・Osu Kannon: Let's visit the temple from where the name of Osu shopping district originated. We introduce you the traditional way to visit temples, try and master it!
・Kushihaccho: Miso Katsu (miso cutlets), tebasaki (chicken wings) and dote ni (meat simmered in soup) are all specialites of Nagoya! They can be eaten at a cheap price. Purchasable from one item, this is perfect for eating & walking. Let's try the Nagoya miso taste, you cannot miss this opportunity!
・Shinsuzume: You can't miss out on this when eating & walking in Osu shopping district! It is a dango (Japanese dumpling stored) loved by the locals. With a slight smoky taste, this customers keep wanting more. There are many repeaters of this store.
・Tako Saku: A popular with large queues on weekends and holidays. A takoyaki crisp on the outside, and melting inside. Osaka is famous for takoyaki, but tasty takoyaki can be found in Nagoya.
・Fureai Hiroba: A symbol of the shopping street, the 2.2 Osu maneki neko is a great photo spot! Take a photo as a memory of your trip. There is also a large open space to take a break.
・Nayabashi Manjyu Banshou An: Try shinise manjyu only found in Osu at a long established store. Try the agemanbou, which makes eating manyu easier.
・TAITO STATION Osu ten: A Japanese amusement center for all, children, men, and women. Find the prize you want and take a challenge. Try purikura.
・Banshoji: Rainbow colored lanters projected on a LED monitor. Is this really a temple? Yes, it is a temple with over 470 years of history. As it is a temple with a different character, it is almost like an amusement park for the Japanese. Let's go to see the large white dragon created by light and water!