Popular recommended best souvenirs to buy in Shin-Osaka Station


Shin-Osaka Station is a very busy Shinkansen station in Osaka.
It is almost confused with Osaka Station, but Shin-Osaka Station and Osaka Station are two different stations and are one stop apart on the conventional line.

About the Souvenir Shop in Shin-Osaka Station

It is also true that the souvenir shop at Shin-Osaka Station is on the border between JR Tokai and JR West, and some trains go to Tokyo Station, while others go to Kagoshima Chuo Station.

If you go to such a Shin-Osaka station for the first time, you may wonder what kind of souvenirs are available.

On this page, we will introduce some recommended souvenirs that you can buy at Shin-Osaka Station!


About the souvenir shop at Shin-Osaka Station


There were many souvenir shops at Shin-Osaka Station after passing through the ticket gates.
The store named “Omiyageya” was spacious and well-stocked.


Another store called “GIFT STATION” also had a large number of souvenirs.
Not limited to Osaka, souvenirs from Kobe and Kyoto are also sold.


The “Kottekotei” souvenir shop was a gift shop with many unique Osaka sundries.

The main shops where souvenirs can be purchased at Shin-Osaka Station have the following hours of operation.

  • Alde Osaka’s “Souvenir Kaido” (Shin-Osaka Station 2nd floor): 7:00 – 21:30
  • Entre Marche Shin-Osaka Chuo Exit (in front of Shin-Osaka Station Central Exit): 6:30-21:30
  • Entre Marche Ekimarche Shin-Osaka (Shin-Osaka Station, 3rd floor): 6:30-22:00
  • Gift Kiyoshiku Shin-Osaka (inside the Shinkansen ticket gates): 6:30-21:30

Some stores may have different opening hours, so it is advisable to check in advance if there is a store you are interested in.

There is also a restaurant


There are several restaurants as well as souvenir shops in Shin-Osaka Station.


Juicer Bar, a smoothie store often seen in Osaka, is also located at Shin-Osaka Station.


There was a popular restaurant in the station, which is unique to Osaka.
I have been to many Shinkansen stations, but this kind of place is very Osaka-like.

There is also a store on the station platform


At Shin-Osaka Station, there is also a store on the station platform.
If you forget to buy some souvenirs, you can use these shops.

If you forget to buy a souvenir, this is the place to go.

Recommended souvenirs available at Shin-Osaka Station

Now, let us introduce some recommended souvenirs that can be purchased at Shin-Osaka Station.

Chidoriya Soke’s Mitarashi Mochi

Chidoriya Soke's Mitarashi Mochi

This “Mitarashi Komochi” is a confectionery sold by Chidoriya Soke, a long-established Japanese confectionery shop in Osaka founded in 1630 (Kan’ei 7).

The rice cake, made from domestically produced stone-ground rice, is rich in flavor and exceptionally crunchy, and when eaten, the Kansai-style soy sauce spreads in your mouth and makes you happy.

Mitarashi ko-mochi is the most popular of all the rice cakes at Chidoriya.

It is important to note that it is a fresh confection and its consumption period is only about three days, but since it is only sold in Osaka, it is a perfect Osaka souvenir!

Milk Manjuu Tsukigesho

Milk Manjuu Tsukigesho

Aoki Shofuan’s “Manju Gekkakei” milk is made with richly flavored condensed milk and Hokkaido butter.

It has been awarded the Monde Selection gold medal for three consecutive years since its first entry in 2011, and the highest gold medal for three consecutive years from 2014 to 2016, and the quality of the flavor is also well documented.

Overall, the buns are not too sweet and have a smooth taste, making them an easy-to-eat souvenir for all ages.

Uguisu bor

Uguisubor”, known for its white and brown karinto-like arare, is also available in stylish packages.

Since they come in a variety of flavors and packages, you may want to try different ones depending on the person you are giving the souvenir to.

Shin-Osaka Eki Marche also has takoyaki-flavored uguisu balls that are only available in Osaka, so they are a good candidate if you are looking for a souvenir that is limited to a certain region.

Ee Monchi

Ee Monchi

Ee monchi” is a black soybean madeleine that the chef has carefully prepared to ensure compatibility with baked goods.

Made with domestic rice flour, domestic wheat flour and richly flavored fermented butter, they are carefully filled with three large Japanese black soybeans and finished with rice candy.

Madeleines can also be ordered from all over Japan through our online store.

Fuwan Toron

Fuwan Toron

Osaka Hanjuku Castello “Fuwan Toron” is a bite-sized half-boiled sponge cake made with fresh eggs.

Each piece is individually wrapped, and the price is reasonable, so it would be good as a scattered souvenir to give to workplaces and schools.

It also has a shelf life of about a month and a half, so it will last a long time.

Uncle Rikuro – Yakitate cheesecake

Uncle Rikuro - Yakitate cheesecake

If you are thinking of taking a cheesecake as a souvenir, how about Uncle Rikuro’s Cheesecake?

The cream cheese is imported directly from a traditional factory in Denmark and is rich in flavor, and the bottom of the cheesecake is sprinkled with raisins soaked in homemade syrup.

The cheesecake is not too sweet and is easy to eat, and the crust has a crunchy texture in addition to its softness.

Since it can be cut into pieces according to the number of people eating it, it is a perfect souvenir for large gatherings.

Monsieur Makino’s Monsieur Chocolat

If you are looking for a chocolate souvenir, we recommend you look for one at Sweets PATIO, located inside the Shinkansen ticket gates.

This “Monsieur Chocolat” is a chocolate cake made by Monsieur Makino, a famous patisserie in Osaka.

