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Osu Shopping Street, Nagoya
(3.8/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
With over 1,200 shops and restaurants lining the streets of Osu Shopping Street, this district offers tourists an abundance things to do throughout the year. Walk through the bustling area, window-shop for clothing and accessories, or pick up souvenirs for family and friends. Yet another reason to visit, a flea market takes place outside the neighboring Osu Kannon Temple, with approximately 60 vendors selling antiques and other goods. Put Osu Shopping Street into our Nagoya trip itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Nagoya.
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  • OSU is a neighborhood famous for Brazilians, and who have the opportunity to meet you won't regret it. It has several shops, from clothing, electronics, jewelry, souvenirs to home supplies. Is where is located the Brazilian restaurant that sells roast chicken on the weekends. But in my opinion, who is to visit Osu, can't stop eating the dumplings "takoyaki". Amid the shops, you can find temples scattered around the streets of Osu also. Anyway, a place not to be missed to get to meet!
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  • More is never so I thought Wow's, featured by street, pass the time walking for good. The movement of food and beverage shops only thanks to good.
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  • OSU is not only food eaten there in town and also in Nagoya, and only ever. Tokyo and Osaka are not such a place. Without tourists from Hayashi in the sense, here representing the western area had meat was pork, but it was really shocking in Nagoya.
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