6 reports

  • March 2017
  • KEY FACTS

Loewe Japan Company is moving forwards to redesigning its heritage brand image. On 17 July 2014, Loewe Japan Company opened its first store under the new concept “CASA LOEWE Omotesando” in the fashion district of Omotesando, Tokyo. Loewe Japan continued to celebrate its increasing presence in Japan at this store in 2015, by holding the first...

  • E-Commerce
  • Luxury Goods
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Japan

HERMÈS JAPON CO LTD IN LUXURY GOODS (JAPAN) Euromonitor International March 2017 Passport I LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES Strategic Direction........................................................................................................................ ## Key Facts.........

  • Luxury Goods
  • Channel Islands
  • Japan
  • Demand
  • Hermès Japon Co Ltd
  • LUXURY GOODS IN JAPAN - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • LUXURY GOODS IN JAPAN - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Luxury leather goods posted strong current value growth in 2017, showing a quick recovery from the slowdown in 2016. This slowdown was mainly because of the strong yen and the increase of the customs tax rate at the Chinese border, but the number of inbound tourists showed a sharp increase. Inbound tourists started to shop again in...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Japan
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN JAPAN - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Luxury cars in Japan posted strong growth over the review period, correlating with overall automotive sales. All luxury cars are imported except Lexus, which is produced by the Japanese car maker Toyota. According to the Japan Automobile Importers Association, the number of imported cars increased in 2016. Even though the overall growth...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Japan
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN JAPAN - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Luxury Goods Market in Japan Remains Strong Thanks To A Surging Number of Foreign Tourists

Luxury accessories recorded current value growth of 2% in 2015 to reach sales of ¥52.8 billion. Average unit price increased in all categories. A significant driver of this trend was the weak Japanese yen, due to which many luxury players increased the retail prices of their luxury accessories. The currency situation also resulted in the decline...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Japan
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN JAPAN - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Foreign Visitors Drive Sales Growth of Luxury Goods in Japan

Luxury travel goods registered significant growth of 14% in current value terms in 2014, to reach ¥61.0 billion. Whilst volume sales of luxury travel goods recorded growth of 3% in 2014, value sales growth of luxury travel goods was mostly as a result of unit price increases. Due to the ongoing weakening of the yen, international luxury brands...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Japan
  • Demand