Japanese Shopping Thrill


(From L) HE Shigeru Nakamura, Japan Ambassador to Malaysia and Datin Cindy Lim, Deputy Chairman of Pavilion KL.

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur centre blends the best of the international retail world. It spans 1.37 million sq ft net rentable space with 450 stores over seven levels.

Located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion KL is the anchor-piece of the world-class urban development comprising two luxury residential towers, a corporate office block and a proposed boutique hotel.

It is headed by Kuala Lumpur Pavilion Sdn Bhd, a team of industry experts who are in property management, development, urban planning, retail design, leasing, marketing and center management Practice.

In late May, Pavilion introduced its latest precinct, Tokyo Street, which celebrates all things Japanese before finally launching it in July.

Situated on Level 6 of the multi-award winning mall Tokyo Street greets visitors with its giant lantern placed at the entrance. This lantern replicates the giant lantern of the Senso-ji Buddhist Temple in Asakusa in Tokyo. 

This little Japanese haven in Malaysia offers a fresh mix dedicated solely to Japan’s high fashion, gourmet cuisine and cutting edge home-ware.

Everything housed here is based on the extensive research on Japanese trends in Malaysia, which shows there’s a rising trend in Japanese food, art and culture in the country.

Tokyo Street is set to add on to the already vibrant shopping experience one gets from its other themed precincts like Center Court, Connection, Couture Pavilion, Gourmet Emporium and Seventh Heaven.

You can easily find all-things-Japanese at Tokyo Street.

Tokyo Street, a first-of-its-kind retail concept in Southeast Asia is now opened..