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Shopping in Osaka
Anna Sui

Anna Sui, the popular New York based designer clothing store for women, made its debut in Japan with much success, as you would expect. From cosmetics to clothing to all the basic accessories, women can buy just about everything they need to look (and smell) fashionable. The quality of the merchandise is high, but because of the world renowned haute-couture brand-name label that is attached to the products, they are fairly expensive. This store is conveniently located in the Big Step shopping center.

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Takashimaya

This opulent, nine-story department store, located right in the center of the town, has all the features one would expect of a top-notch emporium. As one enters from the street, the elegant jewelry departments, including Tiffany's, attract the shopper. The store has a very good range of men's, women's and children's wear, the tie department having a particularly wide range. On the sixth floor, the art gallery is well worth a look for traditional ikebana(Japanese flower arranging) or Western art exhibitions.

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Joe's Garage

Joe's Garage record store pays homage to the 60s and 70s, and Frank Zappa in particular, plus a fair bit of other genres. Thousands of new and used LPs, plus collector's items, bootlegs and CDs available at reasonable prices. Struggling to survive when it launched in 1986, Joe's has thrived to become something of a mecca for Kyoto's hip youngsters for whom 1986 is so long ago it must be cool. Joe's plastic bags--banana on white background--are an essential hand accessory. Located near Kyoto University and the British Council. Coffee and drinks are available, so sip while you flip those covers.

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Umeda Loft

An alternative to the traditional department store, Loft is the choice of the young and the hip. While the clothing selection is minimal, just a few hats and other accessories, the choice of stationary, handbags and house wares is impressive. Loft is where you can find the perfect throw pillow for the couch, an interesting set of Tarot cards or a briefcase sure to be the envy of all in the office. But don't stop there; be sure to make your way to the “party section” and pick up a Halloween costume—Samurai and other Edo era characters are always popular for a gag gift.

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Hep Five

This is quite an unusual and exciting shopping mall. Besides having around 150 stores and restaurants, there is also a giant ferris wheel that rises far above the city and dips into the upper floors of the mall. The many stores include a number of Western brand-name outlets that you may have trouble finding elsewhere, as well as other unique stores. Even if you are not shopping, this is an interesting place to visit. And as it is located right beside Osaka station, it should not be out of your way.

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Sony Tower

Sony Tower is a building located in the Shinsaibashi area, you can probably already guess what it is devoted to. With 9 floors, the building hosts electronic equipment, devices and gadgets galore. Some people just can't get enough! On one floor, there is a showroom of all the latest technology developed by this world-leading company. Besides electronic equipment, though, there is also Sony Plaza with miscellaneous import items that make for great gifts. The basement floor has a cinema also.

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Recommended Shopping in Osaka
Anna Sui

Anna Sui, the popular New York based designer clothing store for women, made its debut in Japan with much success, as you would expect. From cosmetics to clothing to all the basic accessories, women can buy just about everything they need to look (and smell) fashionable. The quality of the merchandise is high, but because of the world renowned haute-couture brand-name label that is attached to the products, they are fairly expensive. This store is conveniently located in the Big Step shopping center.

Add to Collection
Umeda Loft

An alternative to the traditional department store, Loft is the choice of the young and the hip. While the clothing selection is minimal, just a few hats and other accessories, the choice of stationary, handbags and house wares is impressive. Loft is where you can find the perfect throw pillow for the couch, an interesting set of Tarot cards or a briefcase sure to be the envy of all in the office. But don't stop there; be sure to make your way to the “party section” and pick up a Halloween costume—Samurai and other Edo era characters are always popular for a gag gift.

Add to Collection
Hep Five

This is quite an unusual and exciting shopping mall. Besides having around 150 stores and restaurants, there is also a giant ferris wheel that rises far above the city and dips into the upper floors of the mall. The many stores include a number of Western brand-name outlets that you may have trouble finding elsewhere, as well as other unique stores. Even if you are not shopping, this is an interesting place to visit. And as it is located right beside Osaka station, it should not be out of your way.

Add to Collection
Sony Tower

Sony Tower is a building located in the Shinsaibashi area, you can probably already guess what it is devoted to. With 9 floors, the building hosts electronic equipment, devices and gadgets galore. Some people just can't get enough! On one floor, there is a showroom of all the latest technology developed by this world-leading company. Besides electronic equipment, though, there is also Sony Plaza with miscellaneous import items that make for great gifts. The basement floor has a cinema also.

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OPA

It seems that OPA has a shopping complex in almost every major city in Japan. This one in Osaka is most impressive and comprises a multi-story mall with well over 100 stores, most of which carry all the latest fashions. Besides fashion, there is the HMV CD superstore and other miscellaneous tenants. The floors are divided into basic categories to make shopping easier, but it still seems like a maze. There are also several good restaurants, including the popular Pietro, which stays open even after the mall closes.

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Eddie Bauer

Eddie Bauer is world famous for its comfortable, good-quality, casual and affordable line of men's and women's clothing. The items you will find in this outlet in the Hep Five shopping center are no different from those you will find elsewhere in the world. One exception, perhaps, is that you may have trouble finding larger sizes, as is the case most everywhere in Japan. One piece of advice, do wait for sales which are fairly comprehensive and occur every three months or so.

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Takashimaya

This opulent, nine-story department store, located right in the center of the town, has all the features one would expect of a top-notch emporium. As one enters from the street, the elegant jewelry departments, including Tiffany's, attract the shopper. The store has a very good range of men's, women's and children's wear, the tie department having a particularly wide range. On the sixth floor, the art gallery is well worth a look for traditional ikebana(Japanese flower arranging) or Western art exhibitions.

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Joe's Garage

Joe's Garage record store pays homage to the 60s and 70s, and Frank Zappa in particular, plus a fair bit of other genres. Thousands of new and used LPs, plus collector's items, bootlegs and CDs available at reasonable prices. Struggling to survive when it launched in 1986, Joe's has thrived to become something of a mecca for Kyoto's hip youngsters for whom 1986 is so long ago it must be cool. Joe's plastic bags--banana on white background--are an essential hand accessory. Located near Kyoto University and the British Council. Coffee and drinks are available, so sip while you flip those covers.

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