The designer Maiko Kurogouchi showed a more complete collection than what she presented in Paris, with about twice as many looks.
The building, designed by Peter Marino, is a narrow structure nine stories tall with only a single room per floor.
Featuring work by Björk and Peter Lindbergh, as well as high-tech robotics, the exhibit celebrates traditional craftsmanship.
The limited-edition line is inspired by the circus world.
The events coincide with the tenth anniversary of Yamagata’s brand Writtenafterwards.
The space will follow similar ones in New York, London and Delhi.
The two-million-square-foot property will include 60 shops and restaurants.