Hublot Opens First-Ever Boutique in Japan

Hublot has opened its flagship boutique in Japan on the posh Namiki street
in Ginza, Tokyo, the first ever store in the country and the 35th
Hublot boutique to be inaugurated thus far.

Mindful of the current rebuilding efforts being undertaken in the country,
Hublot took the occasion to donate 10,000 sets of colored pencils by Caran
d’Ache to the Kids Earth Fund in Japan,
to assist children affected by the tsunami. An auction will also be held to
raise funds for children affected by the Tohoku Earthquake, featuring a unique
King Power Red Devil. In celebration of the boutique opening, Hublot also
underscored its footballing heritage by displaying the “FIFA Winner’s Trophy
for 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil”,
the first public release of the coveted trophy in Japan.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by luminaries the likes of legendary
Sumo wrestler Mr. Sho Hakuho; Mr. Seigo Narazaki, the Japan League’s Player of
the Year; Ms. Harumi Torii, founder of non-profit organization Kids Earth Fund;
Hublot CEO Mr. Jean-Claude Biver; Hublot Managing Director Mr. Ricardo
Guadalupe; and Mr. Emmanuel Prat, President of Hublot Japan and LVMH Japan.



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