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Abeno Harukas may be the tallest building in Osaka but what you really need to do when you visit is go down to the basement. Like many of the large department store buildings in Japan, the basement is where you can find all types of...More
I was intrigue with the beautiful building structure actually. It's a very nice place to chill whether it's in the inside or outside of the building especially in the evening/night.
Whether it's the shopping or f&b, there are a lot to choose from!
This is a store very suitable for well-off families who don't want to spend too much money in high-end shopping malls in Umeda or Namba. There are various types of clothes, household goods and makeup products. Some of them have discounts and most of them...More
If you are into shopping and fine dining, this is the place to go to. Harukas is a 300 metre tall skyscraper in the district of Tennoji - currently the tallest building of Japan - that boasts several stories of the Kintetsu department store and...More
Newly opened in Spring 2014, it was said to be the tallest building in Japan with observatory deck (1500 yen to visit), Marriott, office tower, Kintetsu and Solaha department stores and art museum.
Cafes in Kintetsu and Solaha looked good.
12-14/F was Abeno Harukas dining...More