#761 Eddie Bauer is closing their stores in Japan.
↑an outlet store in Rinku Premium Outlets
Eddie Bauer Japan is closing their stores and online shopping website.
Eddie Bauer, an American apparel brand is going to withdraw from Japan by the end of this year. Nearly 60 stores nationwide will be closed. The U.S. casual fashion brand was established in Seattle in 1920. So it has quite a long history. It came to Japan in the 1990s. Although I didn’t go shopping there very much in recent years, the brand was familiar to me because I lived in Seattle.
↑At the outlet store in Rinku Premium Outlets
They are holding a clearance sale.
↑At the Aeon mall
I was pretty shocked when I heard the sad news. Then I went to an outlet store in Rinku Premium Outlets. It was holding a clearance sale with most items selling at 60% off. When I got there, there were some customers waiting for the store to open. They were around my age I think, around 40s-60s. I think the brand was loved by many fans. I saw a couple, with the husband sitting on the wheel chair. I think they are loyal fans to the brand. I bought a pair of jeans and a scarf.
The other day I went to another store in an Aeon mall. Of course it was holding a clearance sale too. I bought a nice down jacket and so on. Actually I went to the Aeon store twice.
I bought many clothes like a shopaholic and as one of the brand’s fans. Some stores have already closed but some stores are still holding clearance sales until December. You can also buy on the internet. The price is very cheap.
Here is the link : https://eddiebauer.jp/
Thanks and goodbye Eddie Bauer. It taught me about American style.
↑At the Aeon mall
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