By  on December 3, 2004

TOKYO — From its computerized underground parking garage up to its sumptuous Alain Ducasse restaurant on the 10th floor, the world’s largest Chanel store bows here Saturday in the burgeoning Ginza shopping district.

“We want to go beyond just being a luxury boutique. We want to offer a luxury-filled day of pleasure for our customers,” declared Richard Collasse, president of Chanel in Japan, the French fashion and beauty firm’s number-two market after Europe.

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