Nippom means Japan. Baishi means bridge. Japanese bridge is Nippombashi. But there is no river. It’s electric town. It has many electric store such as Joshin, Sharp, Nissei, Panasonic. At many of these smaller stores, discounts are common and You can negotiate a price At the bigger stores there…
There are a lot of electronics shops!It's like a Akihabara of TOKYO.
On Sakaisuji between the Nipponbashi 3-chome intersection on Nansan Dori Street in the north and the Ebisucho intersection in the south you can find all the big name electronics and home appliance retailers. The area to the west of this street has a lot of small independent stores. At many of these…
Nippombashi DENDEN Town is one of the largest commercial districts for electronics in Japan alongside Akihabara in Tokyo. It is packed with stores selling electrical and audio equipment, model kits, toys, machinery, computers, and more. In recent years, maid cafes and cosplayers have begun to…
Stroll the neon streets of Osaka's Akihabara! What Akihabara is to Tokyo, Nipponbashi is to Osaka. Electronics geeks and manga otaku will feel at home here, with those looking for more ttraditional tools, secondhand machinery and such also sure to mke finds. The Nipponbashi Street Festa takes place…
Town of electrical appliances retail, along with Tokyo Akihabara. Bargaining is also part of the fun of shopping in Nihonbashi.
“The tallest skyscraper in Japan with an observation deck. The observation deck is called "Harukas 300" and occupies the building's top three floors (floors 58 to 60). A souvenir shop and restrooms with views are also available. ”
“― Namba Parks ― A commercial complex where more than 200 stores gather, including restaurants, cafes, boutiques, interiors, miscellaneous goods, and Osaka City's largest Sigma Complex. The Parks Garden, where the greenery extends from the 3rd floor to the 9th floor, is planted with about 235 kinds of seasonal plants and about 40,000 plants. The south side of the building floor is connected to a large electronics retailer, Yamada Denki, and the north side is connected to Nankai Namba Station.”
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