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Apple Store in Tokyo's Ginza moves to groundbreaking wood building

iPhone shop will be anchor tenant in sustainability showpiece

The Apple Store is expected to occupy over half the building's floors. (Photo by Yoshihiro Hara)

TOKYO -- The Apple Store in Tokyo's upscale Ginza district will move this month to Japan's first 12-story building made of a fire-resistant wood and steel construction.

The relocated Apple Store opens on Aug. 30 as the anchor tenant of the high-rise designed by Hulic, one of Japan's biggest real estate groups.

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