By  on March 22, 2011

OSAKA — Hennes & Mauritz Japan has shuttered its temporary offices here and plans to reopen its Tokyo headquarters Wednesday, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.

The fast-fashion retailer announced Thursday that it was setting up a temporary Osaka office and offered to relocate any of its 800 employees and their families to western Japan after a 9-magnitude quake and destructive tsunami struck the northeastern part of the country. But only a limited number of those people took up the offer, and most employees returned to Tokyo on Tuesday, the spokeswoman said.

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