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Apple's first Kyoto store is inspired from the local design

Apple 's retail store in Kyoto city of Japan will open this Saturday. Since Apple 's opening, Apple has shared details with several new photos on the multi – floor store.

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About a week ago, Apple replaced the building barriers outside the Kyoto Zero Gate Shopping Complex with a complex window cover with a woven bamboo theme. Physical billboards across wallpapers, animation, Apple Music playlists, etc. and a comprehensive digital campaign celebrated the opening day of August 25.

The window graphics stayed for a short time on Shijyo-dori, quickly peeled off early in the morning and revealed the interior decoration of the first shop in Kyoto. The big and bright Apple logo on the 4th floor of the building was also revealed.

Apple says that the architecture of the building is designed to be in harmony with the environment.

The architecture of Apple Kyoto is inspired by local designs and materials. The upper layer is covered with translucent envelopes inspired by Japanese lanterns. Using lightweight crates and special paper on the upper facade also refers to traditional national houses.

The first store in Kyoto, Apple's ninth is now held in Japan, it is the 504th place in the world. Of the three stores we promised to Japan earlier this year, it is the second store of teaser images posted on the Apple retail store website. The first Apple Shinjuku opened in April and replaced the small Apple Watch store across the street. In late November 2017, Apple 's Shibuya branch is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year after renovation construction is completed.

Last Saturday, Apple moved two stores in Mall to a newly extended place to Irvine, California and Orland Park, Illinois. In autumn …

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