Orange Street (How to go and what to expect)

I just followed Google Maps when we went to Orange Street since we had no choice but to walk here. It was honestly tiring, and I didn’t know what to expect since there are only a few articles or posts about this place. All I knew was it was a recommended place to visit when you’re in Osaka.

I tried to research and the closest subway station and exit to Orange Street : Yotsubashi Station, exit 5.

It’s hard to miss Orange Street as there is a huge tori gate-like sign that says “Orange Street”

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Orange Street is full of second hand or vintage shops, clothing shops, accessories shops, they even have Supreme! Orange Street also has small cafes and bars.

It’s a good place for someone who is looking for some thrift clothing or do some vintage shopping. If you want just a chill afternoon, their cafes are also perfect.

Here are very few snaps that I was able to take as we walked across Orange Street.

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the only store with the most number of people HAHAHAHA

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all photos taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm

So should you skip Orange Street? Well, it depends.

If you are looking to do some shopping or just want to relax, then no don’t skip on Orange Street. They truly have a lot of good clothing shops and cafes.

But, if you have limited time in Osaka and you don’t have plans to shop nor have time to relax, then yes you can totally skip on Orange Street.

Watch my Osaka Travel Film here!

 

💚, R


Read about my other Osaka or Japan adventures

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