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Success of retail complex points to economic rebound

The Japanese government has set ambitious goals for international tourism over the next few years

By Allison Schaefers

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 05, 2012

~~<p>HIBUYA, JAPAN &raquo; Ayako Kosuge and Naoko Saito lined up for more than an hour to buy bread from the world's first Le Pain de Joel Robuchon in the new Hikarie Shibuya retail and entertainment complex.</p>
<p>&quot;We made sure that we were first in line, because everything's gone by lunchtime,&quot; Saito said.</p>
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HIBUYA, JAPAN » Ayako Kosuge and Naoko Saito lined up for more than an hour to buy bread from the world's first Le Pain de Joel Robuchon in the new Hikarie Shibuya retail and entertainment complex.

"We made sure that we were first in line, because everything's gone by lunchtime," Saito said. Login for more...



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