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Nipponbashi (日本橋) is the electric shopping district located in Osaka. It is like Akihabara in Tokyo. There are many computer shops, game shops, cartoon and anime shops. If you are looking for Akiba kinds of entertainment in Kansai, region, Nipponbashi is the place to go.

0. at Osaka Station
1. use JR Osaka Kanjo Line to Tenman (2 min.)
2. walk to Yanagimachi (4 min.)
3. use Osaka City Sakaisuji Line to Nipponbashi (12 min.)


周?的地? Nipponbashi


Nipponbashi is a shopping district of Naniwa Ward, Osaka, Japan. The area is centered along Sakaisuji Avenue, extending from the Ebisu-chō Interchange of the Hanshin Expressway in the south, to Nansan-dōri (just east of Nankai Namba Station) in the north. Known colloquially as "Den-Den Town," Nipponbashi is known for its many shops which specialize in furniture, tools, and "otaku" interests such as electronics, animation, comic books, and collectibles. Nipponbashi is often compared to Akihabara Electric Town, its equivalent (in terms of focus) in Tokyo.

Although written with the same characters 日本橋 in Japanese, Nihonbashi in Chūō, Tokyo is a different place and has a different pronunciation.