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Located in Tokyo’s vibrant Ginza district, our store is known for its striking façade, inspired by classical architecture.

The windows are cut in the shape of arches – an ancient design feature reinvented here for the modern era. The main entrance references the mon, meaning 'gateway' in English

The textured façade consists of a corrugated steel panel that spans across the exterior of the lower part of the building. This surface adds depth to the store’s appearance, set against a more traditional white tile cladding above. 

Visit the store at:

3-4-1 Ginza, Chou-Ku
104-0061 Tokyo, Japan

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