Yodobashi Camera is one of Japan's biggest stores for electronics and appliances. Umeda is the name given to the central district of Osaka, Yodobashi Umeda, therefore, refers to the building of this chain in its location in the heart of Osaka, although it doesn't all belong to Yodobashi Camera, but most of it does.The rest is shared with other stores like Comme Ca Store (clothing, leather and textile) and several restaurants. From the basement to the seventh floor there are mostly electronics and appliances stores, the eighth floor is the restoration from the rest of the park. Ideal if you are "geeks" for electronics, because there is everything!
The Hep Five is a popular shopping centre in Osaka dedicated almost entirely to fashion-forward women and accessories, although it has some unisex sports shops, fashion shops for men, jewellery etc.. It is one of the meccas of "Shopping" in Japan. The design of the building itself is striking from the outside, as it has a wheel that goes through the middle. It is in Kita-ku and is accessible from the Umeda subway or walking from JR Osaka station, which is beside it.
The Namba Walk is an underground pedestrian street in the Osaka subway - using passages that connect Namba station and Nipponbashi station. There are different exits used as shopping areas. In this way we find dozens of establishments of all kinds in these halls, and restaurants, fountains, boutiques, etc ... It is accessible from stations Nippombashi and Namba on the Osaka subway or from some in between.