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New boutiques to open at Narita International airport in Japan

RBR Staff Writer Published 11 July 2012

Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) is set to unveil a number of boutiques in terminal one and two at Narita International airport in Tokyo, Japan.

The 114m² Coach and 92m² fashion and luxury T1 boutiques were opened on 10 July, reported DFNIonline. These outlets are operated by JAL-DFS, a joint venture between Jalux and DFS Group.

JAL-DFS will also run a 114m² T1 Burberry boutique and 46m² Loewe outlet, the first of its kind in a Japanese airport. The two outlets will open later this month.

In addition, JAL-DFS operated Omega, Tumi and LeSportsac boutiques in T2 totaling 114m² in size are scheduled to open on 19 July. New perfumes and cosmetics and liquor and tobacco outlets covering 482m² will open under NAAR's Fa-So-La brand on 24 July.

NAA retail management department and passenger business division team member Chihiro Oshima told the magazine, "preparations are going well with merchandising, staff and brands being put in place and we look forward to receiving positive customer feedback from the Tumi, LeSportsac and in particular the Loewe boutiques."