Crysta Nagahori, Osaka is a subterranean shopping mall with 81,800 sq. meter floor space, the largest in Japan, will open in Osaka's Chuo Ward on May 21. Crysta Nagahori, Osaka was jointly developed by the Osaka municipal government and Osaka Nagahori Development Inc. "creation of a city where elements of below and above ground harmonize" was the targeted theme of Crysta Nagahori, Osaka.
During the construction of the underground shopping mall of Crysta Nagahori, Osaka , architects sought to give shoppers the feel of shopping above ground despite their below decks realities. Thus, natural elements like filtered sunlight, fluid waterfalls and glass ceilings were artistically incorporated in Crysta Nagahori, Osaka.
The other attractions available at Crysta Nagahori, Osaka are 100 restaurants and shops including a number of fashion boutiques. Many consumers favor this spot because of convenient connection to five railway and subway stations.
A total of 100 outlets -70 retailers plus 30 restaurants and others - and a 1,030-car parking lot will be housed in Crysta Nagahori, Osaka . At the same time, water from the Shinsaibashi Bridge which was restored above the ground, flows over the glass surface to create the sensation of crossing the river. On the eight squares at Crysta Nagahori, Osaka , the seven meter high Nagahori falls and a water clock, which indicates time via changes in water height, have been built.
Besides, there are direction boards written in Japanese, Korean, Chinese and English installed at Crysta Nagahori, Osaka . Directions in Braille and an audio guiding system are also added for those with weak eyesight. At main entrances and exits, audio systems provide guidance to them.
Enjoy a complete shopping experience at Crysta Nagahori, Osaka.