TOKYO — Hennes & Mauritz unveiled its new flagship in Ginza on Thursday, making its much-anticipated debut in the competitive Japanese retail market.
The four-level store, which covers an area of 10,764 square feet, occupies the lower portion of a new building that houses restaurants and offices on the upper floors. H&M joins a diverse block of merchants along Chuo Street, including Zara, Salvatore Ferragamo, Lanvin and Mont Blanc. H&M feted the store Thursday evening with a party and the doors will open to the public Saturday.
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