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Two new boutiques of Tiffany in Japan
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Jan '08
Tiffany & Co announced plans to open a boutique in Tokyo's Matsuzakaya Ginza department store, and a boutique in Fukuoka's Hakata Daimaru department store on March 1, 2008.

The approximately 5,000-square-foot Matsuzakaya Ginza boutique is designed on two levels and is within the Matsuzakaya Ginza department store, located at 6-10-1 Ginza Chuo-ku, in Tokyo's center of high fashion and luxury retail.

The approximately 1,700-square-foot Fukuoka boutique is ideally situated in the Daimaru department store at 1-4-1 Tenjin Chuo-ku, a mainstay of luxury shopping in the city's downtown business district.

Michael Christ, president of Tiffany & Co. Japan Inc., said, "We are pleased to join Tokyo's Matsuzakaya Ginza store and the Daimaru store in Fukuoka.

Both locations offer greater convenience to our established clientele, and give us the opportunity to expand our presence with the superb collections and outstanding service that make shopping at Tiffany a unique experience."

The new boutiques will offer renowned TIFFANY & CO. collections, including the jeweler's celebrated diamonds in engagement rings and jewels of ultimate glamour; sterling silver, fine and men's jewelry; the signature designs of Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, Jean Schlumberger and Frank Gehry; watches; gifts and accessories.

Both boutiques are designed with private selling salons, Makore wood paneling and stainless steel showcases, with custom furnishings and carpeting in beige and grey for the Matsuzakaya Ginza boutique and an elegant plum palette for the Daimaru boutique.

The two boutiques bring the total number of Tiffany's Japan locations to fifty-six.

Tiffany & Co


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