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Japanese coffee chain % Arabica is launching four locations in Indonesia, with new stores scheduled for Jakarta and Bali next month.
Retail sales in Japan dropped 2.6 per cent year on year during December, according to data released by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Japanese chocolatier Royce is shuttering its operations in South Korea, closing all nine of its locations in the territory, including five shops in Seoul by the end of next month.
The world’s first Louis Vuitton cafe and restaurant have opened inside the stunning new Louis Vuitton Maison Osaka Midosuji in Japan.
Japanese pharmacy chains Matsumotokiyoshi and Cocokara Fine are entering into a merger.
Kadokawa Corporation has launched an EJ Anime store online where people living overseas can purchase official merchandise for Japanese anime, comics, light novels and games.
Japanese manga-related retailer Toranoana has partnered with Sanrio to open a collaborative store selling Sanrio character merchandise, in Tokyo’s Akihabara district. A variety of Sanrio character merchandise, including the famous Hello Kitty, are displayed on the first floor of the store. Toranoana and Sanrio say they hope their…
Asian travel-retail sales in Hong Kong and globally are expected to be heavily impacted by the growing coronavirus crisis.
After a successful launch in Singapore, Chinese tea chain Nayuki now plans to open stores in Japan and the US this year.
As health authorities across Asia struggle to assess the severity and impact of the deadly Coronavirus, hundreds of stores have closed in Mainland China.
Burberry sales slumped by half in Hong Kong in the third quarter – but the British luxury-fashion label is lifting its full-year forecast as revenue elsewhere compensates.
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