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Going Bigger in Tokyo: Swatch Group Is Latest In Rush for Megastores. (cover story)
Source:
WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 6/13/2007, Vol. 193 Issue 125, p1-12, 2p, 2 Color Photographs
Document Type:
Article
Subject Terms:
*RETAIL stores
*CORPORATIONS -- Growth
WRIST watches
Geographic Terms:
JAPAN
Company/Entity:
SWATCH Group Ltd. DUNS Number: : 103286126
Abstract:
This article reports on a megastore that was opened by swatch company Swatch Group in Japan. The company joined other companies that have opened in Japan including Gucci, Bulgari, and Bottega Veneta. Seven main brands--Swatch, Omega, Blancpain, Glashutte, Breguet, Jaquet Droz and Leon Hatot--have their showrooms and boutiques at the Nicholas G. Hayek Center in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan, as well as the Swatch Group Japan office and an event space for exhibitions and receptions.
Full Text Word Count:
797
ISSN:
01495380
Accession Number:
25449031
Database:
Business Source Complete
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Dateline: TOKYO
Swatch Group is the latest luxury player to place a big bet on Tokyo.
The world's largest watch firm has joined the rush of companies opening megastores in the Japanese capital, which, in the last nine months alone, has included Gucci, Bulgari and Bottega Veneta. And at a reported cost of $140 million, the store represents Swatch's largest single investment outside of Switzerland.
Seven main brands - Swatch, Omega, Blancpain, Glashutte, Breguet, Jaquet Droz and Leon Hatot - have their showrooms and boutiques inside the sprawling Nicholas G. Hayek Center in Ginza, as well as…...

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