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Shinsaibashi-suji Shotengai is one of Osaka’s representative outdoor shopping arcades. Stretching for 580 meters, this arcade is home to some 180 stores. From fast fashion to sweet shops, major brands and boutiques, the options are nearly endless! To help you plan your shopping day, check out DiGJAPAN!’s recommendations.
At the top of our list are LUKE’S and PABLO. LUKE’s is best known for its delicious-looking lobster rolls while PABLO’s freshly baked cheese tarts have made this store a popular stop since the day it opened. If you can, try to go during the morning or on a weekday to avoid some of the crowd.
This is Japan’s second branch of the popular New York lobster roll restaurant LUKE’S. While the prices here are a little on the expensive side, you’ll know it was worth it the moment you sink your teeth into that warm roll filled with delicious lobster. You can choose to take your roll to-go or eat it there.
Here’s a mouth watering fact: the rolls used at LUKE’S are baked to order. Be sure to take a look at the cute nautical decorations as you wait for your roll!
For their regular/US size lobster roll, they pack five savory lobster claws into that freshly-baked roll and finish it off with a touch of lemon and a few other seasonings. The price? 1,580 yen.
LUKE’S Shinsaibashi Location | LUKE’S 心斎橋店
Address: 1-3-21 Shinsaibashi-suji, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
It’s not at all uncommon to see people lining up outside of this store on the weekend. Everyone wants to sink their teeth into one of PABLO’s freshly baked cheese tarts. At this store, you can choose how “done” you want your tart to be. There’s the “rare” option (i.e., no-bake cheesecake) and the “medium.” Whichever you choose, both are equally addicting. In addition to the tarts, PABLO sells snack-sized PABLO MINI tarts that are perfect for eating on the go as well as tarts that come in seasonal flavors.
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