. The Tempozan Anipa petting zoo ought to keep children occupied, as should the Legoland outlet. Comic lovers should check out the manga shop. Everyone should check out the 100 yen shop.
Tempozan Market Place Opening and Closing Hours
- Stores will keep their own hours.
How To reach Tempozan Market Place by Public Transport
- Chuo line stop Osaka-ko Station
- Buses 51, 60, 72, 88 stop Subway Osaka Port (bus)
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Tempozan Market Place, Osaka Reviews
Many shops and restaurants for food. A lot of variety In shops including Lego, toy shops, clothing, candy and many more. Easily spend half a day here for kids and adults.
There are several great attractions here such as the ferris wheel, the aquarium, and the Lego Land Discovery Center. The is also a nice veiw of the ocean from the food court area. The food court has a nice selection and good food. There isn't a wide variety of shops, but some of them are very fun and interesting.
Love it to bits. So much going on. The Kayukan (aquarium) is there,beautiful fountains,also the big Ocean liners stop there so that's another bonus. Virtually every shop assistant speaks some English so that saves me the ordeal of using my somewhat limited command of the Japanese language. All you need to know is "Arigato gozimas" - thank you very much. That little gesture and a respectful bow - preferably with a smile - will get you through the day in most of Japan . The exception might be Tokyo as the people there do not seem so welcoming as in other areas. That may simply be down to the sheer volume of people there so I don't mean to sound harsh. I can only speak as I find.
Good place to shop and eat at the mall's center food court after you have visited the aquarium / ferris wheel. Visit the petting zoo at 3rd floor as well.
Went here cos of the lego discovery centre and the Tempozan ferris wheel. Shopping was alright but I actually found out the souvenirs at Arashiyama is cheaper than here so end up not buying anything.No halal eateries nearby too cos the only one located in here is closed for renovation.