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APITA opens at Tai Koo, Hong Kong

APITA

Premium Japanese department store and supermarket APITA is well-known for providing high-quality service, sincere hospitality and bringing diversified and premium options for urbanites.

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APITA surprised its customers with a brand-new concept for specialty area, the Well-Being Space. It is now open in APITA Tai Koo store, providing a leisurely experience for exquisite Japanese lifestyle lovers.

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Combination of nature and geometric elements The Well-Being Space is a kaleidoscope of APITA’s finest finds from Japan. The store design is based on Japanese natural landscape and architecture. The area adopts the use of natural materials such as wood, leaves, stones while combining different colours and geometric elements, to provide a comfortable shopping experience for customers.

It allows customers to choose high-quality lifestyle products in a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere which also enhances their physical, mind and spiritual health. Apart from shopping at the Well-Being Space, customers can also participate in different workshops to enjoy their leisure time through learning experience, appreciate sustainability and get to know healthy diet, and share their creative works with family and friends to establish lohas lifestyle.

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Exclusive brand collaboration for a rich Japanese lifestyle experience APITA is also collaborating with popular online store IAMMAMA to launch the first “IAMMAMA x AKOMEYA TOKYO Pop-up Store” in Hong Kong, which will introduce an exclusive series of Japanese products from AKOMEYA TOKYO.

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AKOMEYA TOKYO is a famous Japanese brand, renowned for selecting the finest white rice from Japan with the most exacting standards, as well as creating a wide selection of soup stock, condiments, snacks and household groceries, that inherit traditional Japanese craftsmanship.

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