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Love the signs warning foreign tourists not to bring outside food or drink into restaurants. No such warning for the locals as they of course would never do such a thing. Plenty of shops and restaurants standing by to treat you poorly inside.
I would definitely give 0 if I can. My mother was hit by a rude Japanese man. After I stopped him before he entered the JR station, I asked the ladies in the information counter to call the police, those ladies and the security just...More
Unlike most department stores with foodcourts on the upper levels, this one has the foodcourt on the ground level, west end of the JR Osaka building. It offers food choices ranging from bakery goods, to Chinese, grilled fish, fruits and vegetables, salads, drinks and gelato.
This place was a wealth of choices in terms of eating and shopping. You could spend, at the very least, half a day in Osaka station just going around eating and shopping. Eki Marche has a lot of bento boxes, onigiri balls, pastries, and so...More
Went for conveyor belt Sushi twice they have all sorts of options it was fresh and delicious with English menu as well. They also had an intense where I was able to get my American pretzel. Located on the first floor easy access great deal....More