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Isetan

Not to be confused with Philippines-based department store Isetann.
Isetan Co., Ltd.
株式会社伊勢丹
Subsidiary
Industry Retail
Fate Currently running since 2012
Successor Isetan Mitsukoshi Ltd.
Founded 1886, Hatagomachi, Kanda (Sotokanda, Chūō), Tokyo, Japan as Iseya Tanji Gofukuten
Founder Tanji Kosuge
Headquarters 14-1 Shinjuku 3-chōme, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Parent Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. (100%)
Website isetan.co.jp (Japanese)
Isetan Shinjuku flagship store
JR Kyoto Isetan (operated by West Japan Railway Isetan)

Isetan (伊勢丹 Isetan) (TYO: 8238 unlisted on March 26, 2008, ) is a Japanese department store. Based in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Isetan has branches throughout Japan and East Asia, including Phnom Penh, Bangkok, Jinan, Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Shanghai, Singapore and Tianjin and formerly in Hong Kong, London, and Vienna.

On April 1, 2008, Isetan and Mitsukoshi were merged under a joint holding company called Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. (TYO: 3099).

Branches in Japan

Directly owned

The Isetan flagship store in Shinjuku is considered to be one of the most influential department stores in Japan. The store is often first with showcasing new trends and new products. In particular, the fashion and food floors are thought to be very trendsetting.

Behind the main store, there is a whole building dedicated to Mens Fashion ("Men's Isetan")

Subsidiaries

Closed branches

Branches outside Japan

Branches in Southeast Asia

Isetan CentralWorld Bangkok, Thailand

Branch in Taiwan

Branches in China

External links

  • ISETAN GROUP (Japanese)
    • Foreign Customer Service - English
  • Isetan Singapore
  • Isetan Malaysia
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