Tsurigunobunbun jr. TENNOJIEKIMAE “A duty free store that can be easily accessed. It offers a variety of items ranging from carp rods to lures. Packaging service is also available.”

Tsurigunobunbun jr. TENNOJIEKIMAE “A duty free store that can be easily accessed. It offers a variety of items ranging from carp rods to lures. Packaging service is also available.”

Information

Address 1-1-17san Bld.abeno, Asahimachi, Abeno-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 545-0051, Japan

Detail

tbt_harukasu250Bunbun Junior Tennouji-ekimae store is located near Tennouji station and, therefore, is easily accessed.

Tennouji, a place with Abeno Harukas, the tallest building in Japan, and Abeno Q’s Mall, is known as a popular tourist spot in Osaka.

From Kansai International Airport, it only takes 30 minutes by limited express to get to Tennouji station.

You can also easily get to Tennouji from Osaka station, which the largest terminal station in the Kansai region, as it’s only about 15 minutes away by train.

Being close to Tennouji station that has several railway lines, including JR and Kinki line, the store is easily accessed from everywhere.

 

tbt_rodLocated 3 minutes by walk from Tennouji station, the Bunbun Junior Tennnouji-ekimae store offers a variety of items, including lures for bass fishing and salt-water fishing.

Besides lures, the store also sells fresh-water fishing tools and fishing bait. More interestingly, the store also sells used fishing tools that can make shopping experience even more enjoyable.

The store has a wide range of Japan-made carp rods in stock and sells bait for carps and herabunas (hera-crucians). It’s probably helpful to check “Made in Japan” marks on items and indicated information regarding international shipping when you make purchase decisions.

tbt_%e3%82%a8%e3%82%b5Special packaging service is available for purchased items to make it easier for customers to check in their baggage at the airport or to ship the package(s) internationally.

With polite, helpful shop staff who can communicate in both English and Chinese, the Bunbun Junior store is a place where foreign customers can feel free to ask questions about each item even if it’s their first time in Japan.

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