Orange Street 立花通り
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Stroll Osaka's hip shopping district for fashion, furniture, and cool cafes
Tachibana-Dori is also known as Orange Street and is a fresh and refined new neighborhood. Lined with fashion boutiques, craft ateliers, furniture makers, bars and cafes, Tachibana-Dori and the surrounding Horie neighborhood are perfect for a leisurely stroll.
The area was famous for furniture production after World War II, before becoming a fashion center
The street is known for good cafes and is sometimes described as the "Williamsburg" of Osaka
How to Get There
Tachibana-dori is a three-minute walk from Yotsubashi Station on the Yotsubashi Subway line, and around 20 minutes on foot from Shinsaibashi Station on the Midosuji Subway line.
It's located west of the Amerikamura neighborhood. Cross Yotsubashi-suji street (the large boulevard west of Amerikamura), and look for the sign reading "Orange Street."
From furniture to fashion
Tachibana-dori was traditionally home to Osaka's furniture makers. Though the neighborhood has changed to accommodate an influx of fashion brands and trendy cafes, furniture stores are still a common feature of the area.
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