The largest store in Japan will be opening Saturday, September 7 in the Tokyo district. Apple Marunouchi is located right across Tokyo Station and near the Imperial Palace.
Deirdre O’Brien, VP of People and Retail at Apple says that the store opening symbolizes the relationship the Cupertino-based company has established with the country.
Apple says that the Marunouchi store was made with a one-of-a-kind facade, with 3D rounded corners made of specially cast aluminum and vitrine windows. This allows for a merging of street life and the store’s interior.
In terms of Today at Apple, Marunouchi will feature world-class sessions beginning with Tokyo Creative Guild, a 12-part series that marks the opening of the store.
Those who are interested in the Today at Apple sessions can sign up now. Apple’s development in Japan will continue with the Fukuoka store expanding and a remodeling of Apple Omotesando.