Daimaru Shinsaibashi, Osaka

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  • The main building was rebuilt and opened from 13:00 on September 20. The first floor and the basement floor were carefully preserved that Voriz designed before, and it was made to the fashionable feeling of the present style while using it partly. There is an escalator in the center of each floor, and it is convenient so that it is not possible to turn up and down to the other side. It is good that the eat-in which was not in the basement can be made in the basement floor and can be eaten easily. A sense of luxury to see the whole in private (Ginza Six style? There was, but each floor feels gloomy and squirest, and it is difficult to eat-in in the basement slowly. (It might seem so by the number of people who have re-lent. Unfortunately, the arrow pointing to the elevator floor on the first floor used to be like a needle clock, but it was changed to the electric bulletin board style and and the andersen bakery was gone.
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  • It was grand opened after a long rebuilding period. I want to go, but there is no sense of openness compared with before the renovation because the floor itself is narrow. Because it is open immediately, it crowds by the person each other. The food court of B2 was also a novelty and was a scarem. It seems to be better to avoid to eat slowly. I'm not comfortable. I wonder if it is able to see efficiently because the area is narrow even if i go round and round each floor.
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  • An awesome departmental store with lots of different small brands within. There are some great oversea brands and local Japan brands. There is also a sky garden on top to take a break from shopping. There is a fully decked out family room for family with baby, along with pram for hire.
  • Do not recommend the drug store "Plumagi" there, with bad experience with a Chinese staff there (name label with x卓x character). We asked if she would combine a bill just a few minutes after we had paid it. She told us to buy some more, with more than 5400 yen purchase, we could combine the bills to enjoy tax free. We did as told, she then lectured us with a long face , in mean tone, saying that it was her manager's job to cancel the first bill, not hers, we brought her trouble, and she had to tell us her rules, what customers should do ....she kept her hands down, no intention to make a sale, Why told us to buy more in the first place?
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