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World's largest UNIQLO store opens in Ginza
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Mar '12
UNIQLO opens its largest flagship store worldwide, UNIQLO Ginza, on Ginza's main street Chuo Dori. Since the opening of its first global flagship store in New York City in 2006, UNIQLO has launched 8 global flagship stores in 7 major world cities over the past 5 years, while consistently raising product, store and customer service standards. The opening of a global flagship store of a scale never seen before in UNIQLO's history in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, a premier fashion and information hub.

With the opening of the largest store worldwide, the company aims to offer customers the fullest and most enriching UNIQLO experience. As a global flagship store, UNIQLO Ginza will showcase the UNIQLO brand by featuring the latest in seasonal apparel, leading edge visual merchandising, perfect store operations and superb service.

In only 5 years since the opening of the first global flagship store in the Soho district of New York City in the autumn of 2006, UNIQLO has opened successively stores in London, Paris, Shanghai, Osaka, Seoul and Taipei.

Among them, a second store opened on New York's Fifth Avenue in October 2011, thus raising the total count to 8 global flagship stores in 7 major world cities. Each new store opening was an occasion for the company to further enhance product, store and customer service standards based on the expectations and advice of our customers around the world.

Twelve floors and a total retail space of 4,959 square meters make UNIQLO Ginza the biggest UNIQLO store in the world. With its full UNIQLO line-up of apparel for women, men, children and babies, as well as UT products, the store will allow customers to experience the UNIQLO brand via the latest seasonal apparel, leading visual merchandising and superb customer service.

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