Osaka: Rinku Premium Outlets

Located at 3-28 Rinku Ourai Minami, Izumisano City in Osaka Prefecture. Rinku Premium Outlets is the largest outlet shopping center in Western Japan.

This two-storey outlet mall is styled like that of the American port city of Charleston. Rinku Premium Outlets has a good line up of stores of the most famous (and luxurious) Japanese and International brands. These can be found in the two areas of Rinku Premium Outlets. These stores can be found in the two areas of Rinku Premium Outlets. These areas are the Main Side, which is the known to some as the Gap side due to the famous brand being seen prominently seen from the highway. It is also the largest of the two areas. The other one is the Sea Side which is known to some as the Burberry due to the same reason as the other one.
Welcome to Rinku Premium Outlets
The mall map of Rinku Premium Outlets

For foreign tourists, make sure to bring your passport. You need it to avail the tax refund for your purchases and also to get the discount coupon that you can get in the small office in front of the GAP store. These coupons can get you as much as 20% discount on some products.
All those luxury brands in one place...

... one picturesque place that is.

It's best to visit during the weekdays

It's perfect for window shoppers too.
Have you seen your favorite brand?

There's a place where your children would surely enjoy
This place won't be complete without those capsule toy specialty stores.

What I like about Rinku Premium Outlets is its location. It is conveniently located  near Kansai International Airport (KIX). Therefore, it is a great destination for those last minute shopping moments. 
Looking for more stores


A view of Kansai Kokusai Kuko Renraku-kyo AKA Star Gate Bridge as seen from Rinku Premium Outlets

Let's have lunch at World Gourmet Junction

Trying out this meal...

I got to visit Rinku Premium Outlets twice already. First was way back in 2014 and the latest was in 2018. I was not able to fully explore this place during my first visit because I was there only to buy some winter apparel and I was pressed for time. It was only during my second visit that I got the chance to do it because we were there to accompany our friends. However, there were a lot of instances that I was tempted to buy some items that I really liked particularly those on sale. I just fought the urge to do so as my family and I will still be in Japan for 20 more days.
Here's some picture perfect spot...
Gotta love Rinku Premium Outlets

Overall, Rinku Premium Outlets is a great place to go to if you are looking for high-end brands. If you're lucky, you might get to buy your favorite item(s) at a discounted price. 

Getting there:

Rinku Premium Outlets is 6-minute walk away from the Rinku Town Station of the JR Hanwa Line and Nankai Railway Main Line.

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Comments

  1. Such a lovely place to visit and rest one's head.

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  2. The outlets looks well organised and it's features some necessary facilities. I hope you find people that will manage them properly and care for them in the best way possible. Wish you luck in finding great tenants.

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    1. Hi Gloria. I agree. Well, it's not a big surprise though. Japanese are known for their superb organizational skills.

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  3. Planning to visit Osaka and really this post help me.

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  4. Very interesting that outlet malls look similar throughout the world. Thanks for sharing a glimpse of this one.

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  5. Your photos are so bright and colorful! And the Rinku Premium Outlets mall is so nice! It seems like a great place for the whole family to enjoy a fun-filled shopping day.

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    1. Thanks so much for the positive feedback.

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  6. The place reminds me a little bit of Pier in San Francisco!

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    1. This place is patterned to an American port city. =)

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  7. I will go there next year! Thank for sharing

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  8. That looks like one good shopping place. The fact that it is not a tall building and its open makes it more special. Would love to shop here!

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  9. Seems like a good retail experience

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  10. This shopping complex looks so huge and it has really got some picture perfect sports

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  11. Wow..... A shopping heaven...... The structure reminds me of Ayala Town Center Alabang.....

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    1. Ahahaha! Oo nga ano. Except hindi ito matao.

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