UNIQLO TOKYO: New Global Flagship Store in Ginza, Tokyo
UNIQLO TOKYO to Open at Marronnier Gate Ginza 2 in 2020
The Japanese fashion retailer, UNIQLO is now opening a new global flagship store “UNIQLO TOKYO” in Ginza, Tokyo in June 2020! The 4-story store will be one of the largest UNIQLO stores in Japan, dedicated to the brand’s LifeWear line.
UNIQLO TOKYO, formerly known as the UNIQLO Marronnier Gate Ginza Store used to be situated on the 7th floor of the Marronnier Gate Ginza 2 building and now has been moved and expanded to 4 floors from 1st to 4th floor. It’s a part of spaces in Ginza and Yurakucho area which is currently undergoing redevelopment. With the brand-new look and a massive shopping space, the store is now going to be reborn as a global flagship store of the brand.
“LifeWear” is UNIQLO’s commitment to create perfect clothes that meet the lifestyle needs of all people. The first floor of the store features the “LifeWear Square” area that embodies UNIQLO’s LifeWear line with functional, fashionable and classic fashion items at affordable price.
The second floor has the world’s largest lineup of women’s clothes collection including UNIQLO TOKYO’s pre-sale items. The third floor is a men’s section offering a wide range of items from casual clothes to made-to-order suits. The fourth floor is a kids & baby section with a library where kids can play. On the same floor, there is an UT archive space where the history of UNIQLO T-Shirts from 2002 and popular contents from the past are exhibited.
UNIQLO TOKYO is opening on 19 June 2020 and special events and gifts are available on first 3 days of opening. If you are a fan of UNIQLO, you should definitely check out this new flagship store in Ginza as well as two other UNIQLO megastores which opened recently in Yokohama and Harajuku!
2 mins walk from Ginza Itchome Station
3 mins walk from Ginza Station
4 mins walk from Yurakucho Station
Hours: 11:00~19:00 (according to the business hours of Marronnier Gate Ginza 2)
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