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Pandas in Osaka!? A panda paradise in Nihonbashi

DATE: Food/Drink/

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Nihonbashi is mainly famous for its electronics but because it is close to many of Osaka’s tourist spots, it is also a popular tourist spot as well.
Osaka Panda is a unique store that is recently gaining popularity in Nihonbashi.

Some of you may be thinking, “pandas in Osaka?”
The shop owner is a big panda lover with an enormous collection that is sure to reel you in.

A shop packed with pandas

Inside Osaka Panda

One step into the shop and you will find yourself completely surrounded by pandas.
The decorations are handmade by the shop owner, and the interior is filled with panda-themed items.
You are sure to want to walk around and find your favorite one!

Walk around with a snack: the popular panda waffle

Panda waffle
Panda waffles on the shelf: chocolate, custard cream, and sweet red-bean

The popular “panda-yaki” waffle is a cute snack that is loved by women and men alike!
They are 300 yen each and flavors come in custard cream, chocolate, and sweet red bean.
The crusty pie dough and aroma of butter is sure to lure you in.
The custard cream flavor is the most popular, with repeaters craving for the soft and rich flavor. One bite and you’ll be hooked!
There are also seasonal treats such as summer orange candy and caramels.


Bring it home!

Panda waffles taste great right off the pan, but can also be eaten at home as well.
Heat the cold waffle in the oven, and the amazing aroma will come alive.
You can also chill it in the refrigerator and heat it in the toaster for 1 minute. You can enjoy the unique mismatch of the hot outside and the cold inside.
Microwave ovens will destroy the texture of the outer crust, so it is recommended that you heat waffles in a toaster.

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Name of the facility
Osaka Panda

4-13-15 Nipponbashi, Naniwa-ward, Osaka-shi


Nearest station
■Namba Station (Nankai line)▶10 min. walk
■Ebisucho Station (Osaka Metro Sakaisuji line)▶5 min. walk from exit 1B

Business hours
Open hours depend on days; please contact for details

Regular holiday
Irregular holidays

Menu items and open hours are subject to change. Please check the HP before visiting.