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Hanshin Department Store

Located at the intersection of Chenggong and Xintian Road in Kaohsiung City with a total area of 39,600 sq.m., the Hanshin Department Store had its grand opening in 1995. The opening of Hanshin Department Store brought prosperities to the area with well establishments of restaurants and shops.

Hanshin Department Store is situated on lower floors of the tower, which is one of the top ten skyscrapers in Taiwan with a five-star international hotel, the Grand Hi-Lai Hotel, on the higher floors. The building is comprised of 52-storeys with 45 floors above ground, and 7 underground floors. At Hanshin Department Store, visitors may find international boutique brands including Agnes. b, Aquascutum, Jill Stuart, Vivienne Westwood, etc. Other than enjoy shopping, visitors may also have a relaxing moment tasting various delicacies at the Haagen-Daz, Ootoya Japanese Restaurant, XinYue Teppanyaki, Joy Box, and many others. In addition, the Jasons Market Place features a wide array of exotic gourmets and ingredients.

Situated in the heart of Kaohsiung City, the department store is in the vicinity of notable Kaohsiung tourist spots. The nearby attractions are Kaohsiung Harbor, Love River, Urban Spotlight, Liouhe Night Market, etc. With an ideal location nearby the Kaohsiung harbor, visitors may indulge themselves with romantic ambience, and appreciate splendid night views after a joyful shopping day.

Overall, the Hanshin Department Store features an ideal location with high-end brands, refined restaurants, as well as distinctive Japanese gourmets and products. The Hanshin Department Store is where visitors can find distinctive foreign products in Kaohsiung. For more explorations of this prosperous area, visitors may stay at the Grand Hi-Lai Hotel right above the department store for more time to shop and explore the beauties of Kaohsiung City

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