Namba is location around pedestrian street as Jan Jan Yokocho named and before that call “Chan Chan” of the string instrument because of female employees play to attract customers in the restaurants. In the 50s age, Namba used to be a neighborhood where often use labor to meet together. It is still a destination for those who want to eat in a friendly atmosphere area. Not far from Namba you can find the Tsutenkaku Tower that can see the view of the city from 91 meter high. At this tower you will see view around the city and also is the symbol of Osaka.
Namba area is the location of the Jan Jan Yokocho Walking Street which is named after the “Chan Chan” voice of the musical instruments played by female staff in order to attract customers to their restaurants. In the 1950s, Namba used to be a neighborhood where Laborers often meet together and today is still a destination for those who want to dine in a friendly atmosphere reminiscent of the past Not far from this area. You will find Tsutenkaku Tower. You can see the view of the city from the 91 meter high observation deck of the tower, which the locals consider to be a symbol of this modern Osaka.
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