Ebisubashisuji Shopping Street 0

Dating back to the golden days of the Edo period (late-1600s), this shopping district in the heart of Osaka's Minami (South) area has everything from famed historical establishments to shops at the cutting edge of fashion.

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This shopping district extends from Kita's (North) famous Ebisubashi Bridge, home of the Glico Man and Kani Doraku crab statue, all the way to Takashimaya Osaka in Minami (South). Located in the very heart of Osaka’s Minami neighborhood, this street boasts everything from famed historical establishments to shops at the cutting edge of fashion. The area is packed with lively town-goers morning, noon, and night, making even just a walk down the avenue fun. It's said that Ebisubashisuji Shopping Street got its start with the udon noodle shops, tea houses, and other establishments that opened to service pilgrims coming to Imamiya Ebisu Shrine in the Edo period (1603–1868).