A piece of Japan you can bring home: First NITORI opens in MITSUKOSHI BGC | Inquirer Business

A piece of Japan you can bring home: First NITORI opens in MITSUKOSHI BGC

/ 02:15 PM May 23, 2024

Japan’s largest furniture and home-furnishing retailer, NITORI, opened its very first shop in the Philippines at MITSUKOSHI BGC, further elevating the Japanese shopping experience in the mall. 


The first Nitori in the Philippines is located at MITSUKOSHI BGC

Best known for providing high-quality furniture and décor at competitive prices, NITORI presents a wide variety of products that “offer the unexpected” to allow people all over the world to create enjoyable and balanced living spaces. From charming living room sets to bedding with special cooling technology to sleek home décor, NITORI at MITSUKOSHI BGC offers a diverse selection of high-quality home products for everyday use. Notably, Nitori’s first flagship store occupies the entire 3rd floor of MITSUKOSHI BGC.


Nitori aims to “enrich the homes of people all over the world.”

Redefining Retail

NITORI joins the roster of beloved Japanese brands that launched their Philippine expansion by putting down roots at MITSUKOSHI BGC. 

Fashion labels Snidel and Fray I.D. debuted their “street meets formal” aesthetic at their flagship store at the ground level. Beauty enthusiasts flock to MITSUKOSHI Beauty to stock holy grail self-care products. 

The basement level is a haven for food and produce anchored by Japanese grocer MITSUKOSHI Fresh and Itadaki Food Court. Coffee and tea lovers can enjoy the diverse flavors of Japan with Key Coffee, one of Japan’s oldest roasters, or The Matcha Tokyo, a specialist in 100% organic matcha.

Fans of Japanese pop culture delight in the country’s first Gashapon Bandai official store with 300 capsule toy machines and Fully Booked x Kinokuniya bookstore known for its largest collection of Japanese manga. 

Complete Japanese Living Experience

Above MITSUKOSHI BGC rises The Seasons Residences, offering a slice of Japanese living in Manila.

Filipinos can now relish the Japanese way of life as Federal Land, Inc., together with renowned Japanese firms Nomura Real Estate Development and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, opens Haru Tower, the first tower of The Seasons Residences with units ready for turnover.

Units at The Seasons Residences feature distinct Japanese innovations and elements that elevate living experiences

Haru Tower features Japanese innovations that elevate the standards of comfort, convenience, and functionality for urban living. 

The development highlights design efficiency, from the sunken slab drainage system for easier pipe maintenance and repairs to the damping technology that can withstand earthquakes and typhoons experienced by both the Philippines and Japan, as well as the unique storage systems Japan is known for. 

Inside, each unit is carefully laid out to create a haven of rest and relaxation. This is reflected in the airy, light-filled interiors and generous living space available in the two-bedroom (60 to 108 sqm) and three-bedroom suites (116.5 to 177.5 sqm).

The promise of Japanese living delivered by The Seasons Residences becomes even more palpable with the extensive offerings one can find in MITSUKOSHI BGC, including Nitori. With a plethora of choices that allow them to upgrade and change everything, one can look forward to a distinct and redefined sense of vertical living.

Unit handover for The Seasons Residences Haru Tower is ongoing. To learn more, visit www.theseasonsresidences.ph or email [email protected] to schedule a private viewing at their showroom, located at 7th Avenue corner 34th Street, Grand Central Park, BGC.


This article is brought to you by  Federal Land Inc.

TAGS: BrandRoom, Japanese shopping, Mitsukoshi BGC, NITORI

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