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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

  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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