Retailers in Tokyo began opening their doors last week, but some will continue to wait.
The Japanese beauty company withdrew its guidance for the fiscal year, but said it was too early to publish amended forecasts.
The state of emergency has led to a monthlong closure of department stores and other retailers.
The Uniqlo parent expects its yearly net profit to plummet by 38.5 percent and warns further revisions may be necessary.
Baum uses recycled wood in its packaging, 90 percent natural formulas, and tree-derived fragrances.
Japan’s beauty industry has been hard hit by coronavirus, in terms both of sales and the impact on day-to-day business operations.
Tokyo’s is the latest fashion week to fall victim to the outbreak.
A steep drop in visitors from China, as well as increasing numbers of cases of the virus, are likely to impact Japan’s overall economy.
Weaker business from Uniqlo in South Korea and Hong Kong as well as unseasonably warm weather weighed on results.
Interactive experiences and a welcoming atmosphere aim to attract more younger customers and translate more visitors to sales.
The retailer has entered into partnerships with two robotics companies in order to overhaul its warehouses.
The launch follows several others around the world over the past year, highlighting the brand’s online push.