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The Remodeled Nike Harajuku Store Features A Giant Floating Sculpture

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The famous Tokyo district of Harajuku is home to one of Nike’s most popular Japanese locations, and although it’s been closed for renovations over the past few months, it just re-opened in all its updated glory. The remodeled retail outpost features the largest selection of Nike Women’s product in all of Japan, while brand-new features like an integrated Nike App experience that let you reserve product, unlock rewards, and check out instantly have also been implemented to streamline the experience. Apart from all the new gear and tech, there’s plenty of stunning design and art on display — even an enormous floating sculpture in the stairwell — as well thanks to Tokyo-based artists like Ms. Ran Tondabayashi. Check out images of the striking store right here, be sure to head over and see it for yourself if you’re in Tokyo, and for more Swoosh Brand updates be sure to check out our Sneaker Release Dates page as well.

Nike Harajuku
1 Chome-13-12 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan