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H&M returns to Tokyo's Ginza with cafe and interior goods

Clothing maker shows environmental bent with recycling program, organic coffee

H&M's new Ginza location has a cafe, a first for the company's shops in Japan. (Photo courtesy of H&M)

TOKYO -- H&M opened a new shop in Tokyo's upscale Ginza district Thursday, the first in Japan to feature an interior section and a cafe as the Swedish clothing company aims for a piece of the recovering economy boosted by the return of international tourism.

It's somewhat of a homecoming for H&M Japan, which first opened its first store in Ginza in 2008, before closing permanently in 2018.

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