|Above, Ginza Six (center, background) under construction in 2014. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The newest shopping complex in Tokyo's Ginza district has been unveiled to the media.
According to Nikkei Asian Review:
TOKYO -- The new Ginza Six commercial complex was unveiled to the media here Friday, featuring luxury outlets like Christian Dior and Fendi as well as a massive atrium and wide hallways designed to help shoppers relax.
The center will open to the public Thursday. Built on the site of the former Matsuzakaya Ginza department store, the complex has six floors underground and 13 above ground. J. Front Retailing, Mori Building, Sumitomo Corp. and a real estate company partly owned by France's LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton will be involved in its operation. The majority of brands with a presence there consider it to be their flagship location in Japan.
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