TOKYO — Tokyo Midtown, one of the Japanese capital's many luxury multi-use developments, has undergone a renovation of a large portion of its retail section, resulting in the opening of over 30 new stores and ten redesigned ones, including fashion boutiques, cafes, and interior goods shops.
Italian accessories brand Valextra is one of the more prominent new tenants of the complex. The 1,437-square-foot unit is the label's first flagship store in Japan, occupying a choice corner unit with direct access to the street. The space was previously home to a Bottega Veneta store, which moved to a larger unit inside Roppongi Hills, a competing complex located just down the road from Midtown.
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