#16 Origin of downtown area of Osaka “Tsutenkaku”
#15 A coffee shop in “Tsutenkaku Hondori “which boasts 60 years of history
#14 The retro amusement arcade in Jan Jan Alley.
#13″Douguyasuji”, the place where shops handling tools used by professional chefs
#12 Jan Jan Alley, the place you can enjoy the atmosphere of Japan in the 1970’s
#11 Nostalgic cassette tapes! Store with a bronze statue of Japanese Enka singer “Saburo Kitajima”
#10 You may enjoy having Kaisen-don with your favorite fresh sashimi!
#9 Walk and eat at Osaka’s kitchen “Kuromon Market”
#8 Let’s try making food samples in Aburaya Koseido!
#7 Is this real? The food samples that looks real and delicious.
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