Dotonbori one of Osaka’s fun spots



Dotonbori is one of Osaka’s most exciting leisure precincts being home to a huge number of restaurants, bars, clubs, theatres and entertainment complexes.  The precinct hugs the Dotonbori-gawa Canal which is home to some of the city’s most spectacular neon signage and banks play host to many of the city’s celebrations. The area takes on an amazing atmosphere in the evenings when the neon and video screens come to life. The area is a food lovers paradise with some of the city’s best dining like Kani Doraku with its giant mechanical crab outside, Hariju a beef restaurant dating back to 924 and a Fugu restaurant serving the infamous poisonous fish Zubora-Ya. The streets are also filled with vendors selling delicious okonomiyaki and kakoyaki octopus dumplings. Dotonbori is only a five minute walk from the Nambi Station and only moments away from the 600 metre long Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade which is a must for any serious shopper.

1 Comment on “Dotonbori one of Osaka’s fun spots”

  1. #1 brad
    on Jun 2nd, 2010 at 2:36 am

    Osaka is the best city in the world. So much fun and so much to see. The Japanese are crazy- weird little toys, gadgets, bowing, amazing food and friendly people. Cant wait to go back.

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