Thursday, October 12, 2006

brand shops


Four luxury brand shops are amazingly on every corner of just only a intersection in Ginza, a town in Tokyo.

Louis Vuitton is the most popular shop of these shops, especially among young women in 20's or 30's. When I get on a train in Tokyo, I often see women with a Louis Vuitton bag of checkered pattern. They says it costs more than 1,000 US dollars...

By the way, there are 12 Louis Vuitton stores only in Tokyo. Speechless...

If I had 1,000 US dollars at my disposal in my college days, I would spent money to go on a trip abroad with some traveling bag, not Louis Vuitton's.


At 9:39 AM, Blogger Jing said...

I agree with you. Ao on a trip, nog a small hand bag!
And I also can understand those young women too.I am at that ages too.

At 12:32 PM, Blogger Kim said...

Wow, could have sworn I was in Paris there for a second, Macky. Great shots!

At 3:32 PM, Blogger Sally said...

Ummm, this intrigues me because there are such stores all over the world where the main customers are Japanese tourists. When I was in Hong Kong, the shopping malls were full of these shops (and empty of customers). Ditto Rodeo Drive. Ditto here in Sydney. I guess they only need to make a sale every few days?

At 4:37 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thank you for your comments!

Every time I walked on this street, Showa Ave., I think it is just 5th Ave. in NYC. But on this street is Uni-qlo shop, where they sell cloths at very reasonable prices.

At 11:40 PM, Blogger zannnie said...

me too, i rather go for a trip, i like experiential than such material possession :D


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