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The 5 coolest shops in OSAKA

January 1, 2017

It’s not strange to discover that people who visit Japan generally thrive on shopping here. Recently, foreign visitors have been permitted to shop “tax-free”, which makes this activity even more tempting. You just have to show your passport and you can save a few bucks!

Tokyo is obviously the Mecca of shopping in Japan but I wouldn’t underestimate Osaka. In this city, there are many hidden gems waiting to be discovered, and you can actually enjoy a relaxing and stress free shopping experience. In contrast, the metropolis’ big city hustle and bustle can be a bit overwhelming, even for diehard of shoppers like me.

Needless to say Osaka is the perfect city not only for shopping but nightlife adventures too (read more about Hidden streets of Dotonbori ). If you like thrifting and looking for unique, one-off items to purchase, then you should definitely check out my list of the Coolest Shops in Osaka.

 

RONRON NEMENT

Located in the heart of America Mura (America Village) is one of my favorite shops in Osaka. RONRON NEMENT offers a wide range of unique pieces by young, independent, Japanese designers, as well as custom made clothes, accessories, jewelry, used items (such as sneakers), and vintage goods.

 

 

MARS ATTACKS

It is located in a shopping wonderland called OPA in Shinshaibashi. The OPA Building has 11 floors of various stores, so you will be able to shop till you drop! While in OPA, don’t forget to pop in to MARS ATTACKS, and check out its impressive range of selected items from  Off-White, Geo,HBA, Phirewire, Misbehave, 424 ,KTZ etc.

Check out their online store : gr8-marsattacks

 

Craig Green x Bjorn Borg in store now @craig__green @bjornborg #craiggreenxbjörnborg #craiggreen #björnborg #MARSATTACKS

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VISITFOR

VISITFOR  is a multi label store that originally opened in Kyoto. After 15 years it relocated to Osaka. The shop has a wide selection of high-end street fashion labels with prices to match.

Check out Visit-For-Online-Store

 

 

PALETTE art alive

Located next to the A BATHING APE shop is one of the gems of Minami Horie and Orange Street .This is where all fashionistas go for shopping and coffee. In Palette art live shop you will find many selected items of Japanese and international designers, as well as handmade jewellery.

 

the colest shops in osaka

FRAGILE – Dark wave of Osaka

If you like black  then you should definitely check out FRAGILE. They have more cool, band T-shirts than you could ever imagine. Other notable items, include, skater socks with Buddhist prayers, caps featuring your favorite genre of music (I love the post-punk one), and limited edition T-shirts from the collaborations like:  DUST magazine /Peter de Potter, RVCA, Obey x Bad Brains, and many more. On top of this, the store’s patient and cute staff will assist you, as you try on hundreds of  t-shirts.

Shop online:

FRAGILE ONLINE STORE

 

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Me strolling down Orange street in Minami Horie:

I’m wearing:

Stussy -Jacket

Misbehave – T shirt

Y-3 -belt

skirt – bought online from HK

sneakers – Reebok Insta Fury

memoirs of justina ko hanko japanese signature justina ko red ink inkan

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4 Comments

  • Reply Margo January 1, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    Cool , cool, cool !!! More, more, more!!!!

  • Reply Acton January 17, 2017 at 5:30 am

    Wow awesome outfits 🙂
    Regards
    Walkindiscount.com

  • Reply Milex January 21, 2017 at 7:38 pm

  • Reply Stephanie January 23, 2017 at 5:14 am

    Hi! Nice post love to read that.

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