Business | Feb 01

Tokyu department store in Tokyo's Shibuya closes after 55 years

TOKYO, Feb 01 (NHK) - The main outlet of Tokyu Department Store Company in Tokyo's Shibuya Ward closed for good on Tuesday after 55 years in business due to a redevelopment project.

The store, which opened in 1967, and the adjacent Bunkamura cultural complex, which opened in 1989, have been recognized as a center of cutting-edge culture and fashion in Shibuya.

Many customers visited the store for a closing sale on the final day. ...continue reading

Source: ANNnewsCH

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