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Daimaru Shinsaibashi Store大丸心斎橋店

Daimaru

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.

place

Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Shinsaibashisuji 1-7-1

phone 0662711231
place

[North Bldg] 10:00-20:30
[North Bldg 13 F Restaurant] 11:00-22:00
[South Bldg 1-8 F] 10:30-21:00
[South Bldg B 1 F Relaxing Garden (women's floor)] 10:00-20:30
※ Dependent on the store

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Address

Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Shinsaibashisuji 1-7-1 [map]

Phone

0662711231

Hours
[North Bldg] 10:00-20:30
[North Bldg 13 F Restaurant] 11:00-22:00
[South Bldg 1-8 F] 10:30-21:00
[South Bldg B 1 F Relaxing Garden (women's floor)] 10:00-20:30
※ Dependent on the store
Closed
New Year's Day
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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