Japan Travel by NAVITIME - Japan Travel Guides, Transit Search and Itinerary Planner

Department Store Spots in Osaka Area

  • Hankyu Department Store Umeda Main Store
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Kakudachou 8-7
    Hankyu Umeda Main Store is one of Osaka’s longest-established department stores, having been founded as a station terminal department store in 1929 when Umeda Station was renovated. Hankyu Umeda Main Store has a total of 15 floors (13 floors above ground and two basement levels); the total floor space is larger than any other department store in Japan. With a concentration of the world’s leading brands in “International Boutiques” on the fifth floor, and another floor with a concentration of Japanese and international cosmetics brands, etc. Hankyu Umeda Main Store is renowned as the starting point for new fashion trends in the Kansai region.
  • Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Shinsaibashisuji 1-7-1
    The Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store is a department store that has become an iconic symbol of the Shinsaibashi district of Osaka. It is a large department store complex that comprises a Main Building, South Building, and also a North Building that was formerly the Sogo Shinsaibashi department store. Besides Japanese and international luxury goods brands, the Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store also sells high-end fashion, jewelry, household goods, etc. The Main Building is a gorgeous edifice with internal and external decoration in the Art Deco and Gothic styles; the Main Building is currently closed for refurbishment, but is scheduled to reopen in the autumn of 2019. There is direct access to the Store by an underground passage from Shinsaibashi Station.
  • Daimaru Umeda
    12 Reviews
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Umeda 3-1-1
    Daimaru Umeda is a department store located close to Osaka Station and Umeda Station. Representing a whole new kind of department store, Daimaru Umeda has a total of 17 floors (15 floors above ground and two basement levels). Besides fashion boutiques, there is also the “Ufufu Girls” floor for young women, and large branches of the Uniqlo and Tokyu Hands retail chains. The Pokemon Center Osaka and Tomica Shop are located on the 13th floor, with restaurants and cafes on the 14th floor.

    I walked into the bakery section in Daimaru Department store in Osaka Station by chance and realised that it was Paul Bocuses. I tried and was not disappointed. They indicated TOP 3 best sellling...

  • Hanshin Department Store Umeda Main Store
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Umeda 1-13-13
    A department store connected directly to Hanshin-Umeda Station renowned locally for its selection of foodstuffs and groceries. The grocery section in the basement is filled with shops offering everything from Osaka favorites to the tastes of renowned shops from around the country, such as ikayaki fried squid, 551 Horai, and rusks by Gateau Festa Harada, well-known for its lines. The Hanshin Department Store also hosts fashionable apparel shops, cosmetics stores, and a Hanshin Tigers shop on the eighth floor where you can purchase a variety of team-themed goods. In summer, a beer garden, which has become a mecca for Tigers fans, is opened on the roof where patrons can enjoy watching live baseball.
  • Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Main Store
    Osaka Osakashi Abeno-ku Abenosuji 1-1-43
    One of Japan’s largest independent department stores, comprised of a Tower Building situated in floors B2 through 14 in the 300 meter tall Abeno Harukas skyscraper and an adjoining Wing Building. The facility is filled with a diverse variety of establishments, including leading overseas clothing brands, fashionable casual apparel brands, restaurants, and interior design shops. There is also the Abeno Harukas Dining restaurant area spanning three floors, Soraha specialty shop area, an electronics retail shop, large scale bookstore, and more, providing countless hours of fun shopping for locals and tourists alike. The closest stations are Tennoji Station and Osaka Abenobashi Station.
  • Osaka Takashimaya
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Namba 5-1-5
    The Osaka branch of one of Japan's longest-established department store chains, Takashimaya Osaka Store is a major landmark in Minami district in Osaka. Besides the leading Japanese and international fashion brands, Takashimaya Osaka Store also has an impressive total of around 80 boutiques selling cosmetics, sundries, etc. The “Namba Dining Maison” restaurant zone on the seventh to ninth floors is open until 11:00 at night, and is a popular place to get together for a meal or a drink. The rooftop illuminations are a must-see.
  • Umeda Opa
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Chayamachi 1-27 ABC-MART Umeda Building B1F/B2F
    A two-minute walk from Hankyu Umeda Station, or a four-minute walk from the Midosuji Exit of Osaka Station. This fashion building in Umeda run by Daiei Group has 31 tenants. It is based on the idea of 'mixed casual' with stores popular amongst women in their 20s and 30s, many of which are first-time stores in the Kansai region and Japan. Stores focus on ladies' wear and cosmetics, but there are also convenience stores, drug stores, ATMs and other facilities available.
  • Nanba Marui
    Osaka Osaka-shi Chuo-ku Nanba 3-8-9
  • Kintetsu Department Store Uehonmachi
    Osaka Osaka Tennoji Uehonmachi 6-1-55
  • Keihan Department Store Moriguchi
    Osaka Moriguchishi Kawaharacho 8-3
  • Hankyu Men's Osaka
    Osaka Osaka-shi Kita-ku Kakudacho 7-10
  • Senri Hankyu
    Osaka Toyonaka
  • Keihan Department Store Hirakata
    Osaka Hirakata Okahigashicho 19-19
  • SEIBU Takatsuki
    Osaka Takatsukishi Hakubaicho 4-1
  • Dew Hankyu Yamada
    Osaka Suita-shi Yamada Nishi 4-1-2
  • Matsuzakaya Takatsuki
    Osaka Takatsukishi Konyamachi 2-1
  • Keihan Department Store Suminodo
  • Kintetsu Department Store Higashiosaka
    Osaka Higashiosaka-shi Chodo 1-1-1
  • Keihan Department Store Kuzuha Mall
    Osaka Hirakata-shi Kuzuhahanazonocho 15-1 Kuzuha Mall Motodate 3F
  • Takashimaya Sakai
    Osaka Sakai-shi Sakai-ku Mikunigaokamiyukidori 59

Osaka Main Areas


While Osaka prefecture is the country's second smallest prefecture, its capital, Osaka City, is the country’s third-largest and arguably one of the most popular in the Kansai region thanks to its vibrant nightlife, the Osaka people’s openness, and its much-loved cuisine, which has earned it the nickname “the nation’s kitchen."

Osaka Photo Album

Browse Interests