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Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Street, Osaka

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Browse through Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Street, a covered arcade of shops offering buyers a range of foods, special ingredients, and cooking instruments. Osaka has a reputation as "Japan's kitchen" and the 150 m (492.1 ft) long shopping arcade's name roughly translates as "Cooking Tools Street." It's a go-to spot for the city's chefs and restaurateurs, so by default you could say it's one of the best places to pick up an authentic kitchen souvenir, such as a Japanese knife or bowl. The shops are densely packed with wares, but don't be put off looking in each, as different items can still be found across the arcade. To visit Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Street and other attractions in Osaka, use our Osaka tourist route planner.
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Where to stay in Osaka

The majority of Osaka's moderate and expensive accommodations concentrate in the districts of Umeda, Kyobashi, Namba, and Shin-Osaka. Base your stay in or near Minami neighborhood for proximity to a wide selection of shopping and dining options. For quick access to long-distance transportation to other cities and areas, look for hotels in Kita district. Many backpackers prefer the budget options in the Tennoji area, where the quality of rooms and prices vary wildly--call or check websites of specific establishments before you make reservations.
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  • We loved this street it has it all if you are interested in cooking we picked up lots of bowls plates and all sorts of fun things loads to look at. However some shop keepers are not particularly inter...  more »
  • We stumbled across this street on our way to Dotonbori from our accommodation and I was in heaven. There so many shops selling kitchen utensils, dinnerware and everything in between. I wanted to buy e...  more »
  • There were many cooking utensil specialty stores in this shopping arcade. There were shops dealing not only cookware, also tableware and equipment of food business. There was a store that offered a wo...  more »
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  • An amazing alley to come for everything related to cooking. Authentic Japanese cookware to put in your commercial restaurant? They have it! Cheap tableware? They have it! Incredible handmade cutlery? Oh boy do they have it! If you like eating out in Japan, or are someone who enjoys cooking, this is a MUST-VISIT in Osaka - my favorite food destination in Japan!
  • Interesting street to visit. All sorts of Japanese kitchenware can be found here. It's good even just for window shopping.
  • This place is my go to place for cheap ceramic and kitchen goods. Best deals and there are heaps of people ... But there is one problem. Just the one. That is why I'm taking the stars away. It's so annoying and sometimes I want to burn their roof down for it. They play the same f*ing music ... So ok ... no big deal... yeh whatever. You buy your stuff ... go back home in whatever country you're from and something triggers that song and BAM! That song is played in your heap because it's fraggen tangy and .t's a mix of 2000, 90s and 80s melody.... so if you accidentally listen to a song on the radio and resembles that song....it'll trigger it.. argh that song is being played in my head now... i Stop it... oh God help me.... it's like a hiccup that never goes away... I don't even know Japanese but I can hear that voice so clearly ....arghghhghghvhg If I go in with ear phones, then I can't speak to the sellers to buy stuff ....omg.... I'm going crazy ... Just fix the damn music
  • another great Japanese shopping hub. I can't stress enough how varied and great fun these shopping places are. Sensory overdrive and you are spoilt for choice.
  • This is your kitchenware goto place in Osaka. The shop owners are friendly and polite. They might not know English well so a tip would be to show them a picture of the item you are looking for.