Louis Vuitton's Newly Designed Iridescent Store In Tokyo, Japan Is A Must-Visit When It's Safe To Travel Again

Louis Vuitton's Newly Designed Iridescent Store In Tokyo, Japan Is A Must-Visit When It's Safe To Travel Again

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ByWei Yin on 04 Apr 2021 Digital Editor

If the Louis Vuitton cafe and restaurant in Osaka is on your travel bucket list, then you must add the French luxury house's newly designed store in Tokyo to that list too!

The Louis Vuitton Ginza Namiki store spans seven floors and recently opened in Tokyo's Ginza district. The storefront is decked out in an iridescent material that is so aesthetically pleasing you wouldn't be able to resist using it as a backdrop for your #OOTD shots when you are there.

Read on to find out more!

Louis Vuitton Ginza store
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Designed by architects Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, the exterior of the store creates the illusion of reflections on water and looks absolutely ethereal when sunlight hits.

Louis Vuitton Ginza store exterior
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Louis Vuitton holographic store close up
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The outer panes curve and ripple, creating a 3D effect that is enhanced by a dichroic film that produces endless colour variations, which helps to achieve the iridescent result.

Louis Vuitton Ginza staircase with blue light
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Get ready to be greeted by a central staircase made of sculptured oak and encircled by glass upon stepping into the store. The jellyfish installation situated in the middle of the staircase reflects a calming blue light that makes the entire store look other-worldly.

Louis Vuitton Ginza store oak staircase
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Louis Vuitton Ginza store staircase
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The back staircase in the store boasts a luxurious-looking four storey tall feature wall showcasing a reinterpretation of Kimiko Fujimura's Wave Blue Line painting.

Louis Vuitton Ginza store women's section
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Go up the stairs to shop the full women's and men's ready-to-wear and leather collections, accessories, jewellery, watches, fragrances and iconic travel sets.

Louis Vuitton Le Cafe V
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Louis Vuitton Le Cafe V seating area
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Louis Vuitton's second Le Café V is also located in the Ginza store on the top floor. The sophisticated setting blends traditional and contemporary designs for an artistic yet warm ambience.

Add this newly designed Louis Vuitton store to your future Japan travel itinerary!

Address: 7-6-1 Ginza, Chou-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Opening hours: 11am - 8pm daily

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