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Nintendo Tokyo

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Founded 2019
Parent company / owner Nintendo
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Nintendo Tokyo is an upcoming shop set to be Nintendo's official store in Japan. The store will be located in the tentatively-named Shibuya Parco building, and is scheduled to open alongside the building in fall 2019.[1]

Similar to Nintendo New York in North America, the store will offer Nintendo products such as video games, systems, and merchandise, and will host events.

References[edit]

  1. Nintendo to Open Nintendo TOKYO, the First Official Nintendo Store in Japan. Nintendo (February 1, 2019). Retrieved February 7, 2019.


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