Apple is all ready to open its largest and newest store in the heart of the Marunouchi business district in Japan on September 7. 

Marunouchi is the third store of Apple to open in Japan since last April as part of a multi-year retail expansion and investment in the nation. 

At Apple Marunouchi, customers will be facilitated with hands-on service with all of its available products, offered with technical advice, and unlock their creativity with Creative Pros, said the iPhone maker in a statement.

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple’s Senior Vice President of Retail and People, Deirdre O’Brien has said that “the opening of Apple Marunouchi marks a significant moment in Apple’s long relationship with Japan.”

“Marunouchi has amazing energy and our teams can’t wait to welcome customers to our largest store in Japan for the first time on Saturday,” he added. 

Around half of 130 team members at Apple Marunouchi are about to join from Apple stores across the nation. Collectively, the 130 members team can speak in 15 different languages and are ready to welcome visitors from across the globe starting from this Saturday. 

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