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"🇬🇧 With a floor space of 5,000 square meters and standing 12 stories high, Uniqlo Ginza is the brand's flagship store in Japan, and also the second largest Uniqlo outlet in the world. NOTE: They have a TAX-free counter for tourists! Business hours: Monday-Sunday: 11:00-21:00 __________________________________________________________________ 🇪🇸 Con una superficie de 5.000 metros cuadrados y 12 pisos de altura, la tienda Uniqlo de Ginza es el buque insignia de la marca en Japón y el segundo establecimiento Uniqlo más grande del mundo. NOTA: ¡Tienen un mostrador libre de impuestos para turistas! Horario: De lunes a domingo: 11:00-21:00 "
"Uniqlo's flagship stop is in Ginza, and the only place (that I'm aware of) that you can get items customized with embroidery at this location. Note: at high season like around Christmas, the wait might be as long as a few days to get your personalized item back, but on slower season it can be done and picked up in a few hours. "
"COME HERE TO CUSTOMIZE your own uniqlo products! it's the most popular chain so you may have to wait up to 2 weeks for engraving (tip: try visiting other locations like asakusa?) "

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