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  1. Name: Octopus small balls
    Introduction: Octopus small balls are snacks that adults and children like very much. There are many stalls that sell this octopus balls in Donota, which can be eaten while walking. This kind of octopus small balls are one of the noodles. The flour is made into a batter with broth, and the octopus and other stuffing are added to the batter, and a small octopus balls are grilled. Recently, vacuum packaging and frozen products have also been launched. After thawing with a microwave oven, it can also taste the authentic flavor of octopus small balls.
    Name: snack
    Introduction: Japan's dim sum tastes, exquisite appearance, and diverse variety. You can taste the product of "GLICO" of the World Dim Sum Factory, a glimpse of the characteristics of Osaka dim sum.
    Name: Electrical Products
    Introduction: Japan Bridge Electric Street is the best place to purchase high -quality, cheap and beautiful electrical products, including computers, cameras, audio and video equipment, TVs and other types of households. Equipment, etc. The price of goods here is unexpectedly low, and it is a shopping paradise for electronics and electrical equipment.
    It can go to Japan Bridge Electric Street to buy.
    Name: Small gifts
    Introduction: Octopus burning, "can't move" dolls, "big crab" billboards, etc. represent the symbol of Osaka, with these themes, the topic, exquisite small and cleverness , Cute and creative. May wish to buy it as a memorial.
    Name: tin weapon
    Introduction: tin weapon is a utensil that has been extended since ancient times. In the 7th century, it appeared in Japan for the first time. At first, people used it to sacrifice God. But in the Edo period, tin weapons were commonly used as a daily necessities in Osaka. Because tin contains positive ions, it has the effect of water purification, which can make the wine taste more mellow and tea. In addition, tin vases can extend the life of the flowers. Today, Osaka's tin weapon output accounts for 80-85%of the total domestic output, most of which are produced according to traditional handmade technology.
    The vending office in Tianshou Pavilion in Osaka.
    Name: Blue glass ball
    Introduction: "Blue Glass Ball" is a decoration that once used to decorate ancient Mesobandmia aristocratic clothing. In ancient times, it was introduced to Japan through the Silk Road and was developed in Osaka. Here, it is still manufactured in a traditional way. The unique blue glass ball in the world is a popular Osaka souvenir.
    The vending office in Tianshou Pavilion in Osaka.
    Name: Osaka Paper Crafts (Osaka -style paper crafts)
    Introduction: Osaka's paper paste crafts (similar to paper crafts) have a history of more than 400 years. When making this kind of crafts, we can get a few layers of Japanese paper on the box, and then dry it. After drying, remove it from the wooden frame and then apply it. There are paper tigers, tumblers, masks, and many other works. Among them, the paper tiger is the most popular amulet. It is said that it can disaster the evil and bring good luck.
    The vending office in Tianshou Pavilion in Osaka.
    Name: Osaka Two -Cage Panel Carving (Osaka Lotus Window Carving Art)
    Introduction: "Passing Panel" is a fine carved carved craftsmanship between the top and ceiling in the traditional Japanese -style room. panel. It was originally designed for the ventilation and lighting of the room, and it is also a beautiful decoration. Among these transparent carved fine -workers, the three -dimensional pattern made by the natural texture of raw materials makes Osaka "cross -cage plates" famous for its modern urban aesthetics. Today, some long poems (fine note for calligraphy) frames and lamp racks are also used for sale as souvenirs.
    Name: "Unified World" Wine
    Introduction: It is a kind of good wine invented by enthusiasts in Osaka Castle. It is made with a rare, the most suitable "Hiro -cho" rice. After brewing, put it in the bottle immediately and store it in a cool cellar. This wine is elegant and mellow, which is most suitable for drinking at 5-15OC.
    The vending office in Tianshou Pavilion in Osaka.
    Name: Ancient monk room wine
    Introduction: At the end of Muromachi (about the middle of the 16th century to the late period), a good wine called "monk room wine" was brewed in the temples of various places. The shogunate generals especially love this "monk room wine". According to the records at the time, people carefully reproduced this kind of wine, with a mellow and sweet taste, which is especially suitable for sweet wine or appetizing wine.

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