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This Rinku Premium Outlets picture is what I captured when I visited before departing Osaka. The factory outlet is located in the Osaka prefecture and in the town of Rinku which is just before Kansai International Airport.

It is actually a massive outlet mall and is one of 30 that are found throughout Japan that caters to many top brands like Coach, Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Kate Spade and many other international brands.

Rinku Premium Outlets

Shoppers will be pleased to know that there are 150 brand names available here with discounts from 25% to 65% throughout the year here at Rinku Premium Outlets in Osaka.

Currently, travelers or foreigners who visit here can check with the information counter if there are any special promotions or offers when showing your passport.

The beauty about this factory outlet is the location of the place, which is one stop before the Osaka International Airport or KIX. To get here, you simply need to take the trains that head towards KIX.

It is also recommended that you plan your visit to the Rinku Premium Outlets with at least five hours before your flight departure.

All international flights require two hours check in, hence you can get off at Rinku Town, and explore the outlet for about one to two hours before you catch the train to the Osaka Airport.

Don't forget that at Osaka International Airport, you will still have opportunities to shop around there, so these two places are one of the best to get any last minute Japanese souvenirs.

Rinku on a clear day. Photo by Wiki Japan
Rinku Premium Outlet Address
3-28, Rinku Ourai Minami,
Izumisano-Shi, Osaka, Japan 598-8508
Telephone: 072 458 46000
Access: 6 min walk from Rinku Town Station (JR Hanwa Line, Nankai Line)
Business Hours: 10:00 AM to 20:00 PM
Closing Day: Once a year, on the third Thursday in February

Premium Outlets is an international group that manages these outlets around the world, and over in Southeast Asia, they opened the first chain which is the Johor Premium Outlets in Malaysia.

The only reason I visited this factory outlet was that I was on the inaugural AirAsia X first flight to Osaka, Japan in early December 2011.

Apart from visiting Universal Studios Japan, The Osaka Aquarium and Shinsaibashi Shopping area, I also managed to make my way to Rinku Premium Outlets before my flight back to Malaysia.


Anonymous said...

Great information regarding the business timing. The photograph of the place is looking very beautiful.

Malaysia Asia said...

Thanks very much. Rinku Premium Outlets is very nice to visit in the winter as it is very cooling.

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melvin said...

oh i see so that is why there is a station called rinku town?if i'm not mistaken.first stop from the airport.