Namba Parks Mall

Sightseeing information about Namba Parks Mall in Japan.

Namba Parks Mall4.3

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Namba Parks Mall is located just south of Namba Station and is so called because of its roof-top gardens spreading over many levels. This multiple shopping complex includes retailers selling fashion, accessories and homewares, and an array of restaurants including Korean, Vietnamese and Italian places. There are also a cinema and an emphitheater. The architecture, window showcasing and light-up design are all marvellous. The roof-top gardens offer a good stroll and benches to rest on.

Purposeeasily accessible,couple,Gourmet,fashion,shopping,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Osaka International Airport (about 15.5km) Google Transit


5.0a month ago

A nice shopping center with a roof top garden (with synthetic lawns) where you can take a break from shopping. There are lots of different genres of shops and restaurant around. There are some specialties shops which are worth to spend some time to go through.
For those who has kids, they have a great family room to change and feed the baby, there are also free strollers that can be hired.

5.0a month ago

A huge mall and an urban complex which give us a unique spatial experience among shop fronts. Namba Parks bri gs natural greenery with landscaped terraces roof gardens. The canyon at the ground level gives a dramatic experience. This modern mall is a must visit in Osaka.

3.0a month ago

Should I visit? 6/10

Don't miss out much if you don't visit, most of the shops here are ubiquitous over Japan.

Special stuff?
They do these lights in winter and other things in summer to keep people entertained.

Good shops?
Comme des Garcons
Beam lights
Urban research doors
Paul Smith

5.02 months ago

The Christmas lights is very beautiful. Namba Park is very festive. Namba Park is part of Namba Mall. The area is small. The Christmas light was really well done.

4.04 months ago

The mall was great, sadly most of the actual park was closed due to recent typhoon damage. We enjoyed the architecture of the mall. We had dinner in one of the restaurants below (there was no English menu so we used Google Translate on the menu and to communicate with the waitress as well.) We also ate a delicious crepe from the 1st floor stand.

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