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Following the closure of Tokyo’s the POOL aoyama, Hiroshi Fujiwara has now turned his attention to a new retail concept.

Here’s your first look at “The Park-Ing GINZA,” which spans two floors of a parkade near the Sukiyabashi intersection in Tokyo. Aside from a retail buildout, the space is home to bonjour records and an eatery named CAFÉ de ROPÉ on level B3, while B4 will house rotating pop-up installations from OFF-WHITE, retaW, Nike, Oakley and DENIM by VANQUISH & fragment, to name a few.

Also, visitors to “The Park-Ing GINZA” won’t want to miss Poggy’s Box, a pop-up space helmed by United Arrows’ Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, that offers a curated selection of limited edition items like caps, T-shirts and accessories.

The Park-Ing GINZA
B3F Sony Building
5-3-1, Ginza, Chuo-Ku
Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

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