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Source: Nike website

World of Flight opens first Jordan-only store in Japan

The Jordan World of Flight Shibuya is also the first in Asia. 

The Jordan World of Flight Shibuya, the first Jordan-only store in Japan, will open on 25 March. 

This followed the launch of the inaugural Jordan World of Flight Milan in December 2022. 

“Following the launch of Milan, Jordan World of Flight Shibuya provides another unique expression of basketball culture. Tokyo serves as the perfect backdrop, a city that is constantly pushing the edges of innovation, fashion, music, and art,” Craig Williams, President, Jordan Brand, said.

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The Jordan World of Flight Shibuya is a 9,200-square-foot space that pays tribute to basketball culture and Jordan Brand’s identity and heritage. 

It will feature Jordan Brand footwear and apparel products across men’s, women’s, and kids. 

There will also be a variety of customizable products in The Workshop. 


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