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The Umeda skyline
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The area is notable for its comparatively high concentration of tall buildings, of which those in Nishi-Umeda, Dojima and Nakanoshima form a prominent skyscraper district. Four of the city's largest department stores (Hanshin, Hankyu, Daimaru, and Isetan) are located here, as well as popular shopping and tourist areas such as HEP Five, Osaka Grand Front, and Umeda Sky Building.
The district's name means "plum field".
In addition to being a major business district, Umeda offers a large selection of shopping, entertainment, and nightlife venues.
- "Osaka - SkyscraperPage.com". skyscraperpage.com.
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