TOKYO — Tommy Bahama is entering the Japanese market with two new stores, one of which includes a restaurant and bar, a first for the company outside the U.S.
“[The brand] relates to Japanese culture — this kind of quiet solitude in a place where it’s about escape,” said Rob Goldberg, the company’s senior vice president of marketing. “So, I think the foundations of the company certainly resonate with the Japanese consumer.”
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