The owner of Japanese department store chains Mitsukoshi and Isetan posted a net loss of 41.8 billion yen (around $382 million) for its fiscal year
Hosaya, currently president of Fukuoka-based, Isetan-owned department store Iwataya Mitsukoshi, starts his new role on April 1. The company’s current
Amplified by a potential power shift from landlords to retailers and the need to seamlessly embed digital, companies will need to make tough choices to improve their return on investments.
TOKYO, Japan — Isetan Men's is widely regarded as one of the leading menswear stores in the world. Located in Tokyo's bustling Shinjuku district, the
LVMH, Kering and Hermès all rely on the country to drive a significant portion of global sales, but the pandemic has exposed the market's Achilles’ heel. Brands need to invest in Japanese e-commerce — and fast.