Namba Parks Mall4.3
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
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5.0a month ago
It's a nice place. There are parks, shopping centers, and restaurants, so you can spend time doing various things. The weight lifting is also located together, so you can move fast on the
4.04 months ago
A well done park that is incorporated as part of the mall. It is good to have greenery and there are benches for one to enjoy the view among the midst of trees. This is the next closest thing to a real park on the ground. It's not very big but it works as a place of green respite from concrete. :)
4.05 months ago
So on one hand this is the most beautiful shopping mall/shopping street I've ever seen. Personally I full on despise shopping malls for the attention seeking consumerism temples they are. But this place actually made me feel good. It's so clean, the architecture is mostly round shapes, they play relaxing music. On the other hand, the shops are a bit too high-class for me. Mostly fashion shops where you grossly overpay for moderately attractive clothing. Color me surprised though, I never thought I'd ever feel at home in a shopping mall.
5.02 months ago
A romantic place with alot of attractively placed lights, a place where I had one of my best dates, although I couldn't do much from anxiety .-.
4.04 months ago
A good mall with a huge variety of shops. Not good for the wallet but classy nice play to window shop as well.
Situated at the heart of Osaka.