RETAIL | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Don Quijote opens first Asian outlet in Singapore

The store offers a Hokkaido-themed retail and dine-in space.

Japanese retailer Don Quijote Group opened the doors to its Don Don Donki store in Orchard Central, its first flagship outlet in Asia.

According to a press release, the store aims to position itself as a "Japanese brand specialist" by offering products either designed or made in Japan.

Don Quijote said the double-storey retail space is also the first 24-hour Japanese discount store in Singapore which will offer goods including fresh foods, processed foods, everyday household items, cosmetics and novelty goods.

In partnership with Hokkaido Marche, Don Don Donki will offer shoppers in Singapore a Hokkaido-themed retail and dine-in space that features successful tenants from the region.

"We hope this will be a refreshing retail concept that Singaporeans can look forward to and heartily enjoy,” said Pan Pacific International Holdings director Hideki Okada.

The store was opened by Don Quijote's overseas holding company Pan Pacific International Holdings.

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