Umeda District is a shopping paradise with many big name department stores like Isetan, Daimaru, Hankyu, and Hanshin. The most interesting department store complex is the HEP or Hankyu Entertainment Park with a huge Ferris wheel on the roof top.
If you are looking for unique items and handicrafts, a recommendation is the Nakazaki-cho and Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street. You will be able to find some very interesting small boutiques, antique shops, gifts, and souvenir shops, cafes, and restaurants.
The Don Quijote Umeda Store is a fun place to shop for bargain goods, unique and rare items, toys, joke, and comic items. There is also a Korean town called Miyuki-dori in Umeda District where you can find traditional Korean clothing, cuisine, and knick-knacks from Korea.<