The packaging is elegant and luxurious, making it a perfect souvenir for a superior person.

Kuidaore Taro Pudding

Kuidaore Taro Pudding

Taro Kuidaore” is a famous character that symbolizes Osaka, the city of Kuidaore.
This Kuidaore Taro pudding is a souvenir with a distinctly Osaka flavor.

When you open the box, you will see a pudding container with a Kuidaore Taro hat on it, which looks cute.

Developed in collaboration with “Dojima Sweets”, which is famous for its Dojima pudding, this is a product that not only stands out for its appearance, but also for its quality, making it a perfect souvenir for those who “want to eat delicious sweets”.

Jaga Bee Takoyaki Flavor

Jaga Bee Takoyaki Flavor

Jagabee Takoyaki Flavor is a snack food produced by Calbee, which also produces Kappa Ebisen and Potato Chips.

Jagabee comes in a variety of flavors, such as light shio and butter soy sauce, but this is a takoyaki flavor that is only available in the Kansai region, making it a perfect souvenir from Osaka.

Since they are individually wrapped, they are perfect for scattering as souvenirs, making them ideal gifts to take to work or school.

It is also the No. 1 selling item at Entre Marche Shin-Osaka Station, so it is a good choice when looking for popular souvenirs.

Uheim’s Naniwa Sugar Pie

This “Naniwa Sugar Pie” is a confectionery sold at Eki Marché Shin-Osaka in JR Shin-Osaka Station and is only available at Shin-Osaka Station.

The cake is made by the famous Kobe-based confectionery company Euheim, so you can expect the cake to be of high quality and taste.
If you are looking for a souvenir that can only be purchased at Shin-Osaka Station, please consider this!

551 Hourai’s Butaman

551 Hourai's Butaman

If you are looking for a souvenir other than sweets, the first thing we recommend is 551 Hourai’s pork buns.

It is known as the famous pork bun in Kansai and is a popular souvenir for yourself or your family.

The skin is sticky and elastic, and the filling is full of tasty pork and onions.
The simple seasoning makes it a good choice for people of all ages, from children to adults.

For your information, the expiration date for warm pork buns is the same day at room temperature, but if you put them in the refrigerator or bring them home chilled, they will keep for 3 to 5 days.

Tenten Hitokuchi Gyoza

Tenten Hitokuchi Gyoza

If you are looking for a souvenir for those who love to drink, we recommend the “Hitokuchi Gyoza” sold by the gyoza specialty restaurant “Ten-Ten” in Kitashinchi, Osaka.

With its tangy and spicy taste, it goes well with beer or highballs, making it a perfect souvenir to accompany a nightcap.

You can also buy souvenirs from Kyoto, Kobe, etc.


Shin-Osaka Station also sells souvenirs from neighboring prefectures such as Kyoto and Kobe, so it is recommended that you stop by if you forget to buy something.

The following souvenirs can be purchased at Shin-Osaka Station.

  • Shogoin Nama-yatsuhashi (Kyoto Pref.)
  • Izutsu Yatsuhashi (Kyoto)
  • An filled fresh yatsuhashi (Kyoto Pref.)
  • Kyo-Baamu (Kyoto Prefecture)
  • Kobe Pudding (Hyogo)
  • Euheim Liebesbaum (Hyogo)
  • Conditry Kobe French Toast Langdosha (Hyogo)
  • Kobe Strawberry Truffle (Hyogo)
  • Kameido Honke Tile Rice Crackers (Hyogo)
  • Hanshin Tigers Mini Gaufres (Hyogo)
  • Mont Loire Leaf Memory Gift Box (Hyogo)
  • Kannon-ya Danish Cheese Cake (Hyogo)
  • Takayama-do Sweet Married (Hyogo)
  • Akafuku Rice Cake(Mie)

Buying souvenirs locally will increase the amount of baggage you need to carry, so if you want to “move light,” you can buy them before boarding the bullet train on the way home.

About where to buy souvenirs in Osaka

Souvenirs of Osaka can be purchased at train stations, airports, tourist spots, and department stores.

Please refer to the following for souvenirs available at each spot.

  • JR Osaka Station
  • Umeda station
  • Minoh station
  • JR Takatsuki station
  • Hirakata-shi station
  • Tsuruhashi station
  • Tennoji station
  • Shin-Imamiya station
  • Namba station
  • Osaka Namba station
  • JR Namba station
  • Itami Airport
  • Kansai International Airport
  • Universal Studios Japan
  • Hirakata Park
  • Umeda Sky Building
  • Tennoji Zoo
  • Dotonbori
  • Tsutenkaku Tower
  • Osaka Castle
  • Abeno Harukas
  • Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Main Store
  • Dotonbori
  • Kintetsu Department Store Uehonmachi
  • Keihan Department Store Kyobashi
  • Daimaru Shinsaibashi
  • Daimaru Umeda store
  • Takashimaya Osaka
  • Hankyu Umeda Main Store
  • Hanshin Umeda main store
  • Keihan Department Store Kuzuha Mall
  • Kintetsu Department store Higashi-Osaka
  • Keihan Department store Hirakata
  • Seibu Takatsuki store
  • Dotonbori
  • Matsuzakaya Takatsuki store
  • Takashimaya Sakai store
  • Takashimaya Senboku
  • Sakai Kitahanada Hankyu
  • Senri Hankyu
  • Keihan Department store Moriguchi
  • Keihan Department Store Suminodo

Incidentally, if you want to find a collection of Osaka souvenirs, we recommend that you check at airports and department stores in addition to the Shin-Osaka Station introduced in this article.

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