This is a breakdown of some of the best salons for you all to visit in the wonderful city of Osaka. We all know that Japanese hair and beauty is massive all over the world. It’s no secret to anyone. It has ascended to popular culture all over the world and people are demanding great and authentic Japanese stylists do their hair and makeovers.
When you think of Japan you tend to think that Tokyo is the capital of fashion and beauty and in many ways, you’re right, it is the capital after all. But, there is a hidden gem in that of one of Japans most famous cities; Osaka. Osaka is one of the most beautiful cities in the world so how fitting then that it holds some of the most amazing salons for you to get beautiful hair. Here are three of the best salons for you all to try the next time you visit this amazing place.
We’re kicking off with a masterpiece. Grace Alley is everything you could ever want from a salon. It has experienced stylists but was created by one woman who has turned her small business into a beauty empire. If you click on their website below you will see just how amazing she is at creating an online presence and engaging with her audience. Not only does she do this, but she also does it all in English.
So, all you travellers, students or visitors to the city of Osaka you can get your hair done without fear of miscommunication and getting it wrong. To prove that you’re in the hands of masters here, take a look at the images below and see for yourself. The price, as well, is reasonable to say the least. Prices start from 4,000 Yen for a regular cut then you can get anything you want added to it like colour or eyebrow shaping. Check this place out.
Name: Grace Alley
Address: #201, 1-12-11, Nakatsu, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 531-0071, Japan
Business hour: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Phone number: +816-6136-3916
Ally’s Hair is one giant place. It has the full works. Anyone from anywhere in the world can make a booking online and go to this salon and get their hair done the next time they’re in Osaka. This place is, really, quite fancy and does an excellent job at giving you that authentic Japanese salon feel that many travellers or vacationers would want. This place has a massive number of stylists open for bookings and is one of the biggest and best at male hair styling. This is an important thing now that beauty and fashion is as much a mans game as a women’s game both in Japan and around the world. Prices start from 5,500 Yen for a basic cut and the possibilities for add-ons are almost endless.
Name: Allys Hair
Address: Shinsaibashi OPA 10F, 1-4-3, Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, Japan
Business hour: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Phone number: +81 6-6244-0339
3.CRAIVE New York
CRAIVE New York is a young hip salon very much focused on the young adult base and are heavily influenced by western fashion as you could probably tell by their name. They are a wonderful amalgamation of East meets West fashion and beauty culture. They have an extensive knowledge of up to date trends in the beauty and fashion world. You’re more likely to see university students and young adults at this place but don’t let that fool you because these guys are pros at their work. They have English speaking stylists and will certainly make your day when you visit. Prices start from 5,000 Yen.
Name: CAIVE New York
Address: 4 Chome-4-8 Minamisenba, Chuo, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 542-0081, Japan
Business hour: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Phone number: +81 6-6241-0323
So, there you have it. Three of the best and most world friendly salons in the amazing city of Osaka. Whether you’re a young student and want the latest trend, a model who needs a new hair cut for a shoot or simply passing through and fancy a fresh style, rest assured you will be covered here. All three of these salons are English speaking and are active on social media so don’t hesitate to get in touch with them and don’t be afraid of making a mistake because they wouldn’t be this popular if they made many mistakes. Make sure to tell us what you thought about these salons and if you have visited them or plan to visit them in the future.
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