You won’t be tilting at windmills when Japanese discount retailer Don Quijote throws opens its doors in Hong Kong this summer.
Known as Japan’s biggest cheap goods store, Don Quijote stocks all manner of lifestyle goods, from kitchenware and electronics to cosmetics, snacks and footwear. The brand has more than 150 stores across Japan, and its late-night hours (some branches are even open 24 hours!) make it a go-to destination for locals and tourists alike.
Details of the soon-to-open Hong Kong branch are still thin on the ground, but we do know that the store will be opening at Mira Place 2 in Tsim Sha Tsui this summer. As to whether it’ll be 24 hours? That remains to be seen.
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