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Second London Apple store coming, Tokyo opening set

updated 03:15 pm EDT, Mon August 1, 2005

Stores in London, Tokyo

Apple has begun --in the Shibuya district--this weekend. According to the report, the store, which is Apple's fourth in Japan, will open at 10am on Saturday morning, local time.




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  1. sylved

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Canada's Second Store ?

    Where is Toronto's second store? When will Montréal get the nod? Will Vancouver have to continue to wait and wait. And what about Ottawa, Canada's capital and Ontario's second largest city? When will they see Apple's storefront retail? It's time to expand into these cities as well. The market is there. Why the delay?

    Reference -

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_100_largest_metropolitan_areas_in_Canada

  1. ParkgatePete

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Bluewater is in Kent.

    Not Ken.

    I am sure that the Manchester AppleStore is going to severely p-off the incumbent Apple retailers. Much like they have done everywhere else in the world they have opened a store.

    Pretty soon, there'll be a Dell model of retail only, in all Apple's markets.

  1. Mediaman_12

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Apple, Crowded location

    ParkgatePete There is already 2 'good' Apple Retailers IN THAT MALL (John Lewis & Micro Anvika/Selfridges). But there isn't ANY dedicated 'consumer frendly' Apple retailer locally (Warrington & Manchester AppleCentres are far to 'business' orientated, without even Saturday opening times). I think Apple should have gone for a Manchester city centre location rather than a out of town mall though.

  1. umijin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Shibuya? Yuck!

    This is a horrible location, unless you are a young person who likes horrible crowded places that are noisy and full of shrieking teenagers. Although it's closer to my own home, I don't think I'll be going there at all, as Ginza is much more civilized. I wonder if they can sell anything other than iPods at that location.

  1. niji

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    shibuya and ginza

    umijin: shibuya is not for old people. it is electric, and young. ginza has a wonderful geriatric feel about it.

  1. bleee

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    RE: Canada's Second Stor

    Hate to break it to you buddy but Ottawa is not Ontario's largest city Toronto is. I don't think we will be getting any more Apple stores in Canada for a while the York Dale store in Toronto is a joke it's no bigger than a shoe store or star bucks.

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