Nitori opens its first-ever restaurant in Japan

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

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Japanese homewares giant follows in the footsteps of Ikea…but there are no Swedish meatballs here. 

Japanese furniture and home accessories retail chain Nitori is known for its stylish, well-priced furnishings. Founded in 1967 by the current president, Akio Nitori, the chain now has over 400 stores in Japan, as well as 35 in Taiwan, 34 in China, and two in the U.S.

With the number of Nitori stores currently outnumbering Ikea stores globally (as of August 2020, Ikea has 445), the Japanese chain is a giant in the furnishings world, and it looks set to get even bigger,

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