“New Balance” Harajuku Shop opens on NOV 5th

We went to check out the new “New Balance” shop today in Harajuku- This flag shop officially opened on November 5th.
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As part of major branding purpose, New Balance opened 6 global flag shops around the world this year. Which includes Korea, USA (Boston / San Francisco), England, Italy and Japan. This shop in Tokyo is the biggest shop among them.

 

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This New Balance shop is catered toward runners in general but of course has all the other line-ups such as for woman, kids, apparel, accessories and lifestyle goods as well.

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For this special opening in Tokyo, our well known world-wide musician, Ryuichi Sakamoto have designed limited edition for New Balance which has only 110 pcs.

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On the 4F of the New Balance building, they’ve opened a cafe called ” Nothing Better”. The shop even have shower room space for those customers who participated in running or yoga events.

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At the cafe, they serve light snacks and drinks including their signature coffee.

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Stop  by and take a look at this awesome new space!

Shop info:

New Balance Harajuku

4-32-16 Jingumae, Shibuyaku, Tokyo

11am-8pm daily

